A rare example of an 18th century memento mori skeletal band, dated 1727. A full skeleton, reserved on black enamel, encircles the gold hoop of the ring. Unusually, there is a crown above the skull, signifying death is the master of all, and below the skeletal feet is a tablet engraved with the words memento mori, flanked by symbols of the Passion. The bezel of the ring is in the form of a gold coffin, covered by a faceted crystal, enclosing a skeleton painted in gold on a black ground. To interior of the band are the initials of the deceased, J. B. and the date, 1727.
A titanium escape ring with a handcuff shim and a saw blade hidden inside, the shim can open single lock handcuffs and the saw blade can cut through zipcuffs, duct tape, and other types of restraints. buy one here
Like an allomantic iron symbol pendant made of iron, bronze symbol made of bronze, etc. I wouldn’t be able to have atium and the other fake ones sadly, but still. I would really enjoy a set of the real ones.