Sophie - Silver Textured Ring
This minimalist sterling silver ring can be worn on the finger of your choice. This ring is made of textured silver to give it a contemporary look. It can be worn alone or layered with the Nahid ring.
A Jewel in Tribute to Sophie Labelle
Sophie Labelle is a writer from Montreal. A trans woman herself, she writes about trans identity and advocates for transgender rights. She also lectures on trans history and transfeminism. Her online comics prove that trans humour can be hilarious without being offensive.
Lidia is grateful for Ms. Labelle's work in informing, comforting and including transgender people.
All of the jewelry in the new Inspirante collection is named after an inspiring woman.
Infos About the Silver Ring
- Width of the ring: 2 mm
- Metal: sterling silver
- Handmade in Montreal
Complimentary Gift Wrapping
If you give this ring as a gift, whether to your partner, for Mother's Day or Christmas, or buy it for yourself, you'll get a nice free gift wrap. It's included with every order of Lidia’s jewelry.
Care of Silver Rings
Here are some tips to keep your ring looking good for as long as possible :
- Keep it in an airtight plastic bag in a dry place.
- Avoid leaving it in the bathroom, as humidity accelerates oxidation.
- If necessary, rub it gently with a yellow polishing cloth.
- Remove it before washing your hands or going into the shower, bath, pool or spa.
Sterling Silver Jewelry Made in Quebec
Lidia handcrafts every ring, necklace and earrings in her Montreal studio. It's her way of helping women feel radiant and invincible, every day.
A Collection That Gives Back to Quebecers
Lidia has always wanted to have a positive impact on her community. That's why she creates silver jewelry that gives confidence to the women who wear it.
For this collection, she decided to broaden her impact and help an organization that she passes by every day on her way to her studio.
Lidia will donate 5$ per piece of jewelry sold from the Inspirante collection to La Relance Jeunes et Familles.
The mission of this organization in the Centre-Sud district of Montreal is, among other things, to reduce social inequalities, to support school perseverance and success, and to help children and parents become more independent.