1776 Crossed Guns Stainless Steel Ring

Spread your love for America! Wear a ring commemorating when thirteen colonies rose against Britain and won their independence. The 1776 cross of guns is simple yet captures the essence of American freedom. Atop the cross are two bold letters-USA! These rings are made from stainless steel, in an eagle design, with 13 stars on one side and “1776” on the other.
The nicely polished metal smoothes easily over your fingers as you proudly represent democracy around town, whether at school or just grocery shopping with mom. Share this encouraging message with others by giving it to them as a gift wrapped inside our wooden display box! Plus, pick between sizes 7 through 12 so fans and patriots can wear them.

Size: about 12 mm high, 18 mm wide
Weight: about 20 g
Material: Stainless Steel


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Sizing Guide


  1. Make a thin strip of paper with a length of at least 3 inches and a width of no more than 5 mm.
  2. Squeeze it tightly around the base of your ring finger.
  3. Make a mark with a pen or pencil where the ends overlap.
  4. Lay it flat and measure its length in millimeters using a ruler.
  5. Find the appropriate ring size in t

ring size measuring chart

B – IF YOU KNOW YOUR SIZE: If you know the size or finger measurements (in mm), you may input your information on any ring conversion website.

An sample of a ring sizing conversion chart is as follows: http://www.onlineconversion.com/ring size.htm


  1. Save the picture by right-clicking on it and selecting Save Image As.
  2. Print the picture without scaling it and make sure it’s 3.5 inches long from the ‘Read Size Here’ line to the finish.
  3. Cut off the printed picture and wrap the finger sizer around it. Take a look at the number next to the line that says ‘Read Size Here.’

size chart

Shipping & Returns

United States of America, Continental

Free delivery on purchases of $59.99 or more; else, shipping is $7.99.

Time for delivery:

  • 7–10 working days (eCommerce Shipping).
  • 4–7 working days (DHL Express Shipping).
  • The crafting period for made-to-order items is 20-30 days.


  • $15.99 for shipping

Time for delivery:

  • 10 to 20 working days (eCommerce Shipping).
  • 5–10 working days (DHL Express Shipping).
  • The crafting period for made-to-order items is 20-30 days.


Returns are free and easy within 30 days after delivery.

Products that are made to order cannot be returned or exchanged. Otherwise, a material cost of 30% would be applied.

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1776 Crossed Guns Meaning

The image of two guns crossed behind the number 1776 is a symbol often associated with the American Revolution and the birth of the United States of America. The number 1776 refers to the year in which the Declaration of Independence was adopted by the Continental Congress, which marked the beginning of the American Revolution.

The crossed guns behind the number 1776 symbolize the military aspect of the American Revolution, the fight for freedom and independence, and the bravery and sacrifice of the American soldiers. The crossed guns also represent the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution, which guarantees the right to bear arms and is often invoked as a symbol of the right to self-defense and the protection of individual liberties.

The symbol is often seen in a political context on patriotic merchandise. It is used by organizations and groups that promote Second Amendment rights and the right to self-defense. It’s also used by some conservative groups and is associated with the idea of the American Revolution and the nation’s birth.


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