Yin Yang Dragon Sterling Silver Mens Ring, Meditation Ring (D)
Yin Yang Dragon Sterling Silver Mens Ring
Keywords: Meditation Ring, Yoga Jewelry, Tibetan Buddhist Jewelry, Chinese Taoist Ring, Mens Gift
This vintage Tibetan style sterling silver ring features the Yin Yang symbols and craved dragon symbols. It's wrapped with the power of traditional Chinese elements and blessing - give you balance, harmony, courage, and protection.
Size: (This is not a wedding ring, so you can wear on any finger which fits and looks good)
Band width: approx. 3/8 inch (1.2 cm), comes in three sizes
XX-Small: For finger circumference of 2.12 inches (54mm), Diameter 17.3mm, about US size 7
X-Small: For finger circumference of 2.25 inches (57mm), Diameter 18.2mm, about US size 8
Small: For finger circumference of 2.3 inches (59.5mm), Diameter 19mm, about US size 9
Medium: For finger circumference of 2.4 inches (62mm), Diameter 19.8mm, about US size 10
Large: For finger circumference of 2.55 inches (64.5mm), Diameter 20.6mm, about US size 11
X-Large: For finger circumference of 2.65 inches (67mm), Diameter 21.4mm, about US size 12
Do you know your ring size? We strongly advise you to accurately determine your ring size with our "ZentralDesigns Ring Size Chart" prior to place an order to avoid the size trouble and unnecessary cost.
Sterling Silver 925
-----"Yin Yang" Philosophy - Balance and Harmony
In Chinese philosophy, Yin and Yang (also Yin-yang or Yin Yang, 陰陽 "dark - bright") describe how seemingly opposite or contrary forces may actually be complementary, interconnected, and interdependent in the natural world, and how they may give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another.
The symbol of the Yin Yang consists of a circle divided into black (Yin) and white (Yang) sections by an S-like shape. There is a white dot in the black section while there is a black dot in the white section. In Ancient China, Yin and Yang represent two opposite forces which may be complementary, interconnected, and interdependent. Yin Yang indicates a balancing circle of life - with joy and sadness.
-----Dragon in Chinese culture
In China, dragon is the king of animals. Chinese dragons traditionally symbolize King and Emperor, and also a symbol of power, strength, talent, and good luck for people who are worthy of it.
Dragons symbolize power, strength, and good luck, and they were used on clothing and jewelries for Emperors in ancient Asian countries. The dragon power would remind the wearer to believe in good fortune at a difficult time and wait for the growth to come.