In the second picture, it certainly looks like the one I know.
We hold two of the rings as shown in the photo.
Then manuver the other two rings so they form a figure-8 . . around the lower portion of the ring.
Then we ease it into the upper assembly.
An interesting bit of folklore about these puzzle rings . . .
Legend has it that knights put these rings on their wives before leaving on a crusade.
They became known as signs of marriage, and no man (so they say) would dare have . . an affair with the wife of a knight. .If an errant wife felt amorous, she'd have to . . remove the ring ... and, of course, would not be able to reassemble it.
Oct 28th 2007, 09:21 PM
Heh, neat bit of info about the knights but yeah I can't find any where that has the solution to the ring I have. I am only to find the standard ring solution.