Authentic vintage Mexican Biker Ring Lucky Horse Shoe with Horses 9.5 circa 1940s
Popularized by the 1940s biker clubs who hung out on the border towns these tough looking oversize rings, made from melted down pesos, caught on as a motorcycle jewelry trend across the US. The craze grew even more during the Johnny Law era when brass knuckles were outlawed and bikers substituted an oversized ring on every finger for the fist fighting weapon of choice.
These days, thankfully, they’re worn as more of a fashion statement by those in the know.
Striking design with two horse heads lined up as if running side by side, surrounded by lucky horseshoe and accent horses on the ring sides.