• Sweet Snake ring
  • Sweet Snake ring
  • Sweet Snake ring
  • Sweet Snake ring

Sweet Snake ring


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The Sweet Snake double ring is Bangla Begum's take on a fine jewelry classic: the snake ring. Using only wire and giving it soft, round shapes, we asked ourselves: what would a sweet snake look like? We also gave our sweet rattlesnake two small opal bells. The Sweet Snake double ring is sold as a pair, to be worn on any two fingers you like. Please contact us if you have any question about sizing.

The Sweet Snake double ring is made-to-order and ships in 2 to 3 weeks. We ship worldwide. Shipping is free within the EU and our shipping fee for outside the EU includes duties, taxes, and insurance (you won't have to pay anything at delivery). 

The Sweet Snake double ring is made of recycled 18kt gold or silver wire and two opal briolettes from our own collection of discarded gemstones. The prototype was made in-house in our Parisian atelier, and the final piece just outside Paris. 

The Sweet Snake double ring is part of the Bin Bling collection, a capsule of fine jewelry made of (precious) waste.

We've been blessed with great and kind press coverage. French Vogue was our first press feature (for the Boob ring of course), so heart out to them. We've also had a full page in M (Le Monde's style supplément), an amazing in-depth article in WWD, a feature in the T List and many many fabulous mentions in Stylist, Le FigaroCabana and even Gala.

We've also struck some warm bonds in the digital world. I'm thinking of color-genius style maker @dahanadcr, creative director + Hadid sister @lanzybear and fashion empire builder @lisagachet.

In real life (wait, Insta isn't real life? I'm up for a debate), our ambassadors are just the best. The queen of them all being writer Deborah Levy, who wears her Bangla Begum jewelry everywhere (even in Vogue). Princes and princesses of the realm include film director and actress Monia Chokri (@moniachokri), curator Diana Campbell (@dhakadiana), artist Miet Warlop (@miet_warlop), and Lebanese poet Hussein Nasereddine (@photo.hussein), all of them carrying Bangla Begum into their own wide and wild worlds.

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