Symbolise Love for Centuries – Wedding Rings

Wedding rings have been worn and part of traditions across many cultures as far back as the ancient Egyptians. Romans believed a vein ‘Vena Amoris’ led to the heart from the right ring finger on the left hand. These rings have always been symbolised as love, devotion, commitment and a bond between families.

The precious metals within a wedding ring are all echoes in tradition of love and devotion. Gold is a symbol of true everlasting perfect love ‘as good as gold’. Whilst platinum is the most precious metal, never being tarnished or breaking a symbol of strength. It has also become common for couples to set diamonds in their wedding rings now ‘forever stones’ express eternal love.

There is so much more to say about choosing the perfect wedding ring for you! So we’ve made a complete guide dedicated to just that. Please click here.

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