The Oakleaf Militaria Jewelry Store

Oakleaf Militaria is proud to offer a selection of modern high quality jeweler made rings inspired by Waffen SS divisional tactical symbols. Each ring is crafted in .925 sterling silver. The rings represent several of the most famous divisions of the elite Waffen SS and come in a standard size 10 (please see ring chart for converting sizes). All rings are priced at $260. For size special orders please add $35. and allow four weeks for delivery. Special order rings are individually made and not cut from existing rings. Please see size chart at bottom of page for special orders.

OLKF15 - FUHRER - GRENADIER- BRIGADE 1944 PANZERKORPS GROSSDEUTSCHLAND "FGB" , FUHRER GRENADIER BEGLEIT ' signet ring. This ring featuresan eagle clasping a sword and swastika in its talons with the initials "FGB" superimposed on the design. The ring is made of .925 silver and comes in size 11. Commanding the "FGB" at various times were two Generalmajors Remer who was awarded the Knights Cross for his role in crushing the July 20, 1944 "VALKYRIE " takeover in Berlin and Generalmajor Mader. $150. More Photos

10TH Waffen SS Panzergrenadier Division Frundsberg

OKLF14 - 10TH Waffen SS Panzergrenadier Division "Frundsberg". The 10th " Frundsberg" was activated in early 1943 and was moved for operations in the Ukraine. Anticipating an Allied Invasion, Frundsberg was moved to the Western Front. Following June 6, 1944 "D-Day" Frundsberg was transferred to the Arnhem area for regrouping where it was engaged in the Allies Operation Marketgarden. Frundsberg ended the war fighting east in of Berlin where it suffred heavy casualties and surrender. The ring is crafted in 925. silver. $260. More Photos

9TH Waffen SS Panzergrenadier Division Hohenstaufen

OKLF13 - 9TH Waffen SS Panzergrenadier Division " Hohenstaufen ". The 9th "Hohenstaufen" was first activated in December 1942 drawing heavily from the experienced ranks of Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler. Hohenstauffen was moved to the Arnhem area in the Netherlands for regrouping after the Normandy Invasion where they were engaged in the Market Garden operation along with Frundberg ( 10th Waffen SS div.). Following Arnhem, Hofenstaufen was engaged in the Ardennes ( Battle of the Bulge ) and later in the defense of Budapest, Hungary. The ring is crafted in 925. silver. $260. More Photos

Gotz von Berlichingen 17th SS Pnzer Division lapel pin

OKLF9 - Gotz von Berlichingen 17th SS Pnzer Division lapel pin. This silver pin features the German Knight Gotz, v. Berlichingen displaying his " arse" as he is reported to have done to the Bishop of Bamburg in 1506. Gotz Von Berlichingen was a Knight who was known for his bravery in battle and from whom the 17TH SS Panzer Division took its name. The 17th SS was one of six SS Panzer divisions that were engaged in the German defense of Normandy follwing the June 6, 1944 Invasion of France. The pin measures approxiamtely 1.25 inches in length. $165. More Photos

Schutzstaffel SS runics ring

OKLF8 - Schutzstaffel "SS" runics ring. This high quality ring features the horizontal runics of the SS in a highly stylized and elegant design.$260. More Photos

38th SS Division Niebelungen

OKLF7 - 38th SS Division " Niebelungen". Niebelungen was the last Waffen SS division formed in the late spring of 1945. Niebelugen was comprised mainly of Waffen SS officer candidates of the Bad Tolz Junkerschule. Never reaching full divisional strength the tactical symbol is represented in Waffen SS division references although probably never utilized. The tactical symbol is characterized by a Viking helmet.$260. More Photos

33rd SS Division Charlemagne

OKLF6 - 33rd SS Division "Charlemagne". Charlemagne was comprised mainly of volunteers from France and saw heavy action on the Russian Front. It was components of Charlemagne who were some of the last defenders of the Reichs Chancellery in Berlin in May 1945 under the command of Wilhelm Monke. The ring features the Fleur-de-lis and German eagle on the crest.$260. More Photos

17TH SS Panzer Division Gotz von Berlichingen

OKLF5 - 17TH SS Panzer Division 'Gotz von Berlichingen". Gotz v. Berlichingen was a famous 16th Century German knight who reportedly told the Bishop of Bamburg to "kiss my arse" during one of his forays. In 1506 Gotz v. Berlichingen lost his right hand in battle which was replaced with an iron fist. The 17th is represented by a "mailed fist". The 17th Panzer division was heavily engaged in the Normandy Battle of Metz and suffered extensive casualties. For their staunch defense they reserved their place along with LAH, Das Reich, Hitlerjugend and Hohenstauffen for their role in fighting in the Normandy Invasion and defense of the city of Metz.$260. More Photos

12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend

OKLF4 - 12th Waffen SS Panzer Division " Hitlerjugend". Formed in the spring of 1944 Hitlerjugend was commanded by a number of well decorated former Leibstandarte high ranking officers including Fritz Witt and Kurt "Panzer" Meyer. Hitlerjugend was comprised mainly of officers and non-commissioned officers recruited from the 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler. A large sgenment of the enlisted ranks were recruited from the upper-aged youths of the Hitlerjugend. The 12th Waffen SS Panzer division was renowned for its tenacity and high amount of casualties it suffered as a result of the June, 1944 Normandy Invasion. The ring is jeweler crafted in 925. silver. $260. More Photos

3RD SS Panzer Division Totentkopf

OKLF10 - 3RD SS Panzer Division 'Totentkopf' as referred to as 'The Death's Head Division". Theodore Eiche commanded this elite division known for their hard-fighting Espirite de Korps. Totenkopf began action in France but transferred to the Eastern Front early-on where the division remained for most of the war.$260. More Photos

2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich

OKLF11 - 2nd SS Panzer Division "Das Reich". The Das Reich Division was one of the most famous divisions primarily serving on the Western Front and commanded by some of the Waffen SS's most famous figures including Paul Hausser. Das Reich saw heavy action during the Normandy and Falaise Pocket fighting. The ring features the 1944-1945 divsional symbol.$260. More Photos

1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler

OKLF12 - 1st SS Panzer Division " Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler". Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler was the premier division of the Waffen SS responsible for the personal protection of Adolf Hitler and commanded by Oberstgruppenfuhrer Sepp Dietrich. This ring features the famous "KEY" which was derived from the German word Dietrich, the division's commander. "LAH" was used as the "fire brigade" and saw extensive action in France, Greece, Russia, the Normandy and Bulge campaigns and finally in Hungary.$260. More Photos



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