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Wide ring with an elephant motif

Handcrafted by the Karen people who live in the mountains of Southeast Asia.

For the Karen tribe, elephants have long been a familiar part of their lives.

They are the only ethnic group that can tame elephants, and are feared by the surrounding ethnic groups for using black magic.

In ancient Thailand, the king rode an elephant during battle, and the white elephant was the incarnation of Buddha.

It is widely believed that elephants have a deep relationship with humans.

A silver ring where you can feel the rustic warmth of handwork and the color and texture of high-purity products.

An amulet ring with a powerful elephant.


Silver (more than 95% purity)


Surface ・・・ 25 mm

Inside: Approx. 4 mm * Front and back depending on size adjustment

Size ... ~ No. 9 ~ [Free size]


Regular price $53.00
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About size notation

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About silver material

We use silver materials handcrafted by the Karen Tribe, a hill tribe in Southeast Asia.

It is a material with a purity of 95% or more and is unlikely to cause metal allergies.

The handmade warmth and fine workmanship, as well as the various ethnic patterns applied as amulets are attractive.

*Other metals may be used, please check the product page and materials.

About braided cords and core cords

We use a material called "low-biki string" purchased from Southeast Asia.

It has been used locally for a long time as a base for accessories, and is also a durable cord used for leatherwork.

The unique suppleness of cords creates an elegant and natural impression.
It is an accessory that can be worn on a daily basis and is resistant to water and sweat.

About custom orders

Please feel free to contact us if you have any requests regarding the product.

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