Name rings are used in the court of the Maer of Vintas™ as calling cards as well as representing of social rankings in the court. The three most common metals used for the name rings are gold, silver and iron. A gold ring is sent to those of a higher rank, silver to those of equal or undetermined status, and iron to those of who are below the sender. Name rings are often displayed prominently as a sign of status to visitors and callers. The Badali Jewelry artists have created Kvothe's Court Name Rings™ in your choice of solid iron, silver plated bronze, or 24k gold plated bronze. The Vintish™ Court name rings are officially licensed Kingkiller Chroniclereplicas through Patrick Rothfuss.
The rings measures approximately 6.5 mm (1/4") wide and 2.5 mm (1/8") thick. The name rings weigh approximately 6 grams in iron / 6.5 grams in gold plated bronze / 6.7 grams in silver plated bronze. The court rings are available in One Size Only(approximately size 11). They are not sizable and are intended for display only. Wearing the rings will quickly wear away the platings and will likely turn your finger green. The inside of the band is stamped with our makers mark and copyright symbol.
Note: Prolonged exposure to water or moisture will cause iron to rust. Rust can be removed from your iron wheel pendant 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.
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