The symbolic meaning of animals can give special meaning to the ring. This is the reason why animal rings have always been popular. Traditionally, people think that people who wear them have animal-related characteristics when they are worn as lucky charms.
No. 1: Snake Rings
The most popular animal ring is undoubtedly the snake ring. This ring is the most popular animal ring in our shop with its elegant and beautiful shape as well as durable material.
For the Egyptian pharaohs, the snake represented the royal family and the gods. They wore the snake on their neck as a sacred pendant. The Romans have different interpretations, from eternal love to a symbol of wisdom. In Greek mythology, the snake is a symbol of wisdom and is regarded as the goddess of the moon and fertility. People wear snake rings to commemorate Asclepius-the god of medicine in Greece. It can be said that snakes appear in almost all religions, cultures and civilizations as a symbol, legend or myth.
The snake is a symbol of regeneration, fertility, recovery and infinity. In ancient Greece and Rome, the snake was regarded as a symbol of regeneration and rebirth because of its shedding. For the Victorians, the snake symbolized endless love.
In 1839, Prince Albert designed a snake ring for Queen Victoria, which symbolizes eternal love. It makes the snake one of the most iconic patterns in jewelry. It would be an understatement to say that Queen Victoria's ring has set off a trend throughout the UK and even Europe. Snake rings are very popular and become one of the most fashionable ring styles.
No. 2: Wolf Rings
The symbolic meaning of wolves is ambiguous, ranging from negative associations with darkness, aggressiveness, and superpowers to positive wolf characteristics such as curiosity, intelligence, playfulness, strong protection of young wolves, loyalty to packs of wolves, and powerful hunting skills and a clear social structure.
Wolves have been fascinating from the early days because they look very much like dogs-man's best friend. They are closely connected with light, sun, moon and spirit. The wolf also guides the dead and is closely connected with the underworld.
In Celtic symbols and myths, the wolf is regarded as a symbol of warriors. Fenrir is one of the most terrifying monsters in Norse mythology. He is the son of Loki and Angrboða. Fenrir defeated Odin in a decisive battle and swallowed Odin, the "Father of the Gods".
No. 3: Cat Rings
The cat is a symbol of various connotations, including negative and positive aspects. It symbolizes not only the devil, witchcraft, darkness, but also independence, freedom, spiritual enlightenment, intuition, balance, and hope. It is believed that cats have magical powers and can even resurrect the dead.
The Cheshire Cat is a fictional cat made by Lewis Carroll in The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland and is known for its unique mischievous smile. A distinctive feature of the Alice-style Cheshire cat is that its body periodically fades away, leaving only the last visible trace: its iconic grin.
No. 4: Lion Rings
The lion is one of the most popular themes and symbols in ancient times and many cultures, as the existing statues, sculptures and jewelry indicate.
As one might imagine, the symbolic meaning of the lion mainly involves power, because the lion is called the king of beasts. Throughout the ancient world, the vibrant yellow lion mane made it a natural solar symbol. It is a nocturnal creature, the fact that the lion is a symbol of authority and command to the subconscious (because the night is an ancient symbol of the subconscious or dream). Besides, the lion also symbolizes bravery, justice, wisdom, dignity, majesty, authority and royalty. The lion plays the role of guardian in many cultures.
No. 5: Bear Rings
The bear symbolizes strength and great courage. In difficult times, the bear’s spirit is a strong backing. It provides a foundation of courage and stability to face challenges. The bear is also a guide to lead in life. Its power and strong position will inspire you to play a leading role in your life and act fearlessly.
The bear is one of the most powerful and ferocious animals known to the Vikings. Its raw power, ferocity, and strength were legendary and often sought in a warrior. It is easy to understand why the Vikings are fascinated by them and want to imitate them. Viking berserkers who gain the bear’s spirit and courage are the wildest warriors.
No. 6: Tiger Rings
The tiger represents strength, courage and ambition. This animal symbolizes the release of fear, represents truth, justice and integrity.
For Native Americans, the tiger represents leadership, physical grace and strength. It also exhibits intuitive ability, sensitive hearing and night vision. Tigers are also the spiritual guardians of many western cultures. In the East, people are always in awe of the tiger’s beauty, but also latent fear of its immense power.