Would You Wear a Table Mountain Ring?

Would you wear a Table Mountain shaped ring to remind you of home? Even if you lived in Cape Town?Having a piece of jewellery to remind you of home is a great way to feel connected, even if you’re travelling. Some of the best jewellery I ever saw, which is subtle, was made out of old fences from Robben Island. True story.
The latest trend is the Table Mountain ring! The Table Mountain Cableway Company Shop at the Top are selling the Table Mountain shaped rings from R980. Not a bad price to keep a piece of home close to your heart IF it’s to your taste. I love Cape Town, but my mind’s not made up on this one JUST yet!

Where Can You Get Them?

The Table Mountain Ring collection will be available at the Shimansky showrooms and stores, and at the gift shop on top of Table Mountain.

Available in 14K white, yellow or rose gold, you can embellishing your ring with one diamond in a swiss setting or in the hero pave piece featuring 27 diamonds making the silhouette of Table Mountain! Alternatively, be inspired by the design and have a custom version made with your diamonds (that’s what I did with my wedding ring).

Why Create a Table Mountain Ring?

The Founder and CEO of Shimansky wanted to create a meaningful piece that would resonate within every South African who viewed this distinct artwork that he created with the iconic silhouette in mind.

“The iconic Table Mountain Ring is more than just a ring. It’s a soulful connection between nature and you – inspired by Cape Town’s most majestic landmark,”

If you take advantage of the half-price return special (after 6pm daily) until the end of Feb, you can check out the new Table Mountain ring in the Shop at the Top.

If You’re Lucky…

If you take a picture from the top of the mountain and tag #WonderofLove until the 29th of February 2020, you might be able to win your OWN diamond ring and Table Mountain sunset experience valued at R25 000. Head to their social pages or website to find out more. 



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