Denna's ring is described as silver and set with a pale blue stone in The Name of the Wind, but Kvothe learns in 'Wise Man's Fear' that the metal is white gold and the gem is a smokestone. Inspired by Denna from Patrick Rothfuss' The Kingkiller Chronicle series.
Details: Denna's ring is solid sterling silver set with a 6 x 6 mm princess cut smokestone gem (genuine blue topaz). The knots on the sides of the ring were designed by Patrick Rothfuss himself. The ring measures 12.5 mm top to bottom at the stone and stands 7.5 mm from your finger to stone. The back of the band measures 2.2 mm wide. Denna's ring weighs 5.2 grams. The inside of the band is stamped with our makers mark, copyright, and the metal content.
Finishing Options: Sterling Silver or Antiqued Sterling Silver
Size Options: US sizes 5 to 13.
Also available in gold -- click here to view.
Packaging: This item comes packaged in a ring box with a card of authenticity.
Production: We are a made-to-order company. Your order will ship in 5 to 10 business days if the item is not in stock.
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"Kingkiller Chronicle", "Name of the Wind", "Wise Man's Fear", "Denna", "Denna's Ring", "Kvothe", and "Smokestone", are trademarks of Patrick Rothfuss c/o Sanford J. Greenburger Associates. All Rights Reserved.
The material has a great quality and the design is beautiful! Even better than the picture.
I bought this for myself as a birthday present, and am very pleased with this lovely, well-made ring. I only wish I could read the Yllish story knots! :-)
Bought this for my sister for a graduation gift and she LOVED it! It is such a well made and authentic looking interpretation of a fictional piece of jewelry from one of our favorite books.
My girlfriend really enjoyed the kingkiller chronicles and fell in love with this beautifully crafted ring. I've seen her looking at pictures of this ring for so long and I knew that it was the perfect choice for an engagement ring! Now that it has arrived, I have to say that it is as lovely as we imagined it to be. Thanks Baladi