Posts Tagged ‘russian wedding ring’
Sharing your news – announcing engagement The first thing that you want to do when you are engaged is – tell everyone! And, of course, all your family and friends will want to share in the good news and to wish you well. Announcing an engagement is a much less formal event these days than it used to be, but it is still worth following a few basic guidelines to make sure that everyone hears the news and that nothing is left out.
Telling parents The days are past when a young man had to have a formal interview with his prospective father-in-law to ask him for his daughter’s hand in marriage; these days an engagement is almost exclusively a matter for a couple to decide for themselves. (more…)
Yellow Gold Wedding Bands Yellow gold is the classic precious metal for wedding rings in Europe and above the ocean as well. Its colour, warm as the sun in people’s heart and has been enchanting for millennia. Yellow Gold rings are unmistakeably recognised and often used as wedding bands.
Quality should be always in your interest The alloy is one of several deciding factors in the quality of your wedding ring.Since 2002, our web page visitors have relied on our high-quality standards concerning gold 14ct. and platinum. (more…)
Black Gold Wedding Bands Grey or black gold is quite a recent term. One usually speaks of white gold. But what is the difference?
When we talk about black, grey or white gold?
Like white gold, grey gold is a synthetic precious metal. Its origin is gold but by black gold (also called grey gold) we don’t use rhodium to colour extra the wedding bands and they keep their natural white glance. In other words grey or black gold is actually white gold without rhodium.
Are black gold and white gold suitable for wedding rings?
What is white gold rings? White gold is a synthetic material and can’t be found in the nature. The colour does not occur naturally. Because of lacking norms, there are countless varieties of white gold. The basis is gold. Through the use of various alloys, the colour can be altered.
Proven quality of all our rings! For reasons of quality all our alloys are undergo rigorous testing. Your wedding bands should not be a nuisance to wear every day.
White gold wedding rings require special attention before you make your decision. Because white gold is a synthetic precious metal, (more…)
A difficult decision – high quality or low price of the cheap wedding ring set? By us you can definitely have both! You should definitely think twice before purchasing an inexpensive wedding ring because, in most cases, the quality of the ring won’t be especially high. Because the wedding ring will be worn every day, you should be prepared to spend the extra money to get a high-quality ring from gold or platinum. This is one purchase where you shouldn’t be looking to save money. The bottom line: don’t be cheap, and you will have a beautiful wedding ring that will last a lifetime. Otherwise it won’t be long until you will have to get a new ring. Many jewellers are quite hesitant to sell cheap wedding ring sets because they know that quality is important for a ring that will be worn forever. (more…)
Ring finger Why is the fourth finger (counting the thumb) of the left hand the finger for engagement and wedding rings? The ancient philosophers asserted that there was a very delicate nerve running from that finger direct to the heart; later writers said that it was a fine vein, the vena amoris. In Catholic tradition the first three fingers represent the Trinity, so their ring-giving ceremony consists of putting the ring on the thumb, forefinger and third finger while saying ‘In the name of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost’, and then on the fourth finger, to rest permanently, while saying ‘Amen’. Up until the 16th century it was the custom here and elsewhere to wear the betrothal or wedding ring on the fourth finger of the right hand, a custom that is still echoed when nuns take their vows. (more…)