A noble sculpted and carved solid sterling silver lion portrait ring with or without 3D brass Adi Shakti / Khanda designs on sides. These are adjustable size rings which we offer in two sizes. Under main photo, click image with two rings. On left is large size, on right is small size. They are sturdy rings with lovely, clear detail.
Small size - fits ring sizes from 6 3/4 or 15 - 8 1/5 or 18
Large size - fits ring sizes from 8 1/5 or 18 - 10 3/4 or 24
Try to give us your actual ring size and we'll do our best to send your large or small ring adjusted to that size.
We'll begin shipping these rings around March 15, 2020. They are $50 each during this pre-order. After purchase by March 15th, we will credit your shipping charges, whatever our system charged you in full to anywhere in the world, if you order before then. We'll ship via 1st class mail through the postal service. After March 15th, the price will go up to $70 plus shipping.
Silver encourages self-containment and inward reflection. It provides one with patience and perserverance and can be a window to the Soul. It supports one's efforts to go within and explore the deepest aspects of the Self and Nature. It assists one in perceiving the truth behind surface appearances. It aids one in exploring the deep inner realms of emotion and intuition. It is a favorite of those who honor the feminine aspect of nature. Silver brings attunement to the emotional self. It can assist one in embracing mystery and surrendering to the unknown. Can aid in cooling excess heat in the body and bolster the immune system's ability to fight infection.
The Adi Shakti or Khanda is a symbol of infinity. It relates to primal creative power and has three parts to its design:
The Khanda is the double-edged central dagger, representing the straight and narrow path of righteousness, the razor’s edge that cuts both ways – in that what you do to others you are actually doing to your Self. In yogic terms, the khanda represents neutral mind – the ability to make non-reactive decisions.
The two Kirpans are curved single-edged knives on both sides of the symbol and represent the polarities that need to be balanced by neutrality: temporal and spiritual, negative and positive, etc. In yogic terms, these two kirpans represent the negative and positive minds. Guru Hargobind (one of the founders of Sikhism) wore two swords, signifying Miri – political or temporal power, and Piri – spiritual sovereignty.