Published at Sunday, September 22nd 2019. by Maurice Boivin in Wedding Ring.
The retail jewelry business is in a state of flux as the online retailers are making it very hard for the brick and mortar retailers to compete. When the many expenses such as rent, electricity, parking lot maintenance and print advertising as well as staff costs are considered, most of these business owners must be very concerned. The online retailer has the advantage of operating out of a warehouse, doesn’t need a fancy building or a huge parking area to make diamond ring sales. Once the website is set up it is ready to sell 24/7 his marketplace is open worldwide.
Men’s wedding rings became popular during the Second World War and have seen no decline in demand since then. A wedding ring has become an essential piece of jewellery for men in present times. Wedding rings for men have come a long way since then. The traditional plain bands are now being replaced by stylish Diamond rings. Like women, men too are in love with the sophistication and sparkle of Diamonds.
Popular selections for men’s ring metals include gold, both yellow and white, platinum, titanium, tungsten, and palladium. From a hard wearing point of view, palladium, platinum, tungsten, ceramic, and titanium rings are all very strong. These metals are also great for anyone with skin issues as they are all hypo-allergenic. From a budget point of view, platinum will cost you the most, followed by the golds, and then palladium.
For a woman the wedding band is mostly designed to match the ring as mostly they are worn together on the same finger. Design of the wedding band compliments the engagement rings. Some women also choose to wear the wedding band on the ring finger of the other hand or even the pinkie finger. An engagement ring is generally that hogs the most attention, though you might look forward to choose a larger wedding ring, as after all it is the bigger celebration. Both can be bought together as a set, some women also choose an enhancer as a wedding band, it’s meant to fit on or around the engagement ring and add to it’s beauty.
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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