Tuum launches the ring to celebrate the first ten years of life: it is called Tuam X. Images and price ♦ ︎
In Latin the word “tuum” means a possessive pronoun: it translates to your, masculine. Still in Latin, the female version is simply “tua”. But now the spirits of Cicero and Catullus will have to take note of a neologism: Tuam. More than a pronoun, however, Tuam X is the name of a ring. And the X indicates a number, 10, according to the use of ancient Rome. In fact, for Tuum, a religious jewelery company, the time has come to celebrate the first ten years of life, and a bit like the iPhone, the date is transformed into the X number to be added to the piece more iconic.
The band ring, in fact, is part of the Settedoni series. It is composed of seven individual lines linked together.
Tuam X, like other jewels of the Italian brand, shows a spiral of words that flow along its length. At the center is the M, Tuum’s tribute to the generative forces of the world: M of Mater, M of Mary, M of Mondo (means world). The initial that embraces the flow of words wants to represent the feeling that Tuum jewels evoke in people, jewels that touch the soul of the wearer. The Tuam X ring is available in silver and gold. The rhodium-plated silver of the spiral meets the pink gold of the drop-cap M, in the bi-color version, or only in rhodium-plated silver, in the single-color version. Price: 195 euros the ring in only silver, 275 euros the one with the M in pink gold. Lavinia Andorno