Niche and Eccentric Accessories for 2022 (CBSD Ring, YinYang Necklace, Cosmic Ring, etc.)
All people like to collect things or trinkets here and there. Often times, people like to collect niche collectibles that are unusual, it all depends on the hobbies and personality of a person.
This lists provides you with some of the most eclectic and uncommon accessories. We have compiled some fun trinkets for you to choose from! Scroll down to know what these are:
First up on the list is the Ring of the Order of Saint Benedict with two medieval crosses. This ring is the symbol of the values of the Benedictines: "Ora et labora" (Pray and work).
Religious ring of St. Benedict of superior quality in silver stainless steel. On this signet was engraved the cross of St. Benedict, considered by Catholics and Orthodox as the patriarch of the monks of the West. This signet is particularly effective in repelling evil spirits and will provide protection to the wearer. All the protection and love of Christ, in every moment of your day.
The universe a witness to your love. A delicate combined ring, unfolded is an astronomical sphere, the tips of hiding the temptation of the whole universe. The combination of machine design and jewelry and fun. A great addition to your astrological collection!
This 16th Century Astronomy Ball Ring was originally designed in the 1530s by Gemma Frisius, a famous German astrologer, philosopher, and instrument maker. Back then, the ring has used an instrument to tell time and help with navigation. And today, with the help of skilled modern craftsmen, the mysterious cosmic ring is now turned into an elegant vintage astronomy ball. Not only does it contain the star signs of the universe, but it also represents life and love.
Multi-Layered Spherical Ball Ring Design: When closed, it looks like any other ring, but as the different bands are fanned out, the ring takes on a unique quality. It’s the perfect gift for yourself, your friends or families, and all the other astronomy lovers out there.
Give them the universe through this unique 16th Century Astronomy Ball Ring.