Ramona Solberg who was often called the grandmother of found-art jewelry famously said “I don’t want my jewelry to go into deposit boxes. I want it worn to Safeway."
This is exactly opposite of everything Leon Mege jewelry stands for. A respect for the craftsmanship of the delicate wearable art must compel you to avoid ruining it by clutching a handful of grocery bags or grasping a handlebar at a fitness club.
This way it will live forever to be cherished by your loved ones who eventually inherit the heirloom.
The gorgeous 32 carat natural Burma sapphire set in a three stone ring with pave is a fine example of the shopping choices you have to make while being adorned with something that does not come in a box with a smiley grim on its side.