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The UN-Diamond CORK Ring UNCORKED In Test Tube

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Why wear a diamond ring when you can wear a beautiful, sustainable cork ring? Mine are big, bigger and biggest; for those who love cork, those who really love cork, and those who want to live happily ever after with cork!!

These are adjustable brass rings with soldered 20mm settings. They have been plated in sterling silver plate. The hammered metal ring base measures about 10mm wide.

The cork is topped off with industrial hardware and available in 3 sizes. The two largest come in their very own science grade test tube and the smallest in an adorable metal tin perfect for storage or gift giving!

I will email you after purchase for the size ring you would like- this purchase is for one ring in your choice of size.

Stop by my brand new shop celebrating the amazing magnet:
I will gladly combine shipping between my 2 shops!

Cork is the bark of the cork oak tree. My cork is grown in managed forests in Portugal and Spain where the bark is carefully harvested, once every nine years, in a centuries-old tradition with hand tools and without fertilizers or pesticides; a process that ensures the forests will remain undamaged!

Most have heard of the controvery of conflict diamonds also known as blood diamonds, but they are not the only controvery darkening the diamond trade: human and animal rights issues run rampant in India as well as certain countries in Africa. In some African countries, miners use children to dig in tight, underground spaces where men and woman can't fit, even though child labor is illegal. The mining towns in these African countries also have steadily increasing murder and HIV infection rates as a result of trespassing and sex trade. In India, where 92 percent of the world's smaller diamonds are cut, children are given the smallest stones to work with because their eyes and fingers are better suited for seeing and shaping tiny facets [source: MSN]. Severe eyestrain, repetitive motion injuries and lung infections from inhaling diamond dust are just a few conditions that affect these workers. Animal-rights activists have just as much at stake in diamond industry regulation as human-rights organizations. According to the Animal Welfare Institute, African primate populations are dwindling -- in 15 to 20 years, apes will become extinct. The chimpanzee population has declined to only 150,000, and with 600 gorillas being poached yearly, they're facing extinction as well.

I lost my diamond ring a few years ago, in a famous (to me) Jersey shore restaurant parking lot incident. It was an expensive (to me) and uninsured one. I decided not to replace it.
Olive Ivins
Cat Ivins

The UN-Diamond CORK Ring UNCORKED In Test Tube


  • Materials: metal, cork, glass, industrialhardware
  • Ships worldwide from New Jersey, United States
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