Train Uniform Button Ring - Silver Hammered - Santa Fe
Our Railroad button rings are made with genuine uniform buttons soldered to wide adjustable bands that make a great statement ring for both men and women. Own a piece of history.
The Santa Fe line, officially the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway company was first chartered in February 1859. Although the railroad was named in part for the capital of New Mexico, the main line never reached there as the landscape made it too difficult to lay the necessary tracks. The Santa Fe's first tracks reached the Kansas/Colorado state line in 1873, and connected to Pueblo, Colorado in 1876. The steel pinstripe detail adds a touch of contrast to the shiny and matte brass textures.
MEASUREMENTS & MATERIALS:
* This is a SOLDERED ring, not glued.
* This is a wonderfully sturdy adjustable ring that fits both men and women - approximately sizes 5.5 up to about an 8 comfortably.
* The buttons are about 1" in diameter. (2.5mm)
* All items come in a gift box.