Name rings are used in the court of the Maer of Vintas™ as calling cards as well as a physical representation of social rankings in the court. The three most common metals used for the name rings are gold, silver and iron. Each metal denotes a specific statement to the recipient's status. A gold ring is sent to those of a higher rank, silver to those of equal or undertermined status and iron to those of who are below the sender. Each time a ring is sent it gives a subtle nod or a slight to the receiver. Name rings are often displayed prominantely to show visitors and callers who in the court are your equals and the favor you have been show by those of higher status.
Inspired by Wise Man's Fear™ by Patrick Rothfuss, the Badali Jewelry artists created the Court Name Rings with the name of Kvothe™ skillfully crafted in solid iron. The Vintish™ Court name rings are officially licensed Kingkiller Chronicle replicas through Patrick Rothfuss. Mr. Rothfuss actively participates in the design process for each piece of jewelry for this licensed line.
The name rings measure approximately 6.5 mm (1/4") wide, 2.5 mm (1/8") thick, and weigh approximately 6 grams. The court rings are available in One Size Only (approximately size 11), are not sizable, and are intended for display. Note: Prolonged exposure to water or moisture will cause iron to rust. Rust can be removed from your iron ring by rubbing it with cloth dipped in any form of vegetable oil.
We keep this item in stock for immediate shipment.
This item comes in a black drawstring pouch with a card of authenticity.
"Kingkiller Chronicle", "Name of the Wind", "Wise Man's Fear", "Kvothe", "Vintas", and "Maer", are trademarks of Patrick Rothfuss c/o Sanford J. Greenburger Associates. All Rights Reserved.