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Copper finger ring in circular design from Dastkhat gallery

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Copper finger ring from Dashkhat gallery Handmade The diameter of the ring: 2 cm With an adjustable ring Inspired by the inscriptions of ancient Persia

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    Toreutics is a term for artistic metalworking by hammering gold, copper or silver (or other materials esp.ornaments and jewelries), engraving, and chasing to form minute detailed reliefs or small engraved patterns. Toreutics can include metal-engraving – forward-pressure linear metal removal with a burin, or nowadays through machine working or machine pressing. Copper finger ring in circular design code 119040 is a work from Dastkhat which is designed in a square-shaped model with a plan of a cross (rood) in its center. It also has a copper rig that is adjustable for different sizes. The design of this artistic work reminds the viewer to see an inscription from ancient times. As they say, copper is a metal which takes away negative energies and remits the positive ones. This copper ring is designed in a way that to be suitable both for ladies and gentlemen.This copper ring is considered to be an everlasting product, but to maintain its lasting beauty, it's best to keep it in a wooden or paper box. You are also advised to polish it in order to to redefine the copper.

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    Short DescriptionCopper finger ring from Dashkhat gallery Handmade The diameter of the ring: 2 cm With an adjustable ring Inspired by the inscriptions of ancient Persia
    Length2
    Width2
    Height2
    Stone MaterialNONE

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