You are probably aware of my affinity for signet rings—I wear them in threes, paved with diamonds, and etched with bow ties. But this is one I’ve never seen before: Stephen Einhorn makes a signet with a slight swelling in the ring shank that can be engraved or set with a stone. It is a beautiful, substantially weighty piece that I’ve been wearing with my grandfather’s old steel and gold and diamond watch these past few days. It is an article of classic men’s jewelry that anchors my bedazzled watch, and many other things, with the warm gleam of silver.
The lovely folks at Stephen Einhorn put together a video that tells the story of their atelier and shows the making of a very special ring. Check it out here.