A Bright Fire Burns in My Heart

Waasa-agone Inde' white gold Native American wedding ring set

Wedding rings product information

Title:  Waasa-agone Inde' (A Bright Fire Burns in My Heart)
Type : Eagle feather ring,
comfort fit ring shanks
Materials : 14K white gold, a 0.236 x 0.118 inch (6x3 mm) marquise-cut red ruby set in a 14K yellow gold bezel in the ladies' ring. 
Set p rice from : 2,070 USD* / 2,903 CAD*
 / 2.210 EUR**
Price men's ring from : 847 USD* / 1,179 CAD* / 890 EUR**
Price ladies' ring from
1,235 USD* / 1,724 CAD* / 1.320 EUR**
Item number : LOVE-6
*Shipping costs included, US and Canadian tax rates excluded. Please note that persons who hold a Canadian First Nations status card  and live and work on their reserve  are generally tax exempt .
**Shipping costs excluded, Dutch BTW included.
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Bright like a pumpkin flower

These unique white gold wedding rings are titled waasa-agone inde', which is Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe) for “a bright fire burns in my heart", or: "bright with flame is my heart".


The stylized, white gold  feathers of Migizi  the Bald Eagle represent Giizhig , the sky and the light of day, and GICHI-MANIDOO , the spirit that lives in all living things. The sparkling red glow of the marquise-cut ruby stone set in yellow gold, gracefully mounted on the white gold feather of the ladies’ ring, symbolizes the south and, particularly, the love fire that, bright and yellow like a waasagone or pumkin flower, burns simultaneously in the hearts of two partners for life.


Zhaawan , the southern direction, being an essential part of the circle of life, symbolizes and sustains life that grows toward spiritual as well as physical maturity, and toward adulthood. The south also refers to the period called niibin (the summer), and to the time of day that Migizi, the eagle with the white head, spreads his mighty wings and sores high up in the sky. Zhaawan and grandfather Eagle bring the love couple understanding of GICHI-MANIDOO, the Mystery of Life.

Gaawiin begaanizid

Giineta bishiigenimin.


"I care for no one else

I care only for you".


-Ojibwe love song