Interlock is not a single ring, but three
rings that are bound together like a chain. They are worn
as one ring with each passing over the top of the other two. The
rings can have contrasting finishes like the polished, angled
brush, and beadblast ones shown. To wear it, you hold the
two outside rings and twist one way or the other to arrange it
like the secondary picture, where the middle ring is flat with
the others, and when you slip your finger in the center, it
rolls right onto your finger with a unique braidlike motion.
This prevents the rings from stacking wrong and feeling tight. The ring shown has 3mm width links.
Hover your mouse over
the picture to see how it interlocks. You hold the two end
rings and twist to arrange it this way before wearing it.