Religious symbols and wedding rings
Today, Niessing is one of the world’s leading names in contemporary jewelry design. Niessing was established in 1873 in the town of Vreden, in the German region of Westphalia, near the Dutch border. At that time, Niessing primarily produced religious objects, such as crosses and other symbols used for praying and in church. Wedding rings, however, have always been one of Niessing’s mainstays. In the 1950s, Niessing advanced to one of Germany’s leading wedding ring producers. The seamless wedding ring, forged from a solid piece of precious metal, was developed by Niessing in the early 20th century. Even today, it is one of the most beautiful symbols for eternal love, without beginning or end.