It is sold with two stones (silver and blue marble) that can be replaced thanks to a replacement mechanism
Bronze with Logo and Size engraving
Pressers in Stainless Steel
The ring also includes the complimentary C06 Blue Marble stone
The bee has always been an inexhaustible source of mythological, esoteric, political and religious symbols. It is part of a structured and efficient company. Tireless, his role – which the Romans already defined as fructuosus – is to work for the welfare of the hive, of the community. His incessant work transforms the pollen into honey from which ambrosia was obtained in ancient times, a sacred drink in many cultures and produces wax, used for the manufacture of ritual and sacred objects. The custom of disappearing during the winter months and reappearing in spring has made the Bee the emblem of regeneration, of the eternal cycle of life made up of the alternation of death and rebirth. To the ancient symbology we can now add the role of the bee as an extraordinary biological indicator, since it signals the chemical damage of the environment in which it lives and consequently the risks for man. From a fragmentary Roman Imperial-era ring in gold plate with engraved carnelian. 1st-3rd century AD – Yale University Art Gallery CōDICEDS jewels are the result of manual processes and finishes that give each piece unique characteristics. Therefore specimens of the same model may have slightly different characteristics and not be perfectly identical. These differences are not to be considered as defects.