FF7 Fenrir Wolf Ring in Sterling Silver or Antique Bronze

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This is a handmade FF7 Fenrir rings based on the character Cloud Strife from FFVII that is available in either .925 sterling silver or antique bronze. The top are 1cm wide and the ring in the wolf's mouth is free hanging. The wolf head sits on the top of the band and the band is 2.5mm wide. The ring in the photo is a size 3 1/2(per a custom order request) but can be made in any size you wish.

Ask any gamer that has played FFVII or watched Advent Children and they will know where the idea for these came from! I was at an anime convention and saw these cheap imported pewter earrings with an awesome design. As I'm allergic to everything not silver or gold, I decided to remake the same design in silver, but better!

Fenrir is the wolf motif that became prevalent in the Final Fantasy VII series. Fenrir, a brownish-gray timber wolf that appears several times in the movie Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, is seen as a symbol of Cloud's loneliness and his guilt for the deaths of two of his friends: Aerith Gainsborough and Zack Fair, as well as for his other failures. The wolf may signify Cloud being a "lone wolf" who tries to deal with problems his own way, either by confronting them or escaping from them, without the help of others.

Sterling silver is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% by weight of silver and 7.5% by weight of copper. The sterling silver standard has a minimum millesimal fineness of 925.

Bronze is an alloy that consists of a mixture of approximately 90% copper and 10% tin. Producing bronze is a less toxic process than producing brass as brass is a combination of copper and zinc, and the manufacturing process often produces zinc oxide which is toxic.

Because bronze contains copper, it can turn your skin green whether you have an allergy or not. Bronze and copper turn your skin green because when the copper reacts with your sweat and the acids from your skin, it produces copper chloride. Copper chloride is a green substance that then rubs off on your skin. If you are prone to sweating, your bronze jewelry will definitely turn your skin green. This chemical reaction can also be prevented by painting any part of the jewelry that comes in contact with your skin with clear nail polish or clear acrylic enamel.

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