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Adorn your knuckles with a tiny Tsunami by sporting this thoughtfully designed, hand finished Wave Ring.

The Wave Ring is a unique yet functional piece of jewellery but also a micro diorama that pays homage to the iconic image ‘the great wave off kanagawa‘ by the japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai.

The Ring is constructed from Three layers of high quality 4mm Acrylic that have been permanently bonded together using a very strong adhesive. Each layer of the wave has been accurately cut and has a smooth durable finish in three contrasting colours that emulate Hokusai’s original design.

Materials used:
Very strong high specification Acrylic.

Sizes:
The internal ring diameter is 18mm.

All items will be sent via Royal Mails ‘signed for’ Tracked delivery service and all orders will be processed with the utmost efficiency and in most cases posted the very next working day.

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Wave Ring

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: High Specification Acrylic
  • Ships worldwide from Bath, United Kingdom
  • Feedback: 249 reviews
  • Favorited by: 2492 people