A BAND THAT LAST A LIFE­TIME

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Wear­ing wed­ding bands is part of a long-stand­ing tra­di­tion that dates back to the an­cient Egyp­tians, who be­lieved the vena amoris(vein of love) ran di­rectly from the heart to the top of the ring fin­ger. Med­i­cal science even­tu­ally cor­rected that be­lief, but the tra­di­tion re­mained. The Ro­mans also even­tu­ally adopted this tra­di­tion and were the first to en­grave their metal rings.it was not un­til about the 13th cen­tury that the Chris­tians used the ring in mar­riage cer­e­monies and given a more spir­i­tual look when a bishop dubbed it a “sym­bol of the union of hearts.”

While a matched set of wed­ding rings val­ues the tra­di­tional­ex­pres­sion that a cou­ple has be­come one, many cou­ples also take the non-tra­di­tional route to­day and choose dif­fer­ent bands.if the dis­cus­sion leads you to a stum­bling block be­tween tra­di­tional matched sets,con­tem­po­rary or some­where be­tween, it is im­por­tant that both of you love the band you’ll wear ev­ery­day for a life­time.

Joy­e­ria Jew­ellery not only of­fers a va­ri­ety of clas­sic op­tions but can even cus­tom de­sign wed­ding bands. If you opt for a matched set, Joy­e­ria Jew­ellery can scale a par­tic­u­lar style to dif­fer­ent widths to make it pro­por­tion­ate.

An­other op­tion is to com­pro­mise on com­ple­men­tary rings in­stead. Joy­e­ria Jew­ellery of­fers dif­fer­ent op­tions: two bands of dif­fer­ent styles but iden­ti­cal met­als or dif­fer­ent met­als but the same style. For in­stance some brides choose an eter­nity (or half eter­nity) ring and the groom wants a sim­ple band, they can then con­sider wed­ding rings with the same tex­ture or fin­ish.

In the end, only you can de­cide what wed­ding band will make you happy. It’s up to each of you to cel­e­brate the other’s view —whether it’s the same or dif­fer­ent. A good jeweller like Joy­e­ria Jew­ellery can guide you through the process and pro­vide op­tions to help you cre­ate and see the true beauty of your for­ever rings.

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