Ring of approval is a simple way of saying “good job” and a subtle pat on the back. The ring itself is just a tool, the stamp that remains behind is the memento and the part that is meant to be shared. The ownership of the ring is simply a reminder that anyone has the power to share their approval which becomes a trophy that roots from a very personal place and is shared with absolutely anyone. The ring references family crest rings which are used to put a personal mark on seals. The ring has a rubber stamp part and a metal cap for wax seals.

Exhibited at American Design Club's "Trophy" show in 2013. 

Muzz Design, 2013, Silver
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