Two-Spirit wedding rings Two Feathers, One Spirit
Trouwringen Twee Veren, Een Ziel
Product information wedding rings
Title: Niizho Miigwanag, Ningo Ojichaag (“Two Feathers, One Spirit.”)
Type: Two-Spirit apliqué eagle feather wedding ring, comfort fit ring shank*
Both rings feature a high-quality 0.3149" x 0.1574" (8x4 mm) marquise-cut eco-friendly Swarovski gemstone OR a 0.236" x 0.118" (6x3 mm) moissanite OR a 0.236" x 0.118" (6x3 mm) diamond (read about Swarovski and moissanite gemstones at the bottom of this page)
Option 1: Sterling silver, Swarovski zirconia OR moissanite;
Option 2: 14K white gold, diamond OR moissanite set in 14K yellow gold
Sterling silver set price from: 1,567.00 USD** / 2,023.00 CAD** / 1.290,00 EUR***(Moissanite gemstones)
Sterling silver set price from: 1,081.00 USD** / 1,395.00 CAD** / 890 EUR***(Swarovski gemstones)
14K white gold set price from: 4,860.00 USD** / 6,272.00 CAD** / 4.000,00 EUR***(Diamond gemstones set in 14K yellow gold bezels)
14K white gold set price from: 3,207.00 USD** / 4,140.00 CAD** / 2.640,00 EUR*** (Moissanite gemstones set in 14K yellow gold bezels)
Item number: ZHAAWANART-WR-11 -SILVERSWAR (Swarovski stone in both rings)
ZHAAWANART-WR-11-SILVERMOISS (Moissanite stone in in both rings)
ZHAAWANART-WR-11 -WHITEGOLDDIAMOND (Diamond stone in both rings)
ZHAAWANART-WR-11 -WHITEGOLDMOISS (Moissanite stone in both rings)
*Apliqué is an overlay technique of soldering cut-out metal designs to a metal base.
**Prices are indicative and depend on the current price of silver and gold and gems and on ring sizes. Shipping costs included, US and Canadian tax rates excluded.
***Prices are indicative and depend on the ring sizes and the current price of silver and gold and gems and on exchange rates. Shipping costs excluded, Dutch BTW included. Please see Order guide for information on costs of delivery.
Please note that persons who hold a Canadian First Nations status card and who live and work on their reserve are generally tax exempt.
Ring sizing information
When ordering, make sure to mention the exact size(s) of the wedding band(s) of your choice.
Please note that professional sizing methods are more reliable and accurate than online or at-home methods. Professional sizing can be done at a local, reputable jeweler.
It is important to take into account the width of your band as wider bands typically require a larger size to fit comfortably. It is therefore always best to be sized with a ring sizer (a jeweler's wedding band gauge) of the same width as that of the ring you intend to purchase.
Please note that in case the ring size or sizes relayed by the customer to the jeweler turn(s) out to be inaccurate or no longer up-todate on delivery, all costs for resizing the ring(s) or making new ring(s) will be entirely for the customer's account.
Why choose a Swarovski gemstone?
Pure Brilliance Swarovski Zirconia is the most diamond-like Zirconia on the market – which makes it an excellent alternative to diamond for use in wedding rings.
Swarovski Zirconia and diamond share a great number of similarities and are very difficult to distinguish from one another. The very high refractive index and perfect cut of Swarovski Zirconia imitate the brilliance and fire of the purest diamonds. Swarovski Zirconia is very hard, heat resistant, and refracts light just like a diamond. These characteristics make it the most popular diamond imitation.
Diamonds are naturally occurring gemstones; Swarovski Zirconia, however, is a laboratory-created material. Diamonds are the hardest minerals that exist with a hardness of 10 on the Mohs scale. Swarovski Zirconia is still very hard, reaching a rating of 8.5.
Since Swarovski is eco-friendly because of its less exploitative mining practices necessary to obtain it, it makes it a popular alternative to diamonds. Last but not least, Swarovski gemstones cost less than moissanites and only a fraction of the price of a comparable diamond. This makes a wedding ring set with a Swarovski gemstone quite affordable.
Why choose a moissanite gemstone?
Moissanite is a rare gem, a precious gift from our Mother the Earth, discovered in a meteorite crater located in Canyon Diablo, Arizona, in 1893.
It is durable and tough (as it is extremely resistant to scratching, abrasion, breaking, or chipping), and more brilliant (has more rainbow colors) than diamond. Also, it doesn’t have the natural inclusions and cloudiness that diamond has.
Thanks to a dispersion that’s 2.4 times higher than diamond, moissanite bends light into mesmerizing rainbow flashes of fire - more than twice as much as diamond.
Moissanite is extremely resistant to scratching and abrasion. Diamond is the hardest gemstone used in jewelry but moissanite, with a hardness of 9.25, is harder than all other gemstones including ruby and sapphire.
The Moissanite stones that we use in our wedding rings, recreated in a lab through a patented thermal growing process, are all high-quality gems precisely hand-cut by a master gem cutter from Charles & Colvard. The technology used creates maximum brilliance, intensifying an ultimate fire, and guaranteeing an unmatched brilliance and fire for life.
A moissanite gemstone, eco-friendly because of its less exploitative mining practices necessary to obtain it, makes it a popular alternative to diamonds. Last but not least, moissanite costs a fraction of the price of a comparable diamond, which makes our wedding rings much more affordable.