Urmika Rings

      13 products


      Rings are a crucial component of Indian traditional jewellery. For centuries, the monarchy has worn them as emblems of power, with various patterns. Rings play an important role in both men's and a woman’s wedding jewellery. They are utilized in various societies around the world for engagement and wedding rituals. The ring finger is said to link to a vein that leads to the heart. As a result, wearing this piece of jewellery on that particular finger has come to symbolize a devoted relationship. Women's and men's rings are now worn with both ethnic and western outfits. By using Ferosh's user-friendly shopping app, you may buy rings online with simplicity.


      Give your clothing a fresh and contemporary lift by enhancing the attractiveness of your hands with our amazing range of ethnic rings available online at Ferosh. Plunge into Ferosh's stock and let the riot of colors and fascinating designs take your breath away. We are among the businesses that provide gold-plated finger rings. For a beach party, choose rings with bracelets and pair them with a long dress. Wear a stone-encrusted ring to your closest friend's wedding and pair it with a lehenga choli.


      At Ferosh, you may get the most beautiful ethnic rings and develop an impressive accessories collection. To go with your Kundan necklace and earrings, wear a lovely Kundan ring. When paired with a saree at a family gathering, these accessories would be a huge hit. For an Indian dance celebration, wear a fusion saree gown with a silver-plated ring and a pair of matching earrings. As you dance your way into the night, let your hands steal all of the attention. Choose a gold-plated finger ring for your parents' anniversary meal. Wear a floor-length gold-tone gown to go with this ethnic ring. Add a box clutch and a pair of nude pumps. As you carry your parents' anniversary cake to the stage, say hello to everyone.


      For a weekend date, use a gold ring with delicate designs. To create a head-turning ensemble, go all out with a red hot dress, golden handbag, high heels, and bright lips. Wear a big traditional ring with your ethnic kurta and jeans ensemble. Add a pair of sandals and a cross-body bag to complete the look. Go ahead and take a trip to a new city. Wear it with a billowy white dress and a ring with a bracelet. At a swanky gathering, don this look. Alternatively, you can stack numerous silver-plated rings in your hands to create a stylish layering effect. Add a pair of denim shorts and a tank top to complete the look. Spend a day at the beach reading a book and sipping Sangria to seem comfortable. With Ferosh's selection of ethnic rings, accessorizing can be both fun and stylish. Invest in some ethnic rings and let your fingers do the talking!


      Other types of jewellery can be added to your ring online shopping experience to make it more enjoyable. Choose from a variety of smart bracelets for women. Look for necklace sets for women that include matching necklaces and earrings. Choose bangles and rings to lend a touch of glitz to any ensemble. Our easy-to-understand purchase procedures make jewellery shopping a breeze.


      How much do Ethnic Rings cost, to begin with?

      Ethnic Rings have a common beginning price of Rs. 100.0. They do, however, are available in a variety of pricing ranges, depending on the fabric and work quality.

      What are some of the Ethnic Rings alternatives?

      Here are some of the most popular Ethnic Rings alternatives: Artificial Jewellery, Amethyst Rings, Diamond Rings for Women, Pearl Rings, and Stone Rings for Women

      What significance do rings have?

      During Ancient Egyptian and Roman eras, the wedding band became a symbol of marriage. They thought the vena amoris, or "love vein," on the fourth finger of the left hand carried a vein that ran directly to the heart. As a symbol of the binding relationship of marriage, the ring was born.

      What is a large ring called?


      A cluster ring, sometimes known as a dinner ring, is a big, dramatic ring that rises significantly off the finger. It dates back to the 1930s when it was popular at cocktail parties.


      +Read more-Read Less