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Scythian Dragon Ring

Scythian Dragon Ring

The Dragon as a symbol is found in nearly all cultures and represents the supernatural side of nature. An interesting symbol, the dragon is extremely lucky, magnetic, and intelligent. A dragon is typically depicted as a large and powerful serpent or other reptile,...

Gryphon and Dragon Ring

Gryphon and Dragon Ring

This design is inspired from the Celtic Book of Lindisfarne, circa 875 AD. The Gryphon and Dragon symbolize fire and water, the male and female aspects of nature. The numeral symbolism is of two halves which exist together as a whole. Both animals are the only...

Three Oak Tree of Life Ring

Three Oak Tree of Life Ring

The Oak tree is an ancient symbol of wisdom, longevity and strength. They can live for up to 200 years, the wood is very useful and strong, and the bark, as it ages, may resemble an elderly person's wrinkles. Cults of Zeus and Thor used the Oak as their sacred symbol....

Medieval Tree of Life Ring

Medieval Tree of Life Ring

The Tree of Life is an ancient symbol found in all cultures. A tree connects heaven and earth by rooting in the earth and rooting in the sky. Often it is a vertically symmetrical pattern of two vines which sprout out of a central vessel; two souls growing together as...

Celtic Tree of Life Ring

Celtic Tree of Life Ring

The Tree of Life is an ancient symbol found in all cultures. A tree connects heaven and earth by rooting in the earth and rooting in the sky. Often it is a vertically symmetrical pattern of two vines which sprout out of a central vessel; two souls growing together as...

Oak Druid Ring

Oak Druid Ring

The word Drui is Gaelic for Oak. The Oak, of course, is the most sacred tree to the Druids and Celts. It is a symbol of wisdom, strength and love. I named this ring the Oak Druid Ring because there are motifs of three different Oak leaves. Black oak, white oak and red...

Art Nouveau Thistle Ring

Art Nouveau Thistle Ring

This is an art nouveau style of thistle with a triskele dividing the two thistle heads. An 8th century artifact which provided inspiration was the Abington Sword, which has many creatures and many different Tree of Life motifs. This is an elegant and symmetrical...