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Wedding rings have been worn since ancient Egyptian times, when they were woven from plants that grew alongside the river Nile. They were later incorporated into Christian and Jewish wedding ceremonies, and it became common for the bride to be given a ring when she got married. More recently both the bride and groom receive a wedding ring on their wedding day. A symbol of eternal love, the humble wedding ring has been about for years, older than any of us and still as important as ever. While the design of weddings rings is becoming more modern in many cases, the tradition and symbolism of the ring is as strong today as it’s ever been.
The wedding ring is an emblem of love through time, a symbol of devotion and an agreement between two parties to love and cherish one another for the rest of their days. Wedding rings are, of course, circular in shape and this in itself carries a symbolic meaning for the couple getting married; a circle has no beginning or end and is therefore a symbol of infinity. It is endless, eternal, just the way love should be. For many the wedding ring is worn on the fourth finger of the left hand. This is because the vein in this finger was believed to lead directly to the wearer's heart. However, in many European countries it is actually customary for the wedding ring to be worn on the right hand.
Create your very own ETERNAL Ring or choose from one of our pre made designs.
You can spend as much as you want - think gold, diamonds (both new and vintage) and jewels - all of which I can source to your specifications.
Alternatively, send me an email and we can work out the best approach to your design requirements.
Create your very own ETERNAL Ring, custom piece or choose from one of our designs with your choice of stones and metals.
You can spend as much as you want - think 24k gold, diamonds (both new and heirloom) and jewels - all of which I can source to your specifications.
A minimum of 6 - 10 weeks is preferable for a commissioned work.
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