Heart spinner ring
Heart spinner ring
Item code RK4 - Heart Spinner Ring is a hypo allergenic stainless steel spinner ring. All good quality spinner finger rings are made with two rings. The inner ring that fits on your finger is different from the outer ring, The inner ring is thicker and strong so that it can hold and properly let the outer ring spin. We designed our outer spinner band to feature one large silver smooth heart. There is only one heart on the front side the back side is just the band. This will add a popular look to your wardrobe.
Heart Spinner Ring Details
- Item RK4
- American Design
- Comes in sizes 7-10
- Inner Heart Band measures 1/8 inch wide
- Entire Band measures 1/4 inch wide
- Spinner Band Ring features one Heart in the center of the band that spin's all the way around the outer band
- High Polished Silver Finish Stainless Steel Spinner Style Ring
This heart ring creates a simple yet elegant jewelry statement with its high polished features. It moves on a smooth spinning band decorated with only one smooth heart. The perfect match for fashion and fun.
True American Design by Americans who put America first. We put Americans to work and bless 1000’s of American families with unique Christian Jewelry with stunning design, quality, and family values. We are born and raised right here in the USA. We have been serving the American people since 1993.
What Makes A Heart Ring So Special?
The Inspiration behind our Heart spinner ring is a traditional heart ring which represents love, loyalty, and friendship. But what if it could mean more and be a symbol of our faith as individuals? What if this ring could be a strong reminder of Jesus? Check out Max Lucado who frames this question for you and me to think about...
"Your heart gets the day off, and your life is led by the heart of Christ. His priorities govern your actions. His passions drive your decisions. His love directs your behavior.
What would you be like? Would people notice a change? Your family – would they see something new? Your coworkers – would they sense a difference? What about the less fortunate? Would you treat them the same? And your friends? Would they detect more joy? How about your enemies? Would they receive more mercy from Christ’s heart than from yours?
And you? How would you feel? What alterations would this transplant have on your stress level? Your mood swings? Your temper? Would you sleep better? Would you see sunsets differently? Death differently? Taxes differently? Any chance you’d need fewer aspirin or sedatives? How about your reaction to traffic delays? (Ouch, that touched a nerve.) Would you still dread what you are dreading? Better yet, would you still do what you are doing?" ((read more click here))
History of the Heart Symbol
The heart symbol or "heart shape" (?) is an ideograph used to express the idea of the "heart" in its metaphorical or symbolic sense as the center of emotion.The combination of the "heart shape" and its use within the "heart" metaphor developed at the end of the Middle Ages. It became widely popular in the 16th century. In the Renaissance and Early Modern Times the Heart symbol can be seen on the bible Jesus holds in the Empress Zoe mosaic in the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. It probably dates from 1239. Check out this image from 1486 depiction of the Five Wounds