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Engagement ring meaning and why it is given as a present

We purchase it, select it and give it as gift. Are we sure that we comprehend its significance? We'll tell you about its long-running history. Let's start by saying that the meaning of the engagement ring is very simple, and deeply romantic. This type of ring is both a symbol for love and a pledge of marriage as a tradition dictates that a man gives to a bride prior to the wedding ceremony.

The shape of the ring itself reveals the significance it holds in our society. This ring is a perfect circle that never ends, and is a good symbol of love for the ages.

However, the custom of the engagement ring not as deeply rooted in all countries as it is in ours. In the West, it is commonplace to present the ring to someone you love. In certain South American countries however, the ring is worn first on the right hand and then on the left hand on the wedding day.

Why do we give engagement ring as gifts?

To answer this question we need to open a brief historical parenthesis. It appears that as early as Roman times, there was a custom of giving the bride two rings, one made of gold and the other made of iron. The latter was that was used in the home so as to not damage the gold one.

The ring was affixed to the left ring finger more and more in the past, and we still do it now, since the vena Amoris (vein for love) was believed to flow through this finger. It is directly connected to the center.

The first real engagement ring was ordered by Maximilian I, Archduke of Austria in 1477 to Mary of Burgundy.

Finally, in the twentieth century, the custom slowly was established, particularly following the Second World War, when the belief began to spread in the United States that the engagement wedding ring was an essential present, especially if it was decorated with diamonds.

What is the best way to choose an engagement ring?

Now that we know more about the engagement ring and the meaning behind it Let's look at some suggestions on how to choose it.

The first rule is that there are no rules: everyone can choose the ring that they prefer based on their personal tastes, and above all on the preferences of their spouse. However, it's true that there are certain kinds of rings that are more popular than others. People usually choose:

solitaire, which is a ring in which one stone is set, like a diamond

A riviere, sometimes referred to veretta, that instead has multiple stones set;

A half-faith ring, also known as a ring band is, as the name suggests, a smaller one compared to a traditional wedding ring.

Another popular option is the trilogy ring. It's, a gold or platinum jewelry that is decorated with three precious stones, which are often brilliants. In the background of a trilogy is also a romantic meaning, because three stones signify the future, present and past of the couple who are engaged.

There are a variety of metals and materials that can be used to make rings. The most common are gold, platinum and silver. There is no universal rule regarding the quality of precious stones. However the diamond band is a classic.

However, the selection of other precious stones is not common, nor is the addition of further stones to the diamond. In these instances however, you have be aware of the meaning they carry with them.

If you decide to choose an emerald as an engagement ring, you will find that it is a symbol of many meanings. It is a magnificent green stone that is a symbol with harmony, elegance and serenity, but it is also an emblem of loyalty and loyalty when presented to your partner.

Aquamarine comes with a distinct symbolism. The meaning of a ring that has aquamarine is vital to a couple, as it represents a happy and stable relationship and is an excellent indicator for their future together.


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