The Röent Ring is constructed of bronze with a green, brown, and black marble patina and set with a dog tooth in the middle of a heart. It is available in men's and women's sizes and can be engraved with the name of your choosing.
The Röent Ring was commissioned by a customer as a memorial ring for his deceased Dachshund pup. The dog was named after the German physicist Röentgen who accidentally discovered X-rays in 1895. The same year that Dachshunds were officially recognized breed standard. The customer for whom this ring was made is an Essay Tech. So, in 2000 when he got the pup, and was just getting out of school he affectionately named his dog Röent.