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Embossed Tibetan Ashtamangala Sterling Silver Spinner Ring, Eight Auspicious Symbols Ring

Regular price $36.00

Embossed Tibetan Ashtamangala Sterling Silver Spinner Ring, Buddhism Eight Auspicious Symbols Ring

Keywords: Buddhism Eight Auspicious Symbols, Spinner Ring, Vintage Style Meditation Ring, Mens Ring, Chinese Man Ring, India Ring

This is a vintage style to our most liked spinner rings collection! It has the deep cameo Ashtamangala ("Eight Auspicious" in Tibetan Buddhism: parasol, pair of golden fish, conch, treasure vase, lotus, infinite knot, Dhvaja victory banner and Dharmachakra golden wheel ) embossed on the outside, with a most favorited spinning action.

Tibetan Buddhists make use of the particular set of eight auspicious symbols -- ashtamangala, in household and public art. It's consider one of the most important part of Tibetan culture and Tibetan Buddhism.

The simple yet elegant design of this spinner ring represents the purity of Zen and Buddhism and brings your courage and hope for life.

Size: (This is not a wedding ring, so you can wear on any finger which fits and looks good)

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Band width: ⅜ inches (1 cm)

Ring Size:
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


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.

Material:
Sterling Silver 925


Meaning:
------"Eight Auspicious" in Tibetan Buddhism
Ashtamangala, The eight auspicious symbols of Tibetan Buddhism consist of: parasol, pair of fishes, treasure vase, lotus, white-spiraling conch shell, endless knot, victory banner, and golden wheel.
Groupings of eight auspicious symbols were originally used in India at ceremonies such as an investiture or coronation of a king. In Buddhism, these eight symbols of good fortune represent the offerings made by the gods to Shakyamuni Buddha immediately after he gained enlightenment.

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