If you believe in interfaith fellowship, then this ring will provide many opportunities to share that idea with the people you meet.
With one glance, people can see that the ring includes the Christian cross, but also the Jewish star, the Baha’i star and the Islamic crescent and moon. That is enough to spark the interest of any like-minded soul. On closer inspection, they will discover symbols for Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism and the Sikh faith – all beautifully highlighted against an oxidized silver background.
If you are a chaplain or work with people from diverse backgrounds, this is a subtle way to let them know that you are open to serving people of all faiths.
In addition to being a beautiful piece of jewelry and an attractive conversation piece, you can use it as a constant reminder of your connection to the Universal Spirit of all religions. Spin it on your finger when you are worried. Rub it as you pray.
The gold and black version of this multi-faith ring is the easiest to read. It is very dramatic, with the symbols standing out nicely against the black background. If you want something more subtle in gold, more earthy in silver, or if you just like to mix it up a bit, you can get the ring in oxidized silver or gold-plated without the black background. Get one of each and be ready for any occasion and any outfit.
Each ring starts out a size 9, then the wrap-around design allows you to adjust it to any adult ring size with just a little effort. Once sized, it is strong enough to keep its size well. You can wear it every day, or save it for special occasions.
The gold rings are cast from .925 silver and is then plated in 22k gold. They call this vermeil. Since it is gold plated, the gold will eventually wear off, leaving a warm silver ring. How long the gold lasts depends on your skin chemistry and how often you wear it. For most people, it will last for years.
The gold and black ring is has a durable black finish added to the background areas.
If you need something to show that you respect all religions, but don’t wear rings, check out all of our other interfaith jewelry here. We have multi-faith pendants, lapel pins, lanyards and more.