Glenn Hughes Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Glenn Hughes Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

When Glenn Hughes stood on that stage in Brooklyn -- clearly a maverick in his wide-striped suit, dripping with Roll ‘n’ Roll jewelry -- Mitchell Binder was justifiably proud to see a Top Hat Turquoise ring on the Deep Purple bassist’s finger, big and bold enough to play to the back rows of the theater. It was the feeling a writer gets, seeing his novel on the Best-Seller list. Or a painter admiring his own work on the wall at MOMA. Or a custom jeweler watching his good friend earn long-delayed recognition for a monumental contribution to rock music while wearing a King Baby hand-crafted ring for the world to see.  That’s how Mitchell felt, and you’d feel the same.

Glenn Hughes, like so many of King Baby’s customers, isn’t just a customer. He’s a fan and a hang-out buddy. He knows that Mitchell’s designs come from the same inner creative place that makes music, literature -- any art possible, so he appreciates more than just the product. He appreciates the man behind the product. King Baby - and Mitchell - returns the sentiment.


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