Infinity Midi Ring (rose)

$50.00
About Details Inspiration

We can't claim that we INVENTED the midi ring (also known as the "first knuckle ring"), but we're huge fans of the trend.  It seemed natural to make a more delicate version of our super-popular Infinity Ring - wear it between the top two joints of your finger.  Although it seems like it won't work, it does in fact stay put throughout all your daily activities. 

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  • Made by hand in our Brooklyn studio.  
  • Materials: rose gold fill or 14k rose gold.  
  • Sizing: Available in whole and half ring sizes 2-3.5.

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In Western jewelry, the infinity-symbol-shaped knot has symbolized endless love and constancy as far back as 500AD, when it was employed in Celtic rings.  The sentimental Victorians loved the knot as an emblem for undying affection: it loops around itself in an eternal twist, forever and ever, never beginning and never ending.  In a time when lovers were often parted for long periods, it could be a comforting metaphor for intimacy despite being apart.  Think about what would happen if you pulled both ends: the further the distance, the tighter the knot.

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About Details Inspiration

We can't claim that we INVENTED the midi ring (also known as the "first knuckle ring"), but we're huge fans of the trend.  It seemed natural to make a more delicate version of our super-popular Infinity Ring - wear it between the top two joints of your finger.  Although it seems like it won't work, it does in fact stay put throughout all your daily activities. 

less
more

  • Made by hand in our Brooklyn studio.  
  • Materials: rose gold fill or 14k rose gold.  
  • Sizing: Available in whole and half ring sizes 2-3.5.

less
more

In Western jewelry, the infinity-symbol-shaped knot has symbolized endless love and constancy as far back as 500AD, when it was employed in Celtic rings.  The sentimental Victorians loved the knot as an emblem for undying affection: it loops around itself in an eternal twist, forever and ever, never beginning and never ending.  In a time when lovers were often parted for long periods, it could be a comforting metaphor for intimacy despite being apart.  Think about what would happen if you pulled both ends: the further the distance, the tighter the knot.

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more