Gold Trinity Ring, Sizes 4 - 7

United States
$450.00
Item No. 3275Sg
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The Trinity Ring is a distinctive ring used as a wedding band or a more general ring. The endless ribbon of eternity forms the three-strand knot on this ring, symbolizing the Trinity. The Celts, in keeping with the broad aspects of Indo-European religion, saw life as a multi-faceted continuum. The Celtic knotwork lends itself to portraying this concept. The ends of the three-strand knot carry through the shank of the ring to complete the endless ribbon of eternity.

Our Trinity Ring is a substantial lost wax casting in 14 kt. gold. The ring is approximately ¼ inch in width. The ring is also available in sizes 7½ through 12 and 12½ through 14. Made in USA, exclusive to David Morgan.

The Trinity Ring is a distinctive ring used as a wedding band or a more general ring. The endless ribbon of eternity forms the three-strand knot on this ring, symbolizing the Trinity. The Celts, in keeping with the broad aspects of Indo-European religion, saw life as a multi-faceted continuum. The Celtic knotwork lends itself to portraying this concept. The ends of the three-strand knot carry through the shank of the ring to complete the endless ribbon of eternity.

Our Trinity Ring is a substantial lost wax casting in 14 kt. gold. The ring is approximately ¼ inch in width. The ring is also available in sizes 7½ through 12 and 12½ through 14. Made in USA, exclusive to David Morgan.

  • Ring Sizing

    Rings need to fit well to be comfortable and to minimize the risk of loss from your finger. A jeweler has sized rings to help you determine your size. If you wish to measure your size in the comfort of your own home we can supply a set of plastic sized rings.

    Finger size changes with temperature - less blood flows to the hands when the hands are cold, so the fingers are then slimmer. Measure your fingers when your hands are at their usual temperature. The correct size allows the ring to just slip over the knuckle, not loosely but not so tightly that heroic efforts are required to remove it. Remember that people's left and right hands are usually not identical in size. It should be kept in mind that a wide ring will fit a little more tightly than a narrow ring of the same size.

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