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    A Pair of Prototype Sterling Silver Rings Related to "The Expendables." Lionsgate, 2010. The first an enormous one designed as a 'Day of the Dead' skull head, inside stamped "Good Art / Hlywd / 925;" the second one rectangular-shaped with a skull in center with red gemstone eyes, inside also stamped "Good Art / Hlywd / 925;" both early designs created by the trendy Los Angeles-based company Good Art for rings that the "Barney Ross" character would wear.

    "I talked to the prop master and told him I wanted a very unique ring to wear, one that would emphasize the skull which was an important part of The Expendables logo. We came up with these beautiful prototype rings which established the design for the final version I wore in the films -- the skull (and raven) being the 'symbol' of The Expendables. We used the same iconography on the brass knuckles and on the pistols and on other items seen throughout the three films."

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    December, 2015
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