Sterling Silver Order of the Dragon Signet Ring Featuring the Symbol from Dracula's Medallion
Side View of Vlad the Impaler's Order of the Dragon Signet Ring
Side View of Dracula's Order of the Dragon Signet Ring

Order of The Dragon Signet Ring

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The Order of the Dragon symbol is what Vlad the Impaler, better known as Dracula, was said to wear signifying his membership in the Order. It is believed that he wore this image as a medallion during his lifetime. The Order of the Dragon was founded in 1408, by Sigismund, the King of Hungary for the purpose of defending the Cross and fighting against the enemies of Christianity, especially the Ottoman Turks.

Dracula derived his name from the Order of the Dragon, Dracula means "Son of the Dragon". Vlad's father, Vlad II, received the surname of Dracul, meaning dragon, when he was inducted into the Order in 1431. Dracula himself was inducted into the Order when he was five years old.

Details: The signet ring is solid sterling silver and measures 17.7 mm top to bottom, 17.5 mm wide at the dragon signet, and 4.5 mm wide at the back of the band. The Order of the Dragon ring weighs approximately 12.3 grams. Weight will vary with size. Like traditional signet rings, the area behind the signet has been partially carved out to increase comfort. The inside of the band is stamped with our makers mark, copyright, and metal content.

Size Options: The Order of the Dragon Signet Ring is available in US sizes 6 to 20, in whole and half sizes. Sizes 13.5 and larger are an additional $15.00. 

Also available in 14k Gold.

PackagingThis item comes packaged in a ring box.

Production TimeWe are a made to order company. Your order will ship in 5 to 10 business days if the item is not in stock.