“Iron enough to make a nail,
Lime enough to paint a wall,
Water enough to drown a dog,
Sulphur enough to stop the fleas,
Potash enough to wash a shirt,
Gold enough to buy a bean,
Silver enough to coat a pin,
Lead enough to ballast a bird,
Phosphor enough to light the town,
Poison enough to kill a cow,
Strength enough to build a home,
Time enough to hold a child,
Love enough to break a heart.”
― Terry Pratchett, Wintersmith
A precious silver version of Tiffany Aching’s iron horseshoe nail ring, made for her by the Wintersmith in Terry Pratchett’s Discworld novel of the same name – gift for big and wee hags alike!
A suitably simple, yet stunningly wrought piece of Discworld jewellery originally designed and sculpted by Bernard Pearson before the eyes of Sir Terry Pratchett himself. This is heritage piece of Discworld jewellery that is particularly close to our hearts, and
is crafted in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter by jewellers to the Terry Pratchett Estate.
Each ring features the Discworld hallmark and is presented in a Discworld Emporium gift box.
The smallest size, H has been designed to be worn on a chain but is also suitable for small wee hags.