Army Rings are created for men and women to commemorate their years spent in the service. Rings can be designed to record achievements and milestones in any soldier’s career. These men and women of the United States Army spend their time defending our freedom. They make great sacrifices so that we can live in peace and harmony. Custom made army rings serve to commemorate the bravery of all the members of our forces.
We have unique selection of gold and silver rings. Prices range from $199.00 for the durable metal known as Celestrium. This metal can be mixed with Gold or Silver to create a very beautiful ring which can be worn on a daily basis without getting damaged. Before you start into the process of designing a ring, it is important to know where everything goes. We have created a template to assist you with this process.
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Army Veteran Rings
Retirement army veteran rings are very popular as a gift at the end of a soldier’s service. It is quite common to mark this specific milestone with a special item of jewelry. The popular choice in this regard is the more expensive Gold Army Rings which are available in White and Yellow Gold. They can be engraved with the dates of service and are truly treasured by those who receive them.
Example Of A Well Designed Army Ring
On both sides of the ring you will be offered the option of personalization and also on the top and inside the ring. The sides can be customized with the branch, division or unit emblems that you have served with during your career. Above the emblems there is a space where you can place your name or a specific date.
Example: 1984-2004, this indicates the the wearer of the ring spent twenty years in the service. The creative drop down menu in our shops are easy and user friendly, and will allow you to create beautiful Army Rings in approximately five minutes.
Army Rings For Men
In the Army there are literally hundreds of units and divisions. We can’t say that we have all of them but we certainly have most of the current popular ones. Divisions such as the 1st Armor Division and 1st Cavalry Division are common army rings for sale. The Infantry Divisions from the 1st to the 29th are available. The 82nd Airborne, the 101st Airborne and the 173rd Airborne are cast. We have the branch insignia such as Aviation, Cavalry, Infantry, Military Police Corps, Warrant Officer, Ordnance Corps, Corps of Engineers and the Chaplin’s Corps. If you don’t see the emblem you want in our drop down selector, please contact us for further assistance.
Army Rings can be used to signify many different things. The most important element of rings is to display pride in the service. The name of the soldier and the unit or division they served with will be engraved on the ring. Rings can be a token of simple affection. They can be a symbol of eternal love, like wedding rings, engagement rings and promise rings. They can signify membership in a fraternal organization, such as Masonic rings. All rings are custom made in Gold and Silver. Rings can be designed to commemorate special milestones and achievements. Military and service rings show a person’s pride in being a member of one of his or her country’s armed forces. Currently there is a great demand for deployment rings as these will become very much a record of history and military service.
There is an extensive range of military rings online, which can be fully personalized. There is also the signet rings which will display the branch emblem and the family name. A custom military ring is an icon that a person bears for his services to the country and gives a feeling of pride that lasts fro a whole life. These deployment rings are a mark of pride and patriotism that the soldiers bear around their finger on behalf of their nation. The Army – men and women who protect us, and who protect our freedom, through their selfless sacrifice. We honor with pride those who serve. What better way to show their pride, what better way to honor their commitment and their sacrifices, than a beautiful Army ring that is a visual symbol of their participation?