Rings

Rings

Make a statement out of wearing one or more on every finger, or pare right back.

History of rings

The history of the ring has always been linked to its circular shape of the ring, reminiscent of the Ouroboro. This is why it has always been imagined and traditionally made in gold. The most precious and durable metal in the world and the natural element considered, par excellence, eternal.
The origins of the craftsman ring, in the history of the conquest of Rome.

Ancient Rome

The appearance of the craftsman ring in history is very old. Originally, the ring was obviously made of craftsmanship. However, in the early Bronze Age and in the Cretan-Mycenaean civilization, it became a precious object.  Here it was to be worked with extreme accuracy due to its transcendent importance. First in ancient Rome only the priests of Jupiter were granted the right to adorn themselves with metal rings, but later this honor was also extended to knights and senators who used to wear only handmade rings made of gold.

Furthermore in Ancient Rome

Also in Roman times we find evidence of a first use of handcrafted rings – a bit like our traditional engagement ring and wedding ring – as a bond and wish for stability. The same value of stability and honor is attributed to rings studied in heraldry. A broken ring has the symbolic value of breaking a solemn oath or announces future misfortunes.

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