Band of Skulls

Band of Skulls

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Our Eternity Band of Skull ring is  a classic everyday, anywhere ring, its the perfect combination of style and simplicity. Not to mention a must have for Skull lovers!

Meaning:  The Skull is a symbol of the progression of life and the concept of emptiness. Life and death are part of the cosmic circle, a journey each one having a beginning and an end. The concept of emptiness means that phenomena we experience has no inherent nature by itself; instead, we attach meaning to what we experience. It’s basically saying all events are neutral, but we choose to magnify them in our minds. The symbolism of the skull is to remind us that as we forge our own paths the experiences we have are of our making. How you feel, where you go and the success you have in life is all you. The power to create your destiny and your happiness is all with in you.


  • Height: 8mm

  • Metal Thickness: 2.5mm
  • Metals:  Sterling Silver or 14K Yellow Gold

Please Note: The patina on each ring may vary as each one is hand painted.

 * This item is made to order




The Pirate + The Gypsy is a Canadian based sustainable jewelry studio and boutique located in New Westminster, BC.  Paula + Joel are the creative minds and hands behind the jewelry.  Along with creating quality handmade products The Pirate + The Gypsy focuses on ecologically conscious materials and transparency with consideration to the jewelry’s impact on our environment.   All The Pirate + The Gypsy collections are crafted with high quality hypoallergenic metals including, gold, silver and platinum.  In addition to their current designs custom creations are also available including a complimentary consultation.

The Pirate + The Gypsy was founded by Paula + Joel Godden in 2015.  As a Greek, Polish and Romani woman Paula was never taught that Gypsy was negative and was encouraged to embrace who she is, her heritage and her history.  It is in within The Pirate + The Gypsy jewelry creations that the stories of Paula’s childhood and culture are reborn in hopes of reclaiming the beauty behind the name and the people.



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