Royal Vine Sapphire Ring



  • 14K Rose Gold, 5.70 gr
  • Red Sapphires: 0.14 ct
  • Size 57
Grapevines and making of wine in Egypt goes back to ancient antiquity. In predynastic and early dynastic periods (3200 bce and before) vineyards existed for the use of Egypt's rulers and nobles. Wine’s benefits were traced back to the gods and goddesses; it was said to be their “divine efflux” . According to the Greek writer Diodorus Siculus, the Egyptians thought that Osiris was the inventor of viticulture and taught winemaking to the Egyptians. Egyptians thought that wine had within itself the secret of rebirth and renewal of the crops and other vegetation, which was thought to be a result of the resurrection of Osiris. The ring is a symbol of rebirth featuring red sapphires.