Four Celestial Guardians Ring-Titanium Steel


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Titanium Steel Electro-Black Four-God Beast Ring|Four Celestial Guardians Ring-Titanium Steel| Men’s Retro Fashion Handwear

Product Material: Titanium Steel

Product Modeling: Tetragod Animal Zodiac

Product Style: Men

Product Packaging: Independent Packaging

Product Style: Retro Personality

Product color: plated black

Product width: 10mm

The Four Celestial Guardians. The Azure Dragon of the East, the Vermilion Bird of the South, the White Tiger of the West, and the Black Turtle of the North. Each was the custodian of a season, a cardinal point and an element. To this day, their symbols are used for protection against evil and ill omens.

Carry the protection of the elements with you with this beautifully detailed Four Celestials Titanium Steel ring!

This durable ring is Ion Plated, making it 5 to 8 times more durable than conventional plated jewelry. It is water-resistant and comes highly polished to accentuate its detailed carvings.

About the Four Celestials

The four celestial animals represent different elements that make up the world. Each of them also guards a cardinal direction on the compass.

They are carved on different sides of this ring:

The Black Tortoise (North) – A symbol of longevity, happiness and wisdom, the turtle represents the water element.

The Red Phoenix (South) – This fiery bird is a symbol of growth and rebirth. Together with the dragon, they represent wedded bliss. The phoenix represents the fire element.

The Green Dragon (East) – A symbol of power, wealth and good fortune. The dragon also represents the wood element.

The White Tiger (West) – A symbol of protection and virtue, the white tiger represents the metal element.

When depicted together, the celestial animals are said to encourage auspicious energy. This manifests in prosperity and protection for their owners.

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