A Californian brand through and through, Hoorsenbuhs exudes West Coast style. From the rusty 1940s Quonset hut just outside Los Angeles that is their workshop and showroom to their three core values of strength, quality and uninhibited opulence, Californian style radiates from every facet of Hoorsenbuhs' jewellery. The brands tri-link emblem is featured on every piece of jewellery. The symbol was adapted from the original piece of jewellery that founder and designer Robert Keith made for himself, which was inspired by the stud link on an anchor chain of a trading ship. It was from this first ring that the brand was named. With ancestral links to Keith, Hoorsenbuhs was a 16th century Dutch ship trading in gemstones and metals. This bold Double Knuckle ring in rose gold features the signature Hoorsenbuhs double ring, spanning two fingers. The tri-link motif is incorporated into one side of the two-fingered ring.