$5,100.00 Regular price

Henson Ring

Henson is named after Matthew Alexander Henson, an American explorer who accompanied Robert Peary as a navigator, craftsman and 'first man', on seven voyages to the Arctic over a period of nearly 23 years. He was one of the era's few African-American explorers, and he may have been the first man, black or white, to reach the North Pole.

For nearly a century, Henson’s contributions to polar explorations were downplayed in favor of Peary. But in 1988, Henson and his wife were reinterred at the Arlington National Cemetery, alongside Peary. In 1996, an oceanographic survey ship was named the U.S.N.S Henson in his honor; and in 2000, Henson was posthumously awarded National Geographic’s highest honor for exploration, the Hubbard Medal.

Materials
  • 18K Gold
  • Center Stone: Marquise-Shaped Diamond: 0.45 ct
  • White Diamonds: 0.56ct total weight
Collection

The Voyager


Designed and Crafted in Singapore
  • The ring is 5 x 11mm
  • US Sizing

View our size guide here

Shipping

State Property offers complimentary express shipping on all orders. All taxes and duties beyond the Port of Departure (Singapore) will be paid for by the receiver.

Items that are in stock will be shipped within 2-3 days of your order. Upon dispatch, you will receive an email notification with an estimated delivery date as well as the shipment’s tracking number.

Items that are not in stock will take 6 to 8 weeks to be crafted, specially for you. You will receive an email notification once the order is completed and ready to be dispatched, together with an estimated delivery date and the shipment’s tracking number.

Returns

We do hope that you are always delighted with your State Property products. However, in the case that you are not, you may return the piece within 14 days of receiving it to exchange it or for store credit. Terms and conditions do apply.

Read more about our Returns Policy here

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