Enso Rings, the premium silicone jewelry brand, announced its core Harry Potter Collection of silicone rings are now available at 100 Barnes & Noble retail locations nationwide.
The Harry Potter Collection includes the silver and emerald Slytherin ring for the cunning and ambitious. The silver and sapphire Ravenclaw for the clever and ever-learning. The gold and black Hufflepuff for the loyal and true. The gold and ruby Gryffindor for the bold, daring and courageous and the black pearl Deathly Hallow ring. Each ring features a distinctly themed laser-etched design and retails for $44.99 each.
“Barnes & Noble is a great gathering place for fans of the Harry Potter series, so having Enso Rings’ Harry Potter Collection available for purchase provides a stylish new way to express their devotion to the series,” said Aaron Dalley, CEO and Co-Founder, Enso Rings. “We’re excited for fans to level up their style and show their love to the Wizarding World franchise with the premium silicone rings.”
The Harry Potter Collection of rings are comfortable and safe allowing consumers to display their connection to the Wizarding World any time and in any activity. Since the rings are made of premium silicone, there is no chance of ring avulsion. All Enso Rings are designed to move and flex with your finger or break away before an injury happens.
Enso Rings is the leader in premium silicone jewelry, featuring a patented process of infusing precious materials into their Elements Collection. With a culture of love and lifestyle, Enso Rings melds the benefits of silicone with the beauty and creativity of jewelry making. Champions of design and collaboration, the company crafts most of their collections at their headquarters in Utah and partners with other mission-aligned brands, creators and non-profits who value style, expression and being a force for good. At the heart of Enso Rings’ crafting philosophy is bringing to life comfortable and safe companion pieces to traditional jewelry. The company’s silicone jewelry is ideal for activities and moments where traditional jewelry could be lost or damaged. To learn more about Enso Rings, their silicone jewelry collections and the brand’s Rings for a Reason (R4R) movement, visit www.EnsoRings.com.