The Rolling Stones have teamed up with rock ‘n roll jewelers The Great Frog via their fashion and lifestyle brand, RS No9 Carnaby for a special anniversary jewelry partnership.
The original artwork of Beggars Banquet, The Rolling Stones’ top-ten charting album, is the inspiration for the jewelry collection. It was originally released in 1968 and features iconic graphics.
Handmade jewelry includes a “Beggars Banquet Defaced Skull Ring”, which features a skull design with engraved details taken from the album. The “Rolling Stones Tongue Signet Ring” features a golden twist to the Rolling Stones tongue design. The “Rolling Stones I.D Bracelet” is a chunky, engraved chain that opens by pressing on the tongue.
Each item is hallmarked British 925 Sterling Silver and accented with a solid 9ct Yellow Gold tongue logo.
Reino LehtonenRiley, the owner of The Great Frog, stated in a statement that “The Great Frog was born from the epicenter London’s first youth culture movement Carnaby Street and is entwined with the groundswell of the era-defining Rock and Roll movement of the 1960s.
“Both intrinsically connected with the zeitgeist and first rock and roll generation, the collaboration is 60-years in the making, so it’s an incredible honor to work with one of the greatest and most influential bands of all time.
Exclusively available from RS No 9: The Rolling Stones x The Great Frog jewelry Prices starting at 310 Pounds for Carnaby in London, April 8.