14k. gold Lanfear's Signet Ring from our officially licensed Wheel of Time® jewelry line. This ring is a replica of the signet Lanfear uses to seal letters she leaves for Rand al'Thor TM while posing as Selene TM in Cairhien TM in book two of the Wheel of Time, The Great Hunt TM. Lanfear's moon and stars signet is also used as a chapter header in later books to signify chapters that feature Lanfear.
Lanfear's Signet Ring is an officially licensed Wheel of Time replica. The ring is cast in solid 14k. gold and is availabe in US sizes 5 to 13, in whole and half sizes. Sizes 13 1/2 (13.5) and larger are an additional $45.00 US. The ring measures approximately 11 mm (just under 1/2") top to bottom and 2.8 mm (1/8") wide at the back of the band. The area behind the signet has been carved out slightly to reduce the weight. Lanfear's signet ring weighs approximately 5.4 grams, weight will vary with size. Lanfear's ring is available in 14k. white gold for an additional $15.00 US.
This item comes in a treasure chest ring box with a card of authenticity.
"Wheel of Time", and the characters, items and places therein, are trademarks of The Bandersnatch Group, Inc. c/o Sobel Weber Associates, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Features & Highlights
- The ring is cast in solid 14k. gold and is availabe in US sizes 5 to 13, in whole and half sizes.
- This item comes in a two-piece black ring box with a card of authenticity.
- Specialty item is made to order, please allow 5-7 business days to ship
- Items are shipped Fed Ex Ground with Tracking
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