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Minimal, modern ring with extra special meaning. A true heirloom, meant to be worn everyday (and pass on someday). The SIGIL ring memorializes a date that is ultra special to you with line engravings distributed around the ring. 

SIGIL is defined as 'an inscribed symbol considered to have magical power and meaning'. 

The SIGIL ring would be an excellent wearable reminder for a birth, anniversary, birthday, wedding, milestone, etc. Perfect as a wedding ring, add to your existing stack, or wear alone. 

  • SIGIL ring is hand carved ring especially for you.
  • Two width options:
    • Subtle SIGIL ring measures 2mm wide, 1.5mm height, and features a gentle comfort fit.
    • Statement SIGIL ring measures 3.2mm wide, 1.6mm height, and features a gentle comfort fit.
  • This SIGIL ring does not include stones.
    • Available in 14k yellow gold and 14k rose gold. 
    • Interior engraving included. 

    Sample shows the following date: 9-29-12 in the Statement SIGIL ring style. 

    Your order is made especially for you and therefore final sale. Please allow 4 weeks for shipment. 

    Contact for information regarding placing a special order or stone options, 14k white gold, 18k gold, and palladium/platinum options.

    Note: SIGIL rings cannot be resized. You might consider ordering 1/2 size up from your current size to allow for fluctuation in the future. 

    From Jen: The tenet collection, which includes the SIGIL ring and the MORSE ring, is very close to my heart. Inspired by my grandmother's wedding ring (which is one of my most treasured heirlooms), I designed the SIGIL ring to commemorate a special date and the MORSE ring to commemorate a special word. I am so thrilled to begin offering them as special heirlooms made especially for you. I wear mine every single day and think often how sweet it is to wear my rings with love every day and infuse that loving energy into them. And that some day I'll get to pass them onto someone I love dearly. Feels like the ultimate gift to me.

    Looking to commemorate a word? Check out the MORSE ring