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Rebus Introduces Single Mined Origin Gold in their New Signet Ring, the Oxford 55 October 26, 2022 (0 comments)

New signet ring

New York, NY--Hand-crafted signet rings creator Rebus announced in a news release that it will use single-mined origin (SMO) gold Yanfolila mine in Mali in West Africa in its Oxford 55, its new signet ring offering. 

“We’re proud to introduce SMO Gold into our range, so our customers can trace their jewelry back along a transparent, sustainable, ethical pathway from mine to workshop," Emmet Smith, Founder of Rebus, said in a news release. "We plan to use SMO Gold as a mainstay throughout our product range.” 

The Oxford 55 is the reimagining of the company’s signature signet, in a heavier, wider design, with a 55-degree face. Available in 9K, 14K or 18K SMO yellow gold, Rebus goldsmiths customize deep seal engravings or initials, which can be carved in reverse on request, for use as seals for letters. For additional personalization, a message in script or roman capitals can be engraved within the shank. 

Every piece of Rebus SMO jewelry is accompanied by a QR code, sharing details of where and when the gold was mined, and in-depth information about the mine

“Those clients concerned about the origin of products can be confident that the SMO hallmark added by the London Assay Office guarantees that the high-quality gold used in your purchase has been sourced responsibly and ethically,” said Rachel Constantine, Marketing Director for Rebus, in the news release. “The Oxford 55 is an exclusive product produced by hand by our skilled team of craftspeople in single mine origin gold, to create a heirloom quality signet ring for you to be proud to wear.”

For more information about Rebus, SMO gold, or to order the Oxford 55, visit  For press inquiries, contact Pietra Communications at or call 212-913-9761.

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