Audentes fortuna iuvat

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Audentes fortuna iuvat

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“Fortune favours the bold” – was coined by Virgil in Aeneid X, 284. A motto for self-determined, self-assured individuals ready for challenges ahead and having no fear of taking risks when the circumstances call for it. Allegedly, it was final words of Pliny the Elder before he left the docks at Pompeii to rescue people from the eruption of Vesuvius in 79. 
The ring is representing the signature OF symbol, curved around the finger in the elegant way. The versatility of the design and the shape of the ring gives you opportunity to choose the way it appears in front of yours and viewers sight. 

The ring is a part of Horsemen of Apocalypse collection. It is cast using 3D-printing technology of .925 sterling silver in Belgium.

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