Transformed from a Swiss 2 franc coin, handmade, very collectible
"Edelweiss" comes from two German words. "Edel" means "nobility" and "weiss" is the German word for "white." The meaning of the name is probably what gave rise to edelweiss' traditional meaning in the Language of Flowers.
The small white blossoms represent 【daring or noble courage】. The association with courage may also have to do with the fact that obtaining edelweiss from mountain crags for a bouquet took skill and courage on the part of the flower gatherer.
Materials: S925+8K Gold plated
SIZE：RING SIZE GUIDE
To determine size by measuring your finger
Cut a thin strip of paper or thread long enough to wrap around the chosen finger.
Wrap the paper around your finger, just above the knuckle, and mark the point the two ends meet.
Measure the paper using a ruler.
Find that measurement on the Ring Sizing Chart to locate your size.