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These Objeti Mining Rings Reference the Landscape from Which They Came

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: objeti & notcot.org
When most people gaze at an expensive accessory, they likely seldom think of the rough earthy beginnings of the shiny forged material. These Objeti Mining Rings actually encourage this mental segue. Elegantly sculpted to reference strategically excavated topography, these precious bands specifically represent Australia's Fimiston Open Pit gold mine.

Made in Cleveland, Ohio, the chic finger bands take the flat but smoothed shape of thick euro style rings around most of their circumference. The feature of each is a small irregular hole, gradually opening up to thickening contours by an ascension of miniature strips. It isn't clear whether or not the gold came from the Super Pit in the first place, but these Objeti Mining Rings will always remind their wearers to consider the origins of their possessions. Stats for Quirky Quarry Jewelry Trending: Older & Average
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