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The Compass Rose has guided sailors since at least the days of Ancient Greece. Today, the Compass Rose may be found on virtually all navigational systems and nautical charts. This was our inspiration in creating this stunning ring.

"I created this ring because this is the ring I was searching for, but couldn't find. I'd searched the internet with no luck. I'd scoured jewelry stores and art festivals to no avail. I created this ring because I wanted something that was made with style, passion, attention to detail, AND at a reasonable price."

- John Russell, Founder of Getting Nauti

"I created this ring because this is the ring I was searching for, but couldn't find. I'd searched the internet with no luck. I'd scoured jewelry stores and art festivals to no avail. I created this ring because I wanted something that was made with style, passion, attention to detail, AND at a reasonable price."

- John Russell, Founder of Getting Nauti

You may find the smaller, slimmer version of the Compass Rose Ring by clicking HERE

  • Highest quality 925 Sterling Silver!
  • Beautifully Detailed!
  • Getting Nauti logo laser engraved inside!
  • Hand Polished!
  • Hypoallergenic, nickel and lead free!
  • Designed in the USA!
  • Shipped from USA!
  • FREE U.S.A. Shipping! 

 

These rings are MADE TO ORDER! As a result delivery time can be up to 3 weeks after the order is placed.

If you’re considering buying 925 Sterling Silver, you probably want to know the difference between pure silver and 925 sterling silver. The first thing you need to know is pure silver is not really made up of only silver. Pure silver consists of 99.9% silver, with a small percentage of other metals like copper.

Sterling silver, conversely, consists of 92.5% silver with the remainder being a harder metal such as copper. This is why Sterling Silver is often referred to as 925 Sterling Silver or simply 925 Silver.

It is extremely difficult to make intricate designs using only pure silver. Pure silver is very soft and malleable and, as a result, needs to be combined with other metals, generally copper, to add a bit of hardness. That’s why jewelers use 925 Sterling Silver to create their most intricate and complex designs.