Published at Thursday, August 22nd 2019. by Millard Vertefeuille in Wedding Ring.
You must identify the correct setting for your stone including traditional classic solitaire, three stone setting, side stones, tension setting and pave setting. Your individual taste and imagination will guide you through this choice and should you wish to have a truly bespoke design, an expert jeweller will offer an individually designed jewellery setting. This will allow any setting choice to be fully customised.
Selecting a diamond or gemstone can seem to be steeped in confusion, but time invested on understanding the options will provide you with assurance and satisfaction you have made the right choice. What do you need to discuss with your chosen jeweller? Carat: the Carat weight is determined by the mass of a diamond. This corresponds to price but increases as larger diamonds are more desirable and less common. Cut: accomplished craftsmen shape and polish diamonds with angles. The cut of a diamond is a precise mathematical equation and should not be confused with the shape of any gemstone.
The first thing you need to decide is the metal in which you want to buy a ring. The wedding rings for women are available in silver, gold and platinum. Once you’ve decided the metal, you have to decide if you want to buy rings with or without stones. If you want to have precious stones fitted into it, then which stones you want to make use of. This can be a difficult choice, but they are the determining factors on which you will continue your search for wedding rings.
Most people know that a wedding ring is symbolic of the bond of love and commitment between two people. But not everyone knows about the history behind this small yet powerful symbol. The history of the wedding ring goes back not just hundreds but thousands of years. No other currently practiced wedding tradition has been around as long.
The Egyptians wore the wedding ring on the left hand because it was believed that a vein in the left hand went straight to the heart. This tradition is still commonly practiced today in most parts of the world largely for practical purposes (most people are right handed.) It is worn on the fourth finger of the left hand. But there are some countries and groups which do not follow this tradition. In the Jewish faith, the wedding ring is put on the index finger. Roman Catholics traditionally wore their wedding band on the right hand, and in many countries and regions in Europe some people still follow this tradition.
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