Indian Eagle Stainless Steel CZ Ring

This highly functional ring is perfect for men with enthusiasms in flight. The design, plated in the silver alloy, provides strength and protection to the wearer. This piece will make a wonderful addition to your collection or an excellent way to commemorate that next big achievement! Take flight with this stunning form of timeless jewelry.

Size: about 39 mm wide
Weight: about 23 g
Material: Stainless steel / CZ


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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: 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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What does the eagle represent to the Indians?

The eagle was a powerful symbol to Native Americans representing light, power, strength, and courage. It was also important in the Sun Dance Ceremony, which is performed by many Plains Indians tribes. The eagle’s supervision allowed it to see objects several times larger than they appeared to human eyes. This keen sight meant that the bird could look beyond the present and predict the future.

Eagle feathers were considered so powerful that they have been used in many rites of passage ceremonies such as naming, fasting, and vision quests.

In some tribes, eagles were not killed but were caught when young and then trained. A group of hunters could catch even a fully grown eagle on horseback as it swooped down on a horse. The hunters would lasso the legs of the eagle and pull it off course when in mid-flight. Once caught, The Indians covered their eyes, and like other birds in training, eagles believed that if they could not see you, you couldn’t see it! Eagle feathers were highly prized and often used in headdresses.

The Navajo believe that the eagle carries prayers to the Creator on its wings.

The eagle is still a powerful symbol in Native American culture today, with many tribes having their own interpretation of the bird’s symbolism. Eagles are seen as messengers on the East coast, and people turn to them for guidance like their ancestors did before them. On the West Coast, Indian tribes such as the Pomo and Coast Miwok view eagles as symbols of fertility and see them in much the same way as many modern-day women do when wanting to have a child.

About Our Men’s Animal Rings

If finger rings tend to be your thing, our silver animal ring selection is a must-have. Getting the fill of bold, animal rings is a snap when you shop at our online gothic store. Nobody’s ensemble could be complete without one of those stainless steel animal rings. They finish the wardrobe properly. Symbolic of protection, power, bravery and toughness, these amazing animal rings may be put on by anyone. It’s not unheard of to see super stars in Hollywood and rock artists all over the world sporting animal rings.

animal Rings may be used to develop a one-of-a-kind look.

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