Exchanged as a symbol of love and commitment, wedding rings are an unbroken circle of precious metal; with no beginning and end, they represent everlasting love
The History of Wedding Rings
We have the ancient Egyptians to thank for the tradition of wearing wedding rings on the left hand, as they believed that a vein ran from the fourth finger directly to the heart, to the ‘vena amoris’ or the ‘vein of love’. In fact they even started tradition of exchanging rings for love, at this time made of woven reed or leather.
Today wedding rings are forged in a range of precious metals of gold and platinum, that due to their inherent quality and durability, symbolises the permanence of marriage.