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$8,200.00 Regular price

Bimal Ring

The Bimal Ring really comes alive on the finger, looping around the finger. Inspired by the vivid imagination of voyagers past, this snaking ring is capped at both ends by two vivid green cabochon emeralds. Black enamel stripes punctuate the seamless loop, adding rhythm and dynamism to this mysterious ring. Like the enthralling tales of mythical beasts that inspire it, this ring is a piece you put on to impress. 

This ring is named after world-cyclist, Bimal Mukherjee. He began his exploration in 1926, travelling through Scandinavia, the Middle East, Southeast Asia and North and South America among others, over 10 years. His book ‘Do Chakay Duniya’ or ‘The World on Two Wheels’ vividly documents his trials and successes throughout his journey.

  • 18K Yellow Gold
  • Emeralds - 1.06ct total weight
  • Jet Black Enamel

The Voyager

Designed in Singapore
  • The ring is 24.7mm wide
  • US Sizing

View our size guide here


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.


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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