Own the room at the next board meeting or after-hours party, because, for our money, this is the coolest cocktail ring in North America—a real statement piece whether holding the attention of a conference room or holding a glass of champagne. New York's sweetest bivalve has been designed into an oyster ring with (just-the-right-amount-of) bling. In its center is that precious sea-made treasure: a pearl.
When you wear our oyster shell ring, you'll receive that dash of confidence that suggests the world is your oyster.
Our oyster ring pairs nicely with champagne and oysters on the half shell. A friend of ours wore it with a long-sleeved coral-colored shirt out to lunch. Compliments sailed her way.
Jewelry designer Janet Mavec is a fanatic about New York’s Fishers Island oysters. You can find the firm briny mollusks that are prized by chefs by clicking here.
Legend has it that Casanova gulped 50 oysters for breakfast daily. Scientists have now proven that the old wives’ tale is true. Two proteins in the mollusk do increase libido.
The oyster was a favorite of the 17th century Dutch canvas by genre painters to symbolize morality. Smithsonian Magazine notes that “About 85 percent of the world’s oyster reef populations have vanished since the late 1800s.