Green fingers: Can a 120 ring filled with living Icelandic moss really draw people in urban areas closer to nature?

Green fingers: Can a 120 ring filled with living Icelandic moss really draw people in urban areas closer to nature

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23:56 GMT, 7 October 2012

Gracious, that’s an unusual emerald set in this silver ring, you’re probably thinking.

Lovely colour, but somehow oddly . . . organic. Well, your suspicions are correct.

Designed for ‘people in urban areas to draw them closer to nature’ by Icelandic collective HAF, this ring is filled with living Icelandic moss.

Moss ring: It costs almost as much as a real precious stone, and sheds green fronds

Moss ring: It costs almost as much as a real precious stone, and sheds green fronds

It looks bonkers, costs almost as much as a real precious stone, and sheds green fronds.

I water mine by dunking it into my expresso dregs when I remember, am forever stroking it, and once left it in a pocket for a fortnight — yet it’s still flourishing.

It comes with a wooden stand, so when you’re not wearing it, it becomes the world’s smallest — and sweetest — pot plant.

120, hafsteinnjuliusson.com/store