Cast in our signature ring mold from high-grade stainless steel, this ring is modeled after a knight's helmet.
Knights were famously known for The Crusades, a series of religious wars between 1095 and 1291. They began in the 11th century and lasted for centuries, with both sides suffering heavy casualties.
Why did so many people from all corners of Europe flock to the Holy Land to fight in a brutal and bloody war? Was it simply a case of religious fervor, or were there other factors at play?
Today, we still don't have all the answers, but there are some theories that offer a glimpse into the complex motivations of those who took up the cross.
For some, the Crusades may have been seen as a way to earn forgiveness for their sins. Others may have been driven by a sense of adventure, or a desire to gain wealth and power.
Whatever their reasons, the Crusades are an indelible part of history, and their legacy continues to echo through the ages.