The pearl-finish crown ring, KINGA

The Kinga ring was created for women with great intuition, women willing to risk. By not taking risks, exceptional surprises may be missed. It is the uncertainty and adrenaline that confer greatest satisfaction to those who wear this ring.

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The tale goes that a long time ago, Kinga, daughter of  King Bèla IV of Hungary, had been promised to Boleslao V, the future king of Poland. Kinga asked her father to give her a salt mine to take as dowry to her husband and to the Poles. The king consented, and Kinga by divine inspiration cast her engagement ring into the well of a saltmine in Hungary.

When the wedding cortège was nearing Cracow, and once again by divine inspiration, Kinga gave orders that a well should be dug close by their caravan in Wieliczka. There an enormous deposit of rocksalt was found and the tale concludes when Kinga's ring appears mounted in the first block of salt brought to the surface.

The Kinga ring was created for women with great intuition, women willing to risk. By not taking risks, exceptional surprises may be missed. It is the uncertainty and adrenaline that confer greatest satisfaction to those who wear this ring.

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