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ADAWAT’N TUAREG Ring Botam Tissght/Signet


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The Botam Tissght ring is a motif meaning “octagon” in the language of the indigenous people of North Africa. The patterns on the surface are carefully carved by hand, one by one, and each pattern has its own meaning, symbolizing a thing, a story, or an allegory. As the name suggests, the top of the ring is designed in an octagonal shape, and the layered parts are made of ebony wood, a very hard wood, in a traditional design typical of Adawat’n Tuareg. (The eye-catching design allows the ring to be used as an accent to coordinate with a variety of styles, including simple styles. The size of the ring can be slightly changed by opening and closing the end part, so you can choose which finger to use depending on your mood.

The color and texture may vary due to the use of natural wood.

Please note that each piece is handmade, so there may be slight variations in design and minor scratches.


Size : M (56 aprx.)

Material: 925 silver

Country of origin: Morocco

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