Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Found my wedding ring!

"Gimmel ring. 1600-50, Europe. Gold enamel set with diamond and semi precious stone. The hand mechanism twists to unlock and the ring collapses into three interlocking bands"


  1. Oh, a Gimmel ring! It was very popular during the 16th and 17th century in Germany, England, and some other countries in the world. It is composed of two interlocking rings that the bride and groom would wear during the exchange of vows. After which, they would put the two rings together and the bride would wear it as one. It’s one of a kind, isn’t it? :)

    Rochel Faltus

  2. The ring does seem a bit out of the convention, but the uniqueness of the ring is what makes it special, right? For ages, this ring has been a symbol of elegance, power, and class. But more than that, it also represents the unity of love. Indeed, this is one of a kind! :)



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