Designed as three joined rings, at the centre the letter R enclosed in a black enamel frame, the clasped hands and the other side with turquoise enamel accents.
Weight: 2.5 gr
Also called “Fede Ring”.The name “fede” comes from the Italian phrase mani in fede (“hands [joined] in faith” or “hands [joined] in loyalty”). These rings date from Roman times, when the gesture of clasped hands was a symbol of pledging vows, and they were used as engagement/wedding rings in medieval and Renaissance Europe.
Fede rings are cast in the form of two clasped hands symbolizing faith and trust.