I always wanted to create a magical piece like this. It has a dark aura and mystery tones. And who better than Edgar Allan Poe to inspire you. Surely there are more people that love gothic jewelry, right? Well, they are for you!
This Raven Skull Ring is inspired by gothic aesthetic. Also because I’m in love with this fashion style, vampires and witches.
The Raven is a narrative poem written by Edgar Allan Poe, first published in 1845. It is his most famous poetic composition, since it gave him international recognition. Its musicality, the stylized language and the supernatural atmosphere that it manages to recreate are remarkable. Poe chose a raven to be the central theme of the story because he wanted a creature that did not reason but was capable of speaking. He decided to use a raven, which he who considered equally capable of speech as a parrot when matching this with the desired tone of the poem. Poe said that the raven was intended to symbolize the sad and endless memory. He was also inspired by Grip the Raven from Barnaby Rudge: A Tale of the Riots of ‘Eighty by Charles Dickens.
This Raven Skull Ring is ideal for gothic lolita outfits because most of the times the matching colors include silver or bronze. The ring is adjustable, no matter your finger diameter size.
Metal alloy and resin.