Resurrectionist ring in oxidized sterling silver
A skull with outstretched wings, popular among 17th century Puritan stonecarvers, adorns a wide, flat band.
This is a more rugged, hefty version of the Taphophile ring, named after the 19th century body snatchers who sold fresh corpses to physicians for dissection and study.
Skull measures 1/4" wide by 5/16" high.
Band measures approximately 3/8" wide.
I make each piece to order, so please allow 2-3 weeks for shipment.
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