An alliance ring is a ring with stones placed next to each other, a symbol of eternal love and connection. The oldest alliance rings known today were found in Egypt and are about 4000 years old. In ancient Egypt, the alliance ring was not only considered a memorial gift, but also an expression of love and appreciation. This tradition revived in Europe in the 18th century among nobility and has survived to this day.
Rings with five stones are interpreted culturally and always very personal. They often symbolize the individual members of the family and not infrequently they refer to the time lived together: the phase of getting acquainted, getting engaged, marriage, having children and growing old. They can also represent one’s own stages of life: Childhood, adolescence, stage of duties and family life, stage of retirement and counseling, stage of world renunciation, letting go and wisdom.
No other stone could be more suitable here than the diamond, since it represents “eternity” and “indestructible”, derived from the Greek ‘adamas’. Here, five brilliant-cut diamonds have been joined together in the course. Brilliants are brilliant cut diamonds, which means they have 57 facets that create a magnificent sparkle. Here, they are fueled by two rows of small set stones on each side. The ring shoulder is also set with diamonds. It ensures that the ring will not twist on the finger. The band was forged from round wires in the style of the 1950s. They splay out to the shoulder creating a soft, glistening transition. The ring is extremely comfortable to wear.