: Aabitaa-niibin Zaaga'igan (Midsummer Lake): 14K red gold and warm yellow gold : circa 0.276 in (7 mm) - 0.315 in (8 mm) : 2,320.00 USD* / 2,990.00 CAD* / 2.300,00 EUR***Prices are indicative and depend on the current gold price, ring sizes, and the current EURO-DOLLAR exchange rate. Shipping costs included, US and Canadian tax rates excluded.
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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.
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A dramatic sundown behind the waves of Gichigami
These wedding rings , with their graphic design and colors resembling the sacred copper that lives on the bottom of Gichi-gami, the Great Lake Superior, conjure up echoes of old Anishinaabe spirit memories that are still very much alive today. The rings distinguish themselves by their organic, wavy shape and feature – on the outsides as well as on the insides - stylized images of the sun. The partially depicted sun design on the outsides suggests a dramatic sundown behind the waves of Gichi-ogimaa-gami, the great lake that today is known as Lake Superior.
The graphic sun designs and warm colors of the ring surfaces and interiors depict the great gift of heat and light from Gimishoomisinaan Giizis, the grandfather of all Life on earth as he rises each morning in the east to perform his ritual dance across the southern sky. The red gold of the sun inlay of the ring exteriors represents his warm glow coloring the Great Lake red as he sinks in the water at the end of each day.
I like to think the the subtle interplay of the waving outlines - suggesting lake’s waves, thus escaping a too rigid precision in the ring design - and the carefully assembled, exuberantly warm gold color of the inlaid sun – sinking with golden gleams amid the waves of Gichigami -, lend mysterious beauty and romance to these one-of-a-kind wedding rings...