Fine & Good - Wide Tiger Ring
Aimee Kennedy’s Fine and Good jewellery is simply perfect for everyday wear.
Designed by Aimee Kennedy in Toronto, ON
0.85" diameter, 0.45" wide
We offer curbside pick ups Tueday through Saturdays 11am to 6pm.
You will see a 'Local Pick Up' option at check out. Please include your phone number if you select this option.
Allow up to 2 business days from the time of purchase. We will notify you once your order is packed and ready for pick up by phone and email.
Please have your “Order Number" ready for verification at pick up. We have a doorbell just above the front door handle for you to notify us of your arrival. You can contact us if you have any other questions.
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Shipping fees depend on the size and weight of your order and its destination. Please refer to our check out page for up to date details. Large items shipped internationally may be subject to additional shipping fees.
All our orders are shipped with Canada Post. We will provide you with a tracking number in your order confirmation email where available.
Need express shipping? Please contact us and we will send you a quote.
About Fine & Good's Designer: Aimee Kenedy
Aimée’s jewelry is imbued with strength and passion. Influenced by her fascination with artistic history and modern design, each piece has a tension between these contrasting elements. Modern design lines with rustic texturization, soft and romantic motif with sharp and strong elements – each piece is designed to empower through adornment.
Aimée was born in Ottawa to a family of strong and creative individuals. Her father was a teacher (and photographer) and her mother came from very humble and troubling beginnings to grow into a very compassionate and selfless person. Aimée grew up to enjoy teaching and caring for others and strives to support and strengthen others through her jewelry design. In her own words, she "wants people to feel strong and confident when they wear her pieces."
Aimée has since relocated to Toronto and has been experimenting with many different jewelry making techniques. Striving to improve studio practices and making the commitment to use 100% recycled metal whenever possible.