5 (1 review)
Inspired by Peter Lipman-Wulf's (American, born Germany, 1905-1993) famous Weddings Rings (1953), a sculpture that symbolizes never-ending love. It depicts the endless circular union created when two lovers embrace. Sterling silver with a beautiful lapis cabochon, a stone believed to foster harmony in relationships. Sculpture can be found in the museum's collection.
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It is amazing design! My husband gave me as a gift, and I love it.
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