Being lost is not a condition, but an ephemeral state, temporary. The sun had set hours before, and we wandered through town on a string of halogen streetlights, each one giving us a small hoop of comfort, of familiarity. Like a strobe laid out along a spatial dimension, each spot allowed us to assess where we were, piece by piece, and assemble the puzzle to see the implied image of our town and find our way home. With a ring this bright, you’re never without that little taste of home, never without a means to light your way.
Our most straightforward ring, the simple Damascus steel ring is for the man who doesn’t need extra frills in his life. He likes his meat and potatoes, literally and otherwise, and needs a ring strong enough to handle the rigors of his daily life. Damascus steel, blackened and acid etched to bring out the wood-like grain, is an ancient formula lost to time, once used to make the finest and strongest swords and daggers in the medieval Levant. We’ve adapted it into a muscular ring well prepared to attack the challenges in your life at your side.
A thick, powerful band of Damascus Steel, some of the most beautiful and durable steel known to metallurgy. It’s the ring for a man who doesn’t need to display his masculinity through fast cars or big tires, but who makes it apparent by his poise, his suaveness. And like his personality, this ring alludes to its true nature: A heart of gold, visible only in a sliver to the outside, for to find the mother lode that makes up his soul, you must look past the steel and search inside.
The black diamond. It’s a symbol of expertise, a symbol of danger. It’s something that shouldn’t be, yet is, a contrast of what’s possible and what exists. If the diamond is emblematic of purity and brilliance, the black diamond is emblematic of depth. Where looking into a colorless diamond reflects your view around the room and projects itself outwards, the black diamond draws you in. Stare into it, let it take you. Float downwards into its inky depths, and see what you find. It’ll be an adventure for which, if you return, you’ll return a better self.