I found myself within a forest dark
for the straightforward pathway had been lost
Look at this ring whose setting has the form of a “scriptorium”. In the Middle Ages the Scriptorium was a convent room or a desk intended for the work of scribes, usually adjacent to or located in the library. There the monks carried out the work of transcribing the codes, embellishing them with miniatures. And what does this scriptorium show us? It tells a double story, one for each side: the first canto of hell from the Divine Comedy and the triumph of the divine light of heaven. It reproduces two prints made by Gustave Doré in 1860.
With this ring LE SIBILLE take us from the dark forest of all that we have been through,
up to the lights of heaven, to wish you a life full of light, beauty, dreams that come true and universal love.
Isn’t this a masterpiece in all senses?
Scriptorium is part of the breathtaking Uniqum Collection