Title: Migizi Miigiwewin (Gift of the White-Headed Eagle) Type: Eagle feather wedding ring, comfort fit ring shanks of 0.157 in (4 mm) wide. Materials: 14K yellow gold (men's ring feather design and ring shank of the ladies' ring ), 14K white gold (ladies' ring feather design and ring shank of the men's ring); 14K yellow gold bezel; Top Wesselton-V.V.S.I.-F/G-(2-2)-422, 0.06 ct (0.098 in) brilliant-cut white diamond in the ladies' ring Set price from: 2,167.00 USD*/ 2,905.00 CAD*/ 2.270 EUR** Price men's ring from: 898.00 USD*/ 1,203.00 CAD*/ 890,00 EUR** Price ladies' ring from: 1,348.00 USD*/ 1,806.00 CAD*/ 1.380 EUR** Item number: LOVE-14
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**Shipping costs excluded, Dutch BTW included.
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Some considerations when measuring ring sizes:
Since the wider a ring is, the tighter it will fit, please note that your sizes must be measured with a ring sizer (a jeweler's wedding band gauge) of the same width as the rings of your choice.
The best size is usually the ring that fits snugly and gives a little resistance when you take it off. If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to ask.
Eagle feathers and the gifts of Love, Vision and Courage
Feathers of Mishoomis Migizi, the mighty Bald Eagle Grandfather, adorn these elegant bicolor gold wedding rings designed and handcrafted in Zhaawano's studio; the ladies' ring's feather design is mounted with a brilliant-cut white diamond. The feathers represent the spirit of the eagle, and therefore communication with, and love for, the Great Mystery of the Universe. Migizi's feathers are believed to convey human thoughts and feelings; these wedding rings are a reminder to a married couple to speak and act with debwewin (a straight mind) and bekide'ewin(a pure heart). The feathers encourage the owners of the rings to allow their spirit to seek fulness and their heart to seek peace; the sparkling diamond of the ladies' ring represents Grandfather Migizi's gifts of love, vision, and courage.