Vera Holden. Ring. January 23rd , 2018.
Men usually wear diamonds in wedding rings, anniversary bands or engagement rings. On top of that, men's rings can also be of a religious nature, with the crucifix symbol inlaid with diamonds engraved on them. Men's diamond rings often come studded in gold, titanium, platinum, stainless steel, and white gold, as gold and platinum tend to be more popular among men. Those diamond rings are usually much wider and with more embellishment than diamond rings designed for women.
The Wedding Ring - Customs and Traditions: Undoubtedly, everyone at least one time has walked by a jewelry store's front window and paused to look at the beautiful arrangements of wedding ring styles on display. For many single people, just glancing at such a wedding ring display may make you dream of the day you will marry.
Shopping for men’s wedding rings is usually simpler. You still have the option of choosing one with diamonds and different metals, but it will just be a band. There is nothing to wear it with, no other ring to compliment, so it makes the process much easier than purchasing one for a woman.
Tradition and Culture: It has been debated by many scholars when the practice of using rings as symbols of weddings started. The fact remains that almost every country and culture in the planet right now would require rings to bind the couple together. The ceremony may vary because of tradition, religion, or culture; but the presence of wedding rings is guaranteed.
Why is the Wedding Ring Worn on the Ring Finger? During the Renaissance, it was generally accepted that the \"ring finger\" located on the left hand contained the \"vena amoris\", also known as the love vein. Now, each time you happen to wander by a wedding ring display at the local jewelry store in the mall, you will have and idea of what the wedding ring has meant to people of various cultures through history. You will also have an idea of what it could mean to many men and women who are looking forward to their wedding day.
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