Why the Blacksmith ring chose you?
The Blacksmith's style is uncompromising, unapologetic, individual and usually ahead of its time. For women with raw talent, prepared to put in hours and hours of preparation to make the finished piece perfect. The Blacksmith wearer is creative, practical and precise.
Whether in the arts, a musician or an author, they use their hands to create what their mind is directing - a talent that few of us possess. Its purity and clarity is something that cannot be replicated. It is as unique as it’s creator.
Portrait of A Cardinal by Raphael which hangs in Del Prado, Madrid. Style comes in many forms and has the capacity to cross all genres.
Pay homage to the expertise of goldsmiths of the past who provided some of the most inspirational ring designs which transcend all eras and tastes. Whether ecclesiastical or not, these masterpieces should be recognised and admired for both their creativity and craftsmanship.
Description: Full, solid wide band with three graduated crosses. High polished finish with creased concave top.
Precious Metal: 925 Sterling Silver & 14ct Yellow Solid Gold.
Authentication: Hallmarked and authenticated by the Assay Office, Dublin Castle.
Oscar Graves has never followed the crowd, why should you? Rings are to be worn when you like and where you like. So, whether it’s your index finger or your thumb, one of our 3 sizes below will accommodate your final decision.
All Oscar Graves rings are available in 3 sizes. Once you've placed your order a member of our team will be in touch to help you fit the perfect OG7:
Small: Our small ring size is equivalent to a size L (L for Lima) which has a 51.2mm circumference & a 16.3mm diameter
Medium: Our medium ring size is equivalent to a size N (N for November) which has a 53.8mm circumference & a 17.1mm diameter
Large: Our large ring size is equivalent to a size P (P for Papa) which has a 56.3mm circumference & a 17.9mm diameter
Packaging: Your Oscar Graves piece will be shipped in our bespoke luxury gift boxes
7 Rings | 7 Personalities | 7 Distinct Designs - YOU don't choose the ring, IT chooses you.
This was the starting point of the Oscar Graves Collection by founder, Pearse Curran.
The Blacksmith is one of the Oscar7 Originals.
The number 7 was a definitive but symbolic choice. It was the number on the door of Pearse’s late grandmother’s house in the heart of The Liberties, Dublin City. A home she occupied for close to 100 years. It was also chosen as a reminder that one person can take 7 directions in life: up, down, left, right, back, forward and most importantly, inward.