Last chance to order for Xmas will be Friday16th for custom items and Monday 19th for in-stock items.
Elegant little fine silver leaves imprinted with a fragment of rune scripture. They dangle freely from 1 mm thick hoops with bud ends. They could have been made in medieval times.
The text is from Morte D'Arthur - a section describing Arthur and Guenevere's wedding feast. I have translated it to runes and mad a texture from it to imprint my silver with.
The story of Merlin and Arthur is one of my favourites and I think the runes fit it really well.
The rings are sleeper hoops with no catches, which make them incredibly comfortable to wear. They can be slightly more fiddly to put on, but once on are very secure. I sleep in mine with no problems at all.
The 1 mm thick wire can be too much for some piercings, so if you'd rather have a thinner gage or traditional French hooks (seen in the last picture), please let me know in the note to seller on check out and I will replace them.
The hoops are also available alone in the 'sterling essentials' section of my shop:
and I have used the rune motif in a ring design as well:
. 11 mm hoops - 1 mm thick sterling wire
. 12 mm fine silver leaves - 1 mm thick
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Sycamoon Jewellery within 3 days of receiving payment.
|Shipping destination||Cost||Additional items|
Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Germany, France, Spain, Finland, Belgium, Portugal, Poland, Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, Netherlands, Austria, Latvia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia
|USA and Canada||£4.25||£0.50|
|Rest of the World||£5.00||£0.50|
You have 14 days, from receipt, to notify the seller if you wish to cancel your order or exchange an item.
Unless faulty, the following types of items are non-refundable: items that are personalised, bespoke or made-to-order to your specific requirements; items which deteriorate quickly (e.g. food), personal items sold with a hygiene seal (cosmetics, underwear) in instances where the seal is broken.