Design by NiTride
This Ring holds multiple aspects of greek culture including
- Omega (letter of greek alphabet)
- Boeotian shield (a spartan shield)
- Meander art (greek border art)
Omega is the last letter of the greek alphabet. Through symbolism it can represent the end, or the ultimate limit of something. The letter is greatly used in many ways such as in christianity to represent the end of all things, and also in mathematics and engineering to denote and represent values of resistance in circuits and angular frequency/velocity.
The shield that the Omega symbol is placed on in this ring design is a boeotian shield, also known as a dipylon shield. It was used by spartan warriors in ancient greece.
The intricate pattern around the ring is meander art, which is a decorative pattern that was used within greek culture.
This ring also includes a curved inside surface for a comfortable fit.