Seductive and charming... you can add a little magic into your life with this Mermaid ring. Let her song mesmerized you like the sailors of old, this is not the call of a Siren. This statement ring is a reminder that it is ok to let your heart and passions overrule the analytical mind. An everyday piece that speaks to the truth of your heart.
History: Mermaid mythology is rooted in Greek mythology and the lore of Undines. Mermaids represent wild freedom, rebellious spirits and ferocious independence. They are often depicted holding fishbone combs, this is an ancient nautical symbol of power over nature as sailors believed fish bones could divine or control storms at sea. They are also shown holding mirrors which is a symbol of the moon which speaks of a reflective nature.
Please Note: The patina on each pendant may vary as each one is painted and aged by hand. Solid Gold pieces are made to order.
♻️ Recycled Silver + Gold - We work with recycled silver and gold to reduce our environmental impact, and conduct due diligence to ensure that the silver and gold is certified recycled content from scrap or post-consumer sources.
✨ Gold - Our sterling silver, 10K and 14k solid gold pieces are made to last forever. 10K and 14k gold will not oxidize or discolor, so you can wear your jewelry every day, everywhere.
💎 Diamonds + Stones - Our diamonds and stones are responsibly sourced from suppliers who follow conflict-free and socially responsible practices.
The Pirate + The Gypsy is a Canadian-based sustainable bespoke jewelry studio and private boutique located in New Westminster, BC. We create heirloom pieces using ecologically conscious materials and practices. All collections are crafted with high-quality hypoallergenic recycled metals. We want to do good for the planet. For every piece of jewelry purchased ONE Tree is planted through our partnership with ONE Tree Planted.
The Pirate + The Gypsy was founded by Paula + Joel Godden in 2015. Paula celebrates her Greek, Polish and Romani history and embraces the word gypsy as a way to reclaim the beauty behind the culture and spirit of the Romani people.