Wearing class ring is tradition at the Texas A&M University that dates back to the year 1889, but its importance has not abated even in the present. This tradition has been accepted and liked by the all the students following their predecessors. The class ring is a valuable asset for the successful student which is considered to be earned by him or her on account of his or her achievement, but not given for just being a student of the Texas A&M University. So, it’s an honor which carries a certain value for the student who wears it. The prestige of the ring is further enhanced due to its decorations and enhancers that wrap around solitaire to create an impressive class ring.
Class ring enhancers
The ring tradition has not changed but the taste of modern generation has changed. The students want to make their class ring more impressive so that it reflects their status apart from the real value of the ring depicted by the symbols on this ring. The modern class rings, therefore, come in many different styles and with the use of precious metals to make these rings. The ring enhances have become commonplace, and they also make the ring more expensive in terms of money value. Aggie ring wraps are commonly used as ring enhancers by the students. A Ring Wrap is a single band, contoured to fit around a solitaire diamond ring, displaying additional diamonds on both sides of the center stone. There is a great variety of ring wraps to select by a student such as original ring wraps, cascading ring wraps and mini cascading ring wraps in different designs and styles.
Ring wraps and their affiliation with the university
All Texas A&M University class rings and their designs are approved by the University, and there is no affiliation of Aggie ring wraps with The Texas A&M University or The Association of Former Students of Texas A&M, but the student makes the ring warp selection on his or her own will.