What would be the name of the Witch King's ring? Elrond, Aragorn and many others have rings that are 'named', so what would the Witch King's be?
What does the Witch King's ring look like? Include a picture if possible?
The only named Rings are:
The only description of the other Rings of Power is given by Saruman, and relayed to us via Gandalf at The Council of Elrond:
From this we see that the the other lesser rings were also round and unadorned, but the Three, Seven and Nine did have gems. However, what these gems were is only ever given for the Three, and likewise with names. Tolkien just simply did not write this level of detail about the Seven and the Nine, so there is no canonical answer.
They are just called "the nine". It is not certain, that the Witch-King or any of the wraith are actually wearing their rings. It is mentioned on the council of Elrond that Sauron "gathered the Nine to himself" but also that "the Nine the Nazgûl keep", whereas "the Nine" in the first sentence could refere to the nine Nazgul or the nine rings.
Here is a pic of the ring taken from the Peter Jackson movie. This is where the the Witch-King receives the ring and before he is turned into a wraith.
I don't know how canon this is. But this is a ring that is supposed to be his.
The witch king doesn't have a name(we don't know it, if I am not mistaken) so that probably means that neither would his ring. Also, he didn't control himself and he was suppose to be invisible so that means that there would be few chances for him and his ring to be named by himself.
What I mean by I don't think he is special enough, is that I don't think he had was sane enough or even that important as a character or as a person. All he was a tool for Sauron and a tool for the author for literary purposes. I mean he was doomed to die.
The ring wraiths are supposed to be named somewhere,but that's not canon.