Interlocking Russian Wedding Rings - Rolling Rings
Russian Wedding Rings were first seen in the 19th-century Russian wedding culture. The three interlocking rings have been a tradition ever since. The true meaning of the three rings is unknown, but has been thought of being a representation of the Holy Trinity - the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. It also has been known to represent the past, present, and future of the couple.
The interlocking rings are also known as rolling rings, as they magically roll over one another up and down your finger when you play with them. An awesome set of rings and a fidget spinner, all in one! What more can you ask for!
Each ring's width is 2mm.
- Each set of rings is handcrafted to order, please allow 1-2 weeks before shipping.
- When ordering, please leave your ring size in the message box at checkout.