10 Dec 2019

Ring Tuum - a ring for strong equestrian hands

Like the ring Amate, the ring Tuum is also very simple.
It´s wide and massive, the total width of the ring is 8.8 mm.

Ribbon style 'solid'

The  ribbon, 6 mm wide, shows off the pattern beautifully. Any
ribbon style looks good with this design.

                        "Getting the ring meant
                                   so much to me..."

Ribbon style 'flash'

Although massive and and wide, the ring is comfortable to
wear: it´s convex inside.

Ribbon style 'mountain peak'

    "It slips on your finger so easily!"

Ribbon style 'arrow head'

The ring Tuum has been a popular wedding band among the
equestrian fiancés. 

There is also a plenty of space for the engravings.

                                         "I do..."

Ribbon style 'broad stripe'

The ring Tuum is perfect for muscular hands.

We often hear the equestrian women complaining about their big
hands or thick fingers. That is just pointless!

You have beautiful, working, strong hands that can lead 500 kg
of horse exactly anywhere you wish. Be proud and just
choose the design strong and pretentious enough...

Ribbon style 'custom'

The whole collection of the original nannasalmi rings you find here:


We know what your horse means to you. Our aim is to make for
you a lasting and meaningful keepsake which you can carry
with you for years to come.

Enquiries and orders also by email

Don´t hesitate to contact us, we are glad to help you with your order
step by step.

Christmas Treats for Horses (and Dogs)

Christmas time is the time of joy, friendship, warmth, peace and abundance - all the things that pets enjoy as well, all year around! The horses or dogs might not have a glue what is going on, but for us, humans, Christmas time means more. 

Jenny Nystöm

Taking extra care of domestic animals, wild animals, even elves, has been included in the Finnish Christmas tradition. In general they have been treated by indulging them with better food and delicacy.

Banana treats

7.5 dl of whole wheat flour
4.5 dl of muesli
5 malted bananas
2 dl of water
4 tablespoons of muskots
2 tbsp vegetable oil
2 tbsp honey

Mix all ingredients thoroughly. Cut the dough into a 5 mm plate and cut the dough into the shape of your desired biscuits. Bake at 170 ° C for 30-35 min.

                                              "Delicious and easy"

Rudolf Koivu

Oat treats

2.5 dl oat flakes
75 g margarine or butter
a small crumb of buljong cube
4 dl of hot, boiled water
2 dl low lactose milk powder
2 dl potato flour
1 beaten egg
7.5 dl graham flour

Make the broth and mix the oat flakes and margarine into the liquid. Allow the mixture to cool and mix in a mixture of milk powder and beaten egg. Mix the potato flakes with dense water and add them to the dough. Finally add little graham flour with good stirring and make the dough stiff. Cut the dough into a plate and cut into pieces with hamburger molds.
Bake at 175 ° C for about 50 min. Biscuits cure when cooled.

                                "Horses belong to Christmas!"

Rudolf Koivu