TEMPLAR KNIGHT SEAL RING By MARTO OF SPAIN The Seal of the Templar, and emblem of the order, is a depiction of two knights mounted on the same horse with the inscription in Latin "Sigilum Militum Xpisti" which means "the Seal of the Soldiers of Christ."
This beautiful reversible insignia ring bears a two sided Seal of the Templars which rotates allowing the ring to be either elegantly worn or alternatively used to create a wax seal impression. One side of the Seal is cut in relief (raised above the surface) allowing it to be worn as normal jewelry; a quick rotation reveals the other side of the seal that is cut in intaglio (cut below the flat surface in reverse) allowing the ring to be used to create wax seal impressions. Available in 5 sizes the Templar Knight Seal Ring is made of Sterling Silver .999 pure.
The Templar Seal showing two knights (perhaps Hugues de Payens and Godfrey de Saint-Omer) on one horse. There are many interpretations of the symbolism of this seal. Contemporary legend held that the symbol represented the initial poverty of the order; that they could afford only a single horse for every two men. Still, the Rule of the Order from the outset permitted three horses and no more for each knight, as well as no Templars sharing the same horse. Several masters adopted this seal from the beginning of the order until at least 1298. It is known to have been in use since 1167. Regarding the text of the seal differences can be clearly seen between the seals of the Grand Masters. The text is in Greek and Latin characters, Sigillum Militum Xpisti: followed by a cross, which means "the Seal of the Soldiers of Christ"