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How to get a ring filled with rare A. de Fussigny cognac

Cognac house A. de Fussigny has collaborated with one of France's most prestigious jewellers to create a unique ring - filled with vintage spirit.

The cognac maker partnered with Bordeaux-based company Arvin, which has designed an innovative system to encase small amounts of wine and spirits in a pearl. The stones are then mounted on to a signet ring by renowned gemsetter Carl Jolibert. 

The 18-carat gold ring created for A. de Fussigny contains a tiny amount of 1970 Petit Champagne cognac - a limited-edition expression, aged for almost half a century in oak barrels, which is also being made available in a limited bottle run.

Only 251 bottles of 1970 Petit Champagne cognac will be made available, sold in laquered wooden presentation boxes - but there will be just 10 signet rings made with a liquid-laden pearl, which are available from A. de Fussigny by special request.

8 March 2020 - Bethany Whymark