The Locking Poison Ring is Strikingly Ornate

By: Meghan Young - Published: Oct 10, 2012 • References: etsy & neatorama
The Locking Poison Ring may look like it dates back to the medieval times, but it was in reality crafted in the 21st century. Strikingly ornate, this piece of jewelry will work to complete certain outfits rather than fulfill any dark activities such as hurting oneself or another. Despite the murderous tone of the Locking Poison Ring's name, it would make an innocent addition to accessory collections.

Created by William Llewellyn Griffiths of Metal Couture Jewelry, which is based in Melbourne, Australia, the Locking Poison Ring is made out of nine carat yellow gold and topped with a large topaz. Completely covered in decorative engravings, it could easily be used as decor rather than jewelry. The Locking Poison Ring comes with a beautiful antique key on a chain that unlocks it. Stats for Medieval Murderous Jewelry Trending: Older & Buzzing
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