Exquisite Architectural Rings
You can see the Eiffel Tower curving down at the bottom of the ring. This is architectural jewellery by Philippe Tournaire.
Notes about the origins of “architecture rings”: (Translated from “L’origine des bagues Architecture“):
The first architecture rings were discovered during the Merovingian era (6th Century AD). These rings have mostly been found in Gaul, buried in the tombs, belonging to aristocract women from the Merovingian age. The rings were called “Rings of Faith.” In the 16th and 17th century, they found Jewish alliance rings dating from the Middle Ages, adorned with a small building that symbolizes both the new couple’s house and the temple of Jerusalem destroyed.
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