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16th Century Astronomical Sphere Ring

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This 16th Century Astronomy Ball Ring was originally designed in the 1530s by Gemma Frisius, a famous German astrologer, philosopher, and instrument maker. Back then, the ring was used as an instrument to tell time and help with navigation.

And today, with the help of skilled modern craftsmen, the mysterious cosmic ring is now turned into an elegant vintage astronomy ball. Not only does it contain the star signs of the universe, but it also represents life and love.

WEAR THE UNIVERSE ON YOUR FINGER

What if you could wear the entire universe on your finger? Astronomical rings, also known as Gemma's rings, are an early astronomical instrument. The instrument consists of three rings, each representing the celestial equator, declination, and the meridian. Our rings are carefully hand-carved in sterling silver. When it's closed, it stands for everlasting love, when it's opened it stands for the whole world.