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Orthodox rings are as old as our faith. It seems that they were in use even when the pectoral crosses appeared. This is the most important attribute of Christianity since ancient times. King Solomon had a ring. The inscription of his ring is still considered to be one of the wisest sayings. Already in those days, prominent people attached somewhat more important to them. It was something more than just a catchy decoration. Fortunately, the same meaning has been preserved to the present day.
Yet, Orthodox rings are not only an attribute of faith. It is also fascinating jewelry. Of course, they have their own meaning and message which their owners carry in themselves.
The new collection of silver with gold from Andija store presents beautiful jewelry. Their atypical appearance about religious themes immediately stands out from their competitors. Yet, simple types are available that are suitable for those who do not like atypical jewelry.
For example Orthodox ring for men with St. George and Mens christian ring – Our Lady of Miracles Virgin Mary .
A wide variety of techniques used in creating products is our advantage. It will give you an opportunity to choose an item that will definitely suit your taste. For example, lovers of atypical can pay attention to the following. The combination of metals with black will suit them. It looks definitely beautiful.
In our store, you can choose:
- Gold Orthodox rings with a drop of silver, as well as with the image of saints. Also, on some copies, you can see a prayer;
- “Save and Preserve” is perhaps the most common option that is purchased by both women and men.
Rings with such an inscription were worn in Ancient Russia. They were worn mainly by men, especially those who went into battle. So it’s not just a piece of jewelry that will look beautiful on your fingers. This is a valuable piece of jewelry that has great meaning for Orthodox people. People strive to buy an Orthodox ring at the call of their hearts. They want to carry a piece of faith with them.