Bog oak — silver ring with white gold and diamonds, coated with oxidation
John Muir said ‘the smoothest way to the universe is through the forest thickets.’ Trees are the poems that the earth writes in heaven. They are steady and reliable, full of the wisdom of the centuries and tales of legend.
Dynasties, generations, and epoch-defining events may come and go, but the trees stand just as firmly in their places, resting their roots in the bowels of the earth, in its depth and essence. They are the children of earth, air and sky. They are an element of the universe and the language of nature, through which she speaks to us. In Japanese culture, it is said that each person should plant at least one tree during their life.
Man inherits important qualities of character from trees — courage, physical strength, inner resilience and a deep mind.
Wearing a ring with the image or texture of wood is said to be good for one’s spiritual development. The ring is stylish; it will complement any look and emphasize the important qualities of one’s appearance as well as their inner world. It is made of oxidized silver and white gold. The original texture, which is similar to the bark of a tree, makes this piece especially and enchantingly unique.