HOBO INDIAN RING
Brass/Peso metal rings inspired by vintage Mexican souvenir rings from the 1940s-1960s.
Souvenir rings were originally made in Mexico after the Mexican Civil War, and were often cast from melted down coins because the peso had become extremely devalued. They gained popularity with American motorcycle enthusiasts in the 1940s, who would buy the big, tough, affordable rings on their trips to Mexican border towns. Eventually the rings became highly collectible and emblematic of American biker culture.
- Handmade using time-consuming "lost wax casting" method
- Made to order. Please allow 2-3 weeks for production.
- Consists of five hand-cast elements soldered together: ring base, plate, top charm, and two side shields
- Each ring is hand made in the "USA"
- 100% brass/Peso metal