"As long as you keep a person down, some part of you has to be down there to hold him down, so it means you cannot soar as you otherwise might." - Marian Anderson, the first African American woman to perform with the Metropolitan Opera breaking racial barriers for performers
sterling silver (stamped)
grey and red jasper
vintage Native American
currently a size 5
Native American jewelry is an ode to the stone and this ring is no exception. The wondrous slate grey is interrupted by flashes of earthly red, reminiscent of the last burning embers in the ashes. We love how the jasper is framed by rope like textured silver with triple split shoulders. This ring is a wardrobe staple. The wear with your ripped up tee and jeans accessory (a look we support the most).
You can learn more about why we named this ring after Marian Anderson here.