Wedding Ring Rings with Great Symbolism

Already in ancient times, the Trauring was known.Romans and also Egyptians wore the trauring on their left hand.The reason for this was the faith, the closeness to the heart and thus to the love.However, only the women wore the wedding marriage or engagement ring.It was usually made of iron, and was regarded as the sign of the bond, and as an acknowledgment of receipt for the dowry.The tradition of wearing the ringfinger named after him has been preserved to this day.While in many Western countries the Trauring is worn on the left Ringfinger, it is customary in the Netherlands, Austria, Germany, as well as in Poland, Norway, Russia and many Eastern Bloc countries to wear the ring on the right ring finger. Continue reading “Wedding Ring Rings with Great Symbolism”

Wedding Rings with Brillant Crowns

Who did not pursue the royal dream wedding in Sweden?Everyone who has seen it has also noticed the fairy-tale tracing that Princess Madeleine got from her husband, Chris O’Neill, on her finger.It is a breathtaking ring with a brilliant coronet, which underscores the natural beauty of the princess. Continue reading “Wedding Rings with Brillant Crowns”

10 Alternatives To Classic Engagement Rings

Let’s say you’re not a girl that follow the conventions to the letter. If so, it is likely that engagement rings classic, with a diamond in the Center, seem too boring. Isn’t it?

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