Russian Jewelry Brand Releases Unique ‘Printing’ Ring

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Russian jewelry brand MyKi, in collaboration with jewelry company Amorem, released a limited edition line called “100% Pure Love.” It includes rings with typographic fonts that can be used to make prints with ink, according to a company representative.

The symbol of the collection is a silver locket shaped like a water drop. In addition, the new collection includes rings, adjustable bracelets, twin unisex pendants, charm pendants shaped like coins, asymmetrical earrings and sautoir chains. The number of items is limited and each has a unique number.

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MyKi, founded in 2011, produces designer jewelry made from silver, alloys and semi-precious stones. It has released several collections in collaboration with Moscow museums, including the Le Tresor de Troi and La Péri by Léon Bakst lines for the Pushkin Museum and a series of rings for the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.