Getting ready to say “I do “ and looking at wedding rings. Romans wore their wedding rings on their left hand as they thought there was a vein in the ring finger referred to as the Vena Amores or “The Vein of Love” said to be directly connected to the heart. To this day wedding rings are still worn on this same finger.
A symbol of marriage Wedding rings represent unity and commitment. As such it is a symbolic piece of Jewellery and sometimes called a “Ring of Love”. The idea being that the wedding couple start wearing their rings at the same time on the day they marry and wear them till death indicating their love for each other.
We have many different wedding ring options, plain band patterned band , and tone set wedding rings ,all available in many different widths and metals from sterling silver to gold, platinum and palladium. Many brides now opt for shaped wedding bands so they will sit comfortably with their engagement ring.
Whatever style you are looking for call into your local member of the Association of Fine Jewellers to discuss your many options with our trained staff… www.associationoffinejewellers.com