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Minimalist 2mm Titanium Ring-
Minimalist 2mm Titanium Ring
$69.99
Titanium Dragon Ring-
Titanium Dragon Ring
$49.99
Viking Odin Norse Runes Stainless Steel Spinner Ring-
Viking Odin Norse Runes Stainless Steel Spinner Ring
$59.99
Viking Odin Norse Runes Glowing Script Stainless Steel Ring-Blue-7-
Viking Odin Norse Runes Glowing Script Stainless Steel Ring
$59.99
Meteorite Arrow Tungsten Carbide Wedding Band with Rose Gold Sleeve-
Meteorite Arrow Tungsten Carbide Wedding Band with Rose Gold Sleeve
$149.99
Blue Cubic Zirconia Stainless Steel Wedding Band-Silver/Blue-7-
Blue Cubic Zirconia Stainless Steel Wedding Band
$99.99
Brushed Stainless Steel Wedding Band with Blue Sleeve and Blue Groove-
Brushed Stainless Steel Wedding Band with Blue Sleeve and Blue Groove
$99.99
Dragon Inlay Stainless Steel Ring-
Dragon Inlay Stainless Steel Ring
$49.99

The color blue is named after the Old High German word “bloat.” This was used to create the French word bleu and the Middle English word blew. This color is the color of lapis lazuli. This was used by ancient people from Egypt to ornament their tombs, bodies, and more. 

Blue rings and masculinity go together perfectly. Over half of men self report that their favorite color is blue. And a huge selection of women also love the color blue. So it is the perfect color for a ring! The color of the sky and the ocean. 

Blue is actually the rarest color that exists on planet Earth. It is often associated with poisonous plants and animals. For example, the dart frog is poisonous and a beautiful cobalt blue color. However, it is usually associated with human traits such as honesty and integrity. This color has incredible properties and is worthy of jewelry that you will wear forever. 

Symbolism of Blue

Blue conveys stability, loyalty, honesty, and peace. It has been proven to be the best choice for potential interviewees to wear to a job interview. This helps the candidate convey that they are honest and hardworking. Interestingly enough, weightlifters have been shown to be able to lift heavier weights when they are working out in a gym that is painted blue. It is also a common color for schools to paint their classrooms. This is because it has been shown in clinical studies to promote problem solving and increase productivity in school children under ten.  What a cool phenomenon! 

Businesses also use this color to help drive their message home. For example, many business professionals use blue for advertising and when making their branding imagery. Businesses who sell cleaning products, deodorants, eye drops, and more. They use this to demonstrate the fact that these products are clean and pure. 

Have you ever wondered why police officers wear blue? This tradition dates back to the public servants in ancient Rome. This tradition is carried on with our proud boys (and girls) in blue today. Also, the Bible uses blue to denote heaven and grace. Many religious images show that the virgin Mary is covered in blue clothing or drapery. 

Why you should choose a blue ring? 

Only eight percent of the Earth’s population has blue eyes naturally. If you have a loved one with blue eyes, choosing a blue ring is a great way to honor the eyes you look into forever. It is also a great option if you love someone who works in a professional that wears blue. For example, if you are marrying a police officer, a member of the American navy, or a postal worker a blue wedding band is a cool way to honor their profession. 

History of Blue Rings 

One of the most famous engagement rings contained a blue stone. This was Princess Diana’s engagement ring that contained a blue sapphire. This ring was then used to ask Kate Middleton to marry the Prince William. So if you love the royal family, this is an amazing connection to the royal family of England. 

Originally, jewelry makers used sapphires to symbolize wisdom and good fortune. It also can stand for faithfulness and sincerity in a committed relationship. Who knew! If you are looking to show that your committed to your partner, blue rings are a great option. Another reason why you might choose a blue ring for a wedding ring is to honor your beloved’s interests. If your loved one works in a hospital or just loves the color blue, a wedding ring in the color blue can show your love for your sweetheart. 

In Greece, the color blue has a protective purpose. It is the same color as their evil eye charm or talisman. This small blue piece of jewelry is thought to promote peace and help ward off evil. Many Greeks wear blue evil eyed rings to protect them from negative energy and bad luck. 

Nowadays, blue rings are a great way to stand out from the crowd. Traditional choices for men’s rings include black, silver, gold, and grey. However, if you are the type of guy who likes to stand out from the crowd, try a blue ring. It will show off the cool tones in your skin and look great on every single skin tone. This is also a great way to put your favorite color on your hand!