Published at Saturday, August 17th 2019. by Eglantine Bélanger in Wedding Ring.
You will find a wide variety of selections to choose from. The engagement ring in the set – like those sold individually – is available with the diamond in round, princess, emerald, oval, radiant, heart, pear, marquise, assher, cushion, and/or trillian cuts. And you will want to consider the four C’s essential to selecting any fine diamond – carat, color, cut, and clarity – as you make your purchase
Another important statistic is that even in this economy the groom hasn’t downsized the ring. In fact, only 14 percent of grooms admitted that they purchased an inferior ring due to the negative economic climate – about one-quarter of grooms said they spent more than they originally budgeted for. It is true that white gold is still as popular as ever, but a significant number of couples are studying alternative metals. For instance, in 2011, more than one-quarter (27 percent) of grooms opted for tungsten and 16 percent decided to buy a titanium ring.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton is a name almost all of us are familiar with. Credited as the Fashionista, she flaunts one of the most iconic rings of the world, but have you ever paid attention to her dear hubby, Duke of Cambridge, Prince William’s ring? Well, the prince doesn’t wear a wedding ring. Yes! That’s right, if you go through the prince’s many thousands of pictures online, you will notice that there isn’t a single picture where he is wearing a ring on his hand. Neither is he a fan of any kind of jewellery.
Wedding rings are important, but it can be easy to forget that engagement rings are just as much a necessary and please part of the process of getting married. After all, they symbolize that you love your partner so much that you are prepared to go the extra mile and be with them for the rest of your life.
The Egyptians were the first recorded civilization to use the wedding ring. In Egyptian hieroglyphics a circle represented eternity. Once a woman accepted the ring she became the ”property” of the person who gave it to her and she was in a sense ”his.” The first wedding ring could have been made of braided grass or hay (which would have been changed often), ivory, bone, or leather. Eventually, metal was used, but the first wedding bands were crude and lumpy. However, the sentiment remained the same-eternal commitment and love.
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