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Seal of Solomon Ring, Turki...

The Seal of Solomon (or Ring of Solomon; Hebrew: חותם שלמה Ḥotem Shelomo; Arabic: خاتم سليمان Khātam Sulaymān) is the signet ring attributed to King Solomon in medieval mystical traditions, from which it developed in parallel within Islamic and Jewish mysticism and in Western occultism.

The Seal of Solomon is the signet ring attributed to King Solomon in medieval mystical traditions, from which it developed in parallel within Islamic and Jewish mysticism and in Western occultism. It is the predecessor to the Star of David, which became the symbol of the Jewish people in modern times.

Brand Name: Silva Silver
Item Weight: 9
Metals Type: Silver
Metal Stamp: 925,Sterling
Origin: TR(Origin)
Gender: Men
Main Stone: NONE
Fine or Fashion: Fine
Side Stone: Zircon

Why buy from us?
World’s most famous Turkish Rings manufacturer for more than glorious 30 years. Boutique spiritual has a wide product range for Turkish Rings. High-quality rare ``Handcrafted`` Turkish Rings for our worldwide customers.


Why Buy a Turkish Ring?
Turkey’s ancient history is associated with Ottoman Empire which is both colorful and unique. The Turkish Ring is actually the most beautiful handcrafted ring in the world that usually gets passed down from elders to the young generations. Rings are made by using traditional techniques but with a modern touch. Men and women who love real high-quality silver jewelry only buy Turkish rings from Boutique spiritual.


Who are we?
We are Boutique spiritual. We make beautiful Turkish Rings with High-class craftmanship which looks as good as it feels to wear them, We sell them at a way lower price than retailers to make them affordable. You won't find a ring this good anywhere in the world, These rings are only available on Boutique Spiritual.

The easiest method:

  1. Wrap string or paper around the base of your finger.
  2. Mark the point where the ends meet with a pen.
  3. Measure the string or paper with a ruler (mm).
  4. Pick the closest measurement on the ring size chart to find your ring size.

 

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