When affection becomes a deep sense of closeness and passion turns into a promise for life, wedding rings are the personal expression of harmony, emotion, and a vision of life.
When your finger slides into the ring, it's the sweetest moment... In that instant, who doesn't want to shout out loud that they're getting married, that they'll live with the person they love?
After the wedding, you won't be able to resist the temptation to proudly display the ring that represents the consecration of your feelings... You'll probably feel like everyone is looking at it.
When looking for rings that will last a long time, quality should be taken into account. Quality in the structure, design, and chosen metal.
Today, wedding rings can be made of various materials: gold, platinum, tantalium, titanium, carbon, steel, zirconium, silver, palladium, etc., with or without diamonds... In our online store, we offer a wide range of rings from the best brands, designed so you can select the ones that best suit your taste and budget. But if your desire is to create a ring totally to your liking, the one you always dreamed of, it's best to use one of the various configurators we offer, or make them handcrafted in our workshop.
All rings are made under strict quality controls, with state-of-the-art machinery that offers absolute perfection and, at the same time, containment of their price, within their category.
The origin of wedding rings:
- Its origin is the metallic ring that spouses exchanged in ancient Rome. This ring represented the circle of life and eternity. Later, under Christian influence, gold replaced iron, but for centuries, each member of the couple places a ring on the other's finger.
- The bride and groom exchange a circular ring, as a symbol of eternal love, representing in the circle what has neither beginning nor end.
- In the 9th century, Pope Nicholas authorized the exchange of rings as the formalization of the relationship between the bride and groom. Nowadays, the custom has been maintained, and the ritual is incorporated in both religious and civil weddings.
- Wedding rings can be made of different materials, with gold being the most common, although lately they are also made of other materials. In any case, they are made of a noble and resistant material, signifying that love will be as strong and pure as these materials.
- Currently, it is very common for wedding rings to feature one or more diamonds, as they are a symbol of eternity. However, diamonds were traditionally reserved for the engagement ring, which dates back to 1477 when Mary of Burgundy received a diamond ring from Archduke Maximilian of Austria. The Egyptians were the ones who established wearing it on the third finger of the left hand because they were convinced that the "vein of love" started from the heart and ended in this finger.
- Traditionally, once the rings have been exchanged, the bride begins to wear her engagement ring alongside the wedding ring, placing the wedding ring first. That is why it is convenient that they have a relationship in size, color, material, style, shape, etc.
- It is also often the case that from the wedding day onwards, the engagement ring is worn on the right hand to avoid rubbing between the engagement and wedding rings when worn together every day.
On both our website and our physical store -dedicated exclusively to engagement rings and wedding bands- we show you a wide assortment of models made with gold, platinum, carbon, titanium, steel, tantalum, zirconium, silver, etc.
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