In the latter part of the second age of Middle-Earth Sauron presented nine rings to nine men. This is the ring of Númenor, once the greatest civilization of men, whose covetous King's Men became corrupted by the dark power of Sauron.
Details: The ring of Númenor is sterling silver and finished with a black ruthenium plating. The center stone is a 12 x 10 mm lab star sapphire cabochon and the sides are set with 4 mm lab grown faceted sapphires. The ring measures 12.9 mm at the widest part of the band, 5.2 mm wide at the back of the band, and stands 6 mm tall from your finger to the top of the stone. The Ringwraith ring weighs approximately 14 grams, weight will vary with size. The inside of the band is stamped with our makers mark, copyright, and metal content.
Size Options: The ring of Númenor is available in US sizes 6.5 to 20, in whole, half, and quarter sizes (sizes 13.5 to 20 are an additional $15.00).
Packaging: This item comes packaged in a ring box with a Card of Authenticity.
Production: We are a made-to-order company. Your order will ship in 5 to 10 business days if the item is not in stock.
"Númenor", "Sauron", "The Lord of the Rings", and the characters and places therein, are trademarks of the Saul Zaentz Company d/b/a Middle-earth Enterprises under license to Badali Jewelry. All Rights Reserved.
It is great fits my finger perfectly went with a size 9.75. I might have been able to wear a 9.5 size but probably would have been to tight. The ring is beautiful and the center Stone has a wonderful effect when light is shinned on it.
I wanted to drop another review here, and more importantly to share a few pictures, because I didn’t feel like the shop’s preview pictures give the star sapphire justice. As you can see, the star effect is quite vibrant; it’s even sharper under sunlight. As far as lab grown star sapphires go, this one is extremely high quality! I love the designs on the band, too. It immediately brought bursts of starlight to mind when I first saw it, and so I opted for no black plating. The design really brings out the natural beauty of the silver, and goes beautifully with the stone, so I’m glad I went that route. It looks lovely in black, too, of course, but this way it also feels a little bit more my own. I decided to be bold and sized the ring for my index finger, and again, I’m glad I did! I was worried it might feel gaudy, but it doesn’t! It’s both compact and empowering. It really looks and feels how I like to imagine a proper “magic ring” would look and feel. Of all their pieces, this one is my favorite. Finally, a note in praise of Badali’s work in general. All of their pieces are wonderful! (I’m a proud owner of four so far.) So many rings on the market today are thoughtless, mass-produced creations encrusted in tiny, glittering stones for maximum flash but lacking in all artistic value. With Badali’s pieces, you know that you’re getting a work of art that was carefully designed and deliberately created by artists who care about their craft. I’ve not found a single company that compares to Badali’s unique designs. The fact that shopping with them means supporting a small, family-owned company is the icing on the cake for me.
This ring is a real beauty! The detailing is so fine, and the main stone has a lovely star asterism when under proper lighting. It’s a solid piece that feels like it will stand the test of time, and it’s also very comfortable to wear all day. It’s perfect!