Ring
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Miniature Worlds Crafted Inside Wooden Rings By Secret Wood | Designwrld
Canadian jewelry maker Secret Wood designs and produces beautiful and unique wooden rings that encompass little worlds inside them.
Why Do Couples Exchange Rings With Vows? The Elusive Ancient Origins Of Wedding Rings
The image of a couple exchanging rings during a wedding ceremony is instantly recognizable, and is held as an ancient tradition. A ring on a certain finger indicates that the wearer is married, but ma...
Flawless diamond sells for $22.1m in New York
A flawless 100-carat diamond sells for $22.1m (£14.8m) at Sotheby's auction house in New York.
Woman Shocked When $10,000 Ring Revealed In $20 Candle!
Congratulations! You're about to experience the most perfect gift trend of 2015. Women everywhere are shocked when they discover a beautiful ring has been hidden inside an incredible $20 scented candl...
Iffland-Ring
The Iffland-Ring is a diamond-studded ring with the picture of August Wilhelm Iffland (an actor, dramatist and theatre director who played Franz Moor in the premiere of Friedrich Schiller's Die Räuber...
Iffland-Ring - Wikipedia
Why Do Couples Exchange Rings With Vows? The Elusive Ancient Origins Of Wedding Rings
The image of a couple exchanging rings during a wedding ceremony is instantly recognizable, and is held as an ancient tradition. A ring on a certain finger indicates that the wearer is married, but ma...
Flawless diamond sells for $22.1m in New York
A flawless 100-carat diamond sells for $22.1m (£14.8m) at Sotheby's auction house in New York.
Fáinne
Fáinne ([ˈfaːnʲə], pl. Fáinní but often "Fáinnes" in English) is the name of a pin badge worn to show fluency in, or a willingness to speak, the Irish Language.The three modern versions of the pin as ...
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Seal of Algiers
The coat of arms of Algiers, the capital of Algeria, was created after the country's independence, it shows a fortress, which symbolizes the Casbah, and a boat which symbolize the Algerian fleet, vita...
Seal of Algiers - Wikipedia
Kakute
Kakute are rings made of iron or steel that were sometimes worn by the ninja, and favored by the kunoichi, having one to four metal spikes protruding from it. The spikes were sometimes dipped in pois...
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MIT class ring
Massachusetts Institute of Technology's class ring, often called the Brass Rat, is redesigned each year by a committee of MIT students. The class ring has three main sections: the bezel, containing MI...
MIT class ring - Wikipedia
List of Middle-earth food and drink
The following list of Middle-earth food and drink includes all fictional items of food and drink featured in J. R. R. Tolkien's fantasy writings.
Appearing in The Hobbit and mentioned in The Lord ...
CTR ring
"Choose the right" is a saying or motto among members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) that is taught to children and used by members of the church as a reminder to act ...
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Mother's ring
A mother's ring is a type of memorial jewelry. It has a birthstone for each of the children of a woman, either living or dead. They can represent a mother or grandmother's family, can include birthsto...
Iron Ring
The Iron Ring is a ring worn by many Canadian-trained engineers, as a symbol and reminder of the obligations and ethics associated with their profession. From a concept originated in 1922, the ring is...
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Tiffany mount
A Tiffany mount or Tiffany setting is a set of prongs (called a claw, crown, or coronet) that hold a gemstone and attach it to a plain band ring. It is a common setting for a diamond solitaire engagem...
Tiffany mount - Wikipedia
Eternity ring
An eternity ring is a lady's ring, worn on the hand, comprising a band of precious metal (usually gold) set with a continuous line of identically cut gemstones (usually diamonds) to symbolize never-en...
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One Ring
The One Ring is an artefact that appears as the central plot element in J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (1954–55). It is described in an earlier story, The Hobbit (1937), as a magic rin...
One Ring - Wikipedia
Green Lantern
Green Lantern is the name of a number of fictional superheroes that appear in American comic books published by DC Comics. They fight evil with the aid of power rings that grant them a variety of extr...
Green Lantern - Wikipedia
Gimmal ring
A gimmal ring, or gimmel ring, is a ring with two or three hoops or links that fit together to form one complete ring. The name gimmal comes from Latin gemellus, twin, via Old French.In the 16th and 1...
Pre-engagement ring
A pre-engagement ring is a ring given to a romantic partner to signify a commitment to a monogamous relationship, often as a precursor to an engagement ring. They can be worn on any finger, but those ...
Draupnir
In Norse mythology, Draupnir (Old Norse "the dripper") is a gold ring possessed by the god Odin with the ability to multiply itself: Every ninth night eight new rings 'drip' from Draupnir, each one of...
Draupnir - Wikipedia
Ring enhancers
Ring enhancers, often called Ring Guards, Ring Wraps, or Curved Rings are uniquely designed rings, created to be worn with solitaire diamond rings. The sole purpose of a ring enhancer is to complemen...
Seal (East Asia)
A seal, in an East Asian context, is a general name for printing stamps and impressions thereof which are used in lieu of signatures in personal documents, office paperwork, contracts, art, or any ite...
Seal (East Asia) - Wikipedia
Friedrich Haase
Friedrich Haase (1 November 1827 – 17 March 1911) was a prominent German actor and theatre director. He was born in Berlin, the son of a valet to King Frederick William IV, who was his godfather...
Friedrich Haase - Wikipedia
Mood ring
A mood ring is a ring which contains a thermochromic element, such as liquid crystal. The mood ring was created in 1975 by two New York inventors, Josh Reynolds and Maris Ambats, who bonded liquid cry...
United States Military Academy class ring
The cadets of the United States Military Academy first began the practice of wearing class rings in 1835. The United States Military Academy class ring has traditionally been worn on the left hand, b...
United States Military Academy class ring - Wikipedia
August Wilhelm Iffland
August Wilhelm Iffland (19 April 1759 – 22 September 1814) was a German actor and dramatic author.
His father intended him to be a clergyman, but Iffland preferred the stage, and at eighteen ran a...
August Wilhelm Iffland - Wikipedia