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Two-Spirit wedding rings Sound in Flight

Trouwringen Sound in Flight

Madweyaash Sound in Flight eagle feather

*When ordering or requesting a price quote please mention your ring sizes and the title or item# of the ring set. See further down for wedding ring sizing recommendations.

Product information wedding rings

Title: Madweyaash (Sound in Flight)
Type: Eagle feather ring, comfort fit ring shanks
Materials: 14K white gold, 0.236 x 0.118 inch (6x3 mm) marquise-cut blue sapphires set in 14K yellow gold bezels
Set price from: 2,320.00 USD* / 2,900.00 CAD* / 2.280.00 EUR**

Price of a single ring without a sapphire from: 917.00 USD* / 1,146.00 CAD* / 890,00 EUR**

Item number: LOVE-7

*Prices are indicative and depend on the current gold price, ring sizes, and the current EUR/DOLLAR exchange rates. Shipping costs included, US and Canadian tax rates and 5.9% additional money transfer and/or credit card fees excluded.

**Prices are indicative and depend on the ring sizes and the current gold price. Shipping costs excluded, Dutch BTW included.

N.B.1: Prices exclude  5.9% additional money transfer and/or credit card fees. International bank-to-bank transfers are free of charge.

N.B.2: Persons holding a Canadian First Nations status card and living and working on their reserve are generally tax exempt.


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The story of the rings

These elegant white gold wedding rings are titled madweyaash, which is Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe)  for “sound of flight," or, more precisely, "sound in flight."

Title and shape of the wedding rings, suggesting movement as well as sound, symbolize Migizi, the American bald eagle in full flight, whose feathers in turn represent MANIDOO, the sacred spirit that lives in all living things.

The twisted wire of white gold that runs the length of both eagle feathers represents braids of wiingashk (northern sweetgrass), which the Anishinaabeg regard as a sacred plant that symbolizes the hair of Mother Earth, and Giiwedin, the northern direction. Wiingask, the sacred grass, is often used in prayer and for smudging in purifying ceremonies.

Giiwedin is also represented by the dark, sparkling glow of the marquise-cut blue sapphire stones set in yellow gold, asymmetrically mounted on the white gold feathers of both wedding rings. Our ancestors knew Giiwedin to be the direction of sickness and decay, but also of wisdom and spiritual renewal. 

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Madweyaash Ojibwe eagle feather wedding

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.

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