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2002 Chrome Hearts .925 Silver Etched Rolling Stones Ring

2002 Chrome Hearts .925 Silver Etched Rolling Stones Ring

$325.00Price

Measurements & Condition

 

Size - 10

 

Condition 9/10

  • For sale is a remarkable 2002 Chrome Hearts .925 Silved Etched Rolling Stones Ring. With a massive cult-like following that has skyrocketed in recent years, it is understandable that many skim over the company’s deep ties to Los Angeles culture. Founded in 1988, brand pioneers Richard Stark and John Bowman originally created Chrome Hearts in order to fulfill their own need for the ideal leather jacket. After searching for a jeweler who was capable of detailing their garments with the hardware they desired, the pair found a perfect match in Leonard Kamhout who specialized in sterling silver.

     

    The group’s exclusive retail approach was well beyond its years in terms of creativity. The low supply and high demand was innovative, Chrome Hearts being a first to truly encapsulate the feeling of exclusivity for the consumer. When asked how Stark would personally describe his brand, he unapologetically replied “Nowadays, everybody’s fucking luxury. I don’t use the word…I just try to use amazing materials, craftsmanship, attention to detail, precious metals, precious gems, all that kind of shit. I guess you can call it whatever you want.” This uncompromisable strategy is what has allowed Chrome Hearts to grow so rapidly, remaining true to its heritage, yet still expanding at a blistering pace.

     

    This ring, dating back to 2002, features the legendary symbol of Rock n’ Roll—the Rolling Stones “Hot Lips” logo. Rock music has played a role in the Chrome Hearts universe since day one, however aside from friendships with Aerosmith and Guns N’ Roses, the licensing deal with the Rolling Stones is “on a different level than anything they’ve ever done,” said Stark. Despite never meeting Mick Jagger, the company has produced an assortment of unbelievable items for the band, including a $40,000 diamond and gold lips belt buckle. When seeing the belt buckle, Steven Tyler—the lead singer of Aerosmith, was quoted saying “I’d suck your cock in a Macy’s window if you fucking made me this.”, relayed directly from Stark himself.

     

    This ring itself is a beautiful representation of the meticulous detail that goes into each Chrome Hearts item released. Featuring an engraved base reading “Chrome Hearts” alongside etched crosses, a carved Stones’ logo sits atop a bail, which is then fastened to the silver ring. In great condition aside from some light scuffing, the ring is a size 10. Seize the opportunity to purchase a remarkable 2002 Chrome Hearts .925 Silved Etched Rolling Stones Ring at a fantastic price today.

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