Pearl Trundle Lock Ring on a Mixed Up Half & Half Chain
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OUR TEAM WILL BE IN TOUCH SHORTLY.
ABOUT THE RING: When we first thought of turning a pearl into a Trundle Lock ring, we didn’t think it could happen because it would be impossible to fit the mechanism inside the pearl. But then we realized that if we can cut a pearl in half for our pearl earring Lozenge, then we can put a hole in it and make it into a ring. So we did. Trundle is a 16th century word that means a small wheel or roller, and like all of the Trundle Lock rings, this one opens, allowing it to be worn as Lock, charm holder, or even something we've not thought of because you’ll have ideas….The Trundle Lock ring design is exceptionally comfortable to wear because the sides of the ring are flat, like one's actual finger.
A single Akoya Pearl available in a base of 18k Yellow Gold, 18k White Gold, 18k Rose Gold.
Dimension: Akoya pearl is 9.5mm. Thickness: 2.8mm.
ABOUT THE CHAIN: Sometimes new things come when we least expect it which is the case of the Mixed Up Half and Half chain. Recently in a meeting, someone had the idea to combine two unrelated chains into one chain. We were intrigued. So we made it. We loved it and named it the Mixed Up Half & Half chain, because that’s exactly what it is–half gold Rolo and half Not So Heavy Curb that somehow work beautifully together. . You will have a lot of fun with this one…
We combined two of our most beloved chains. It sounds simple, but of course, making it “really work,” never is. This chain is ½ Sterling Silver Not So Heavy Curb & ½ 14K Gold Rolo Chain