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 Proven for decades: Traditional Military Rings...

Traditional Rings of the German Navy

Proven for decades: Traditional Military Rings

From the master goldsmith in a traditional German workshop!

The federal eagle is incorporated on one ring leg, while the other ring leg bears the coat of arms or the badge of the respective military branches or lines of use. The individually desired stone is set in the head of the ring. The border is adorned with the official motto * of the Federal Republic of Germany: "Unity - Law - Freedom"
The traditional rings are made from 925 sterling silver as standard. On request, we will manufacture the traditional rings for you as gold rings made of 333 or 585 gold.

Important: Nothing is glued cheaply here! The material of the traditional ring is laboriously driven over the stone!

Your ring - your stone

You can equip our traditional rings with different colored stones. You can choose from 7 different colors:
•Ruby red,
• onyx black,
•Sapphire blue,
• spinel purple,
• tourmaline pink,
• Emerald green
• Hunter Green and
• Topaz yellow.

The stones are approximately 10mm x 12mm in size. With the exception of onyx black and hunter green (semi-precious stones, onyx, agate), all stones were produced synthetically. The cut and the brilliance of colors are impressive! Other gemstones available on request and at an additional cost.

Represent each branch of the armed forces

No matter if army, air force or navy. We manufacture a personal traditional ring for each type of service / line of use! By specifying your ring size and stone color, we will of course also follow your individual wishes. If a badge is not listed, just send us the one you want and we will make the ring for you!

We also manufacture the traditional ring with your badge!

Personal advice

If you have any further questions, please feel free to send us an email to or optionally a WhatsApp. Unfortunately, our english is not so good that we could have a fluent conversation on the phone. Therefore, please give us the chance to advise you in writing.




* According to the Austrian Germanist Paul Portmann-Tselikas