A gimmel ring, is a ring with two hoops or links that fit together to form one complete ring. The name gimmal comes from Latin gemellus, twin, via Old French. They were known as joint rings in Elizabethan England.
In the 16th and 17th centuries, such rings were fashionable in England, Germany, and other countries, and were often used as betrothal rings. The engaged couple would wear one hoop each and rejoin them to use as a wedding ring. [Oxford English Dictionary]
Crafted by Chris Bürger (B L I N G)
Made in Constance, Germany
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Your hand looks great even without this ring. But with this piece of art you make it possible for Fufu Culture e.V. to continue its work.
B L I N G is the heart project of Sarah and Chris in the old town of Constance. Their training as goldsmiths took place in a very classical way and founded in small artisan workshops. The subsequent master they made two years at the Zeichenakademie in Hanau. They got to know each other as work colleagues in an old-established goldsmith's shop in Constance. In order to realize their own vision, they decided to start their own business together under the name B L I N G.
Their precious silver is sourced from the Burger Edelmetalle refinery in Germany. This guarantees to deliver only precious metals, which come from 100% recycled materials.