Lapis Maze Roya Ring
A beauty undiscovered. Like a Kashmiri vatika, or pleasure garden, earth and humanity work in perfect, complex harmony: the intrigue of nature’s intricacy meets a Sultan’s serene proclamations of love. Who wouldn’t want to get lost in this blue labyrinth?
The Roya collection, meaning ‘dreams’ in Persian, offers the ultimate individuality: hand-crafted in its entirety, the ring is a piece of your dreams at your fingertips - melded into reality.
Roya rings are be made with traditional artistry, drawing inspiration from ancient Islamic motifs. The pattern and detail is a flourish by the artisan; a work of contemporary elegance and style, freehand and beautiful. Just like commissioning an artwork, the detail is a subtle surprise. What you can be sure of is that your piece is crafted by human hands – and there will only ever be one of them.
23k gold, rhodolite garnet and vitreous enamel.
Embellishment: approx. 1” x 1”
Ring Size: US 6.5
We recommend that you visit your local jeweler to accurately determine your ring size. Measure your size at the end of the day when fingers are typically thicker. For accurate reading, measure it 3 to 4 times.If you do not have access to a local jeweler, you can download our guide to help you determine your size.
If you are ordering from outside of the US or Canada, determine your ring size according to your country’s standard. Then use our International Ring Size Chart to convert to the corresponding US ring size to place your order.
Shipping takes approximately six weeks; please consider this time requirement when placing your order.
Prices are inclusive of shipping, freight and insurance.
VAT, duties and taxes will be applicable as per your country's regulations and will be billed separately to you by the courier company at the time of delivery.
Please note: All of our jewelry is entirely handcrafted, which means that each piece is unique, with individual variations in the enamel motifs, carat weights and stone quantities. Everything we sell is made using traditional methods and crafts which date back to the Mughal era. To learn more about how the jewelry is made please visit The Agaro Karkhana.