A MANIFESTATION OF TRIUMPH AND HONOUR, A SIGN OF NOBILITY AND VIRTUE
The concept behind the creative design of the Ring of Knights is a thoughtful blend of the fearless spirit of knights and aristocracy of the medieval Western Europe. It embodies a noble sense of fashion that has withstood the test of time, as well as representing the wearer’s nobility, virtue and perseverance towards honourable success.
Chivalry advocates courage, justice, loyalty, courtesy, as well as other humanistic spirit. ADMALL’s exclusive The Ring of Knights not only serves as a fashion luxury, but is also a manifestation of the highest nobility and virtue. The core concept of the Ring of Knights revolves around the importance of self-cultivation and nurturing of virtue in one’s self. It serves as a constant reminder of the significance of always keeping to the righteous path and practicing self-discipline to the wearer.
Both the left and right sides of the Ring of Knights is carved with a combination of the Arabic numeral symbols of 5796, which represents “creating wealth through wisdom and virtue”. In our pursuit of triumph and honour, we have no choice but to face with many challenges and obstacles that may require us to continue to strive relentlessly until we realize our dreams and ultimately achieve our goals in life.
At the centre of the ring is an elegant blue crystal that is surrounded by a generous amount of white crystals, in the same way that the elegant moon is surrounded by countless sparkling stars, luxuriously extravagant yet still retaining a sense of elegance and style. Like the rest of ADMALL’s Jewellery Collection, The Ring of Knights also incorporates the colours of the Five Elements, which is the colour gold that represents the element of metal, the colour green that represents the element of wood, the colour blue that represents the element of water, the colour red that represents the element of fire, and last but not least, the colour yellow that represents the element of earth.
The Ring of Knights symbolises triumph and honour, and is a clear symbol of the status of its wearer, as well as his personal style and irresistible charisma.
THE SPIRIT OF THE KNIGHTS
The high society and nobility of medieval Europe highly praised and placed high prominence on noble character and personality. This led to the emergence of ‘a knight’s spirit’. Representing personal superiority, it also refers to the strengthening of courage, responsibilities and confidence.
The symbols of chivalry and aristocratic manners of present days are affected by the spirit of the knights. The virtues upheld by the spirit of the knights include courage, valor, honesty, justice, humility, etc.
Today, the spirit of the knights as portrayed in national consciousness or patriotism and religious overtones are no longer as prevalent as in the past. On the contrary, it has been integrated into the lives of the people. It has become society’s index for noble characters and high morals.