Making sure this time it falls into his hands and doesn't slip through.
It all began when a 19th century sentimental pansy ring slipping through a client's fingers at a Bonhams auction.
The name of the "pansy" flower is derived from the French word "pansee" meaning "thought" becoming a symbol of remembrance. When the pansy and the words "A Moi" are married together they read "pensez a moi" or "Think of me". Thus the ring is a love token encouraging the wearer to think of her beloved.
The delicate work of bringing this ring to the 21st century began with a touch of meaning and a lot of love. The union of two embracing one another in their lives was symbolized by the eternity twist pattern around the ring. When making a custom ring we think it calls for a custom font which gives it a personal touch. The A was that personal touch. The vitreous enamel was applied to have an umbre feel to the petals.