Damien Hirst has teamed up with fine jewellers Hoorsenbuhs to produce a limited edition, ruby and white and black diamond-embellished ring, sporting golden pills of varying shapes and sizes.
Since 2005, Hoorsenbuhs has positioned itself as one of the most prestigious jewellery brands in the world. Founded in 2005 by Robert Keith, and supported by brand ambassador Kether Parker, Hoorsenbuhs have established a reputation for impeccable craftsmanship, timeless modern design and a bold iconic presence.
Damien Hirst, Hoorsenbuhs — The Cathedral Collection – Pill Ring
Available in 18K yellow gold, rose gold or white gold Set with rubies, white diamonds and black diamonds Edition of 25 Signature and number engraved
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