Check out these fashion rings carrying the color of the Rex parade, perfect for selling this season.
When you see the colors purple, gold, and green, you are immediately reminded of the Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans. But why are these the colors that represent the Carnival holiday?
According to Mardigrasneworleans.com, it was the year 1872 when a group of businessmen invented Rex, a King of Carnival, to preside over the first daytime Mardi Gras parade. And to honor the visiting Russian Grand Duke Alexis Romanoff, the group introduced the Romanoff’s family colors -- purple, green, and gold, as the carnival’s official colors. Purple symbolizes justice, gold stands for power, and green represents faith.
Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday Carnival celebration starts in January, on the Christian feast of the Epiphany or Three Kings, and ends the day before Ash Wednesday, which is February 16th this 2021. So to keep the festivities going, even if there are no parades and parties this year, why not sell rings with Mardi Gras colors?
Here are three perfect pieces from our wholesale fashion rings collection that carry the Carnival colors that will delight your customers who plan to dress up on Fat Tuesday:
This design features a yellow topaz triple-A grade cubic zirconia center stone. Its band has the same width of 8 mm, and the piece itself weighs approximately 7.05 grams.
CJ52005 Wholesale Women's Stainless Steel Synthetic Emerald Round Solitaire Ring
Lastly, this piece boasts a deep green emerald synthetic crystal as its centerpiece. The stainless steel band is 8 mm wide, and the whole ring weighs approximately 6.15 grams.
All three rings boast a straightforward design that is definitely perfect for the Mardi Gras festival. If you want to see more items that carry the same colors, feel free to check out our collection of wholesale fashion jewelry at CeriJewelry.com.