Dead Sea RingDead Sea
Why the Dead Sea ring chose you?
Dead Sea individuals appreciate architecture, formulas and structure. They rate honesty, clarity and work ethic highly. For women who possess a cool confident persuasion with an eye for detail. Born to lead and raised to respect.
Their style is usually contemporary, tailored with staple colour tones. Casual sophistication would come closest.
Inspiration: The urban architecture of lower Manhattan against a brilliant blue sky and deep blue sea.
Clean and sharp: the styling, the appearance and the effect. Blue runs deep in this contemporary bold design and like its owner, shows all indications of a cool confident persuasion. The interior blue stone delivers exactly what the sterling silver exterior promises, refinement and style.
Description: Sea-blue, multi-faceted synthetic spinel stone. High polished solid band with slim-cut symmetrical vents.
Precious Metal: 925 Sterling Silver.
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 Dead Sea 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.