Kyma Ring - Gold-Plated Silver
Introducing the 'Kyma' Ring - a stunning minimalist silver ring with an irregular shape inspired by the undulating waves of the sea. Named after Kyma, the Greek god of waves, this beautiful piece of jewelry represents the power and beauty of the ocean.
The 'Kyma' Ring is not just a ring, but a symbol of love and beauty. It represents the journey of Aphrodite, the goddess of love, who was carried to shore by the West wind, Zephyrus. The ring's unique abstract design captures the essence of the ocean's imperfections, making it a truly one-of-a-kind piece.
Designed by Despina Manousaki in our Berlin studio, this ring is made with the utmost care and attention to detail. Crafted in a family-owned workshop in Cyprus by George and Panagiotis, the 'Kyma' Ring is a testament to the beauty of handcrafted jewelry.
This gold-plated or silver ring is perfect for anyone who loves minimalist jewelry with a touch of elegance. You can wear it as a single band or stack two or three rings together, combining gold and silver for a stunning effect. You can also wear it as a pendant by stringing it onto one of our chains.
Whether you're looking for a special piece of jewelry to wear every day or for a special occasion, the 'Kyma' Ring is sure to impress. It's a beautiful symbol of the power and beauty of the ocean, and a tribute to Kyma, the Greek god of waves.
Need help finding out your Ring size? Have a look at our helpful Instagram story.
Handmade in Cyprus
Material: 925 sterling silver, gold plated
Colour: yellow gold
SISTER jewellery is made of 24k Gold-plated 925 Sterling Silver. Gold plating naturally wears off over time, revealing the silver beneath. Avoid contact with fragrances, lotions, rough surfaces and cleaning agents, especially chlorine as it can permanently damage or discolour your jewellery. Make sure your skin is dry before putting on your jewellery. Always remove your gold plated jewellery in the shower, when swimming or exercising and store it in a dry and air-tight place. Clean it gently with a soft cloth only and avoid rubbing. Unlike mass produced jewellery,handmade pieces will almost always have imperfections and each piece will never be identical to another. This uniqueness is part of the beauty of handmade jewellery.