The Ningish Ring
The Ningishzida Ring (Ningish Ring for short) is an ancient Egyptian revival piece found in an ancient tomb thought to be King Menes, the first king of Egypt. This tomb resides in Saqqara, Egypt. The ring is a representation of Ningishzida, the Mesopotamian God of medicine and the healing arts. The inscription under the stone states, “Thee Who Endures.” All Stones are of natural origin and not manmade. The Garnet is a balsam Pyrope Garnet Natural preset. Sapphire is a balsam natural preset. Emerald is Opticon Emerald Natural Preset. Crystals have been charged with Spring 2013 Moonwater, the coming of the snake. The ring comes in a gift box.