According to popular naval lore, the term “crow’s nest” comes from a practice used by Viking sailors, who were believed to tie a cage of crows to the top of their mast before a voyage. When one of the crows was released from its cage, it would always fly directly towards land, and the ship’s navigator would plot a course to follow the bird's path. With detailing that resembles the shape of continents, this ring helps you set your sights on solid ground.
Available in Sterling Silver and Stainless Steel with Tiger Eye stone.
There may be small differences between the pictured sterling silver piece and its stainless steel counterpart. The steel version of this piece may have slightly less detail and appear a shade darker than the handcrafted silver version.
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