Possibly the simplest expression of the promise of love, the wedding band is also one of the oldest. Dating back to the Egyptians, who considered its round, empty center symbolic of a gateway to events in store for the couple, this oft-sparkly token is rich in history and inspired practice.
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The history of wedding bands is wide and varied amongst cultures and eras. But, across oceans and through the centuries, one thing has remained constant in the history of wedding ring giving, and that is this: a wedded promise includes the exchange of something, whether it’s unique wedding bands or another symbolic gift. In every culture, it symbolizes commitment to another and in American culture, it is not uncommon for a long search to ensue for unique wedding rings for women when betrothal time approaches. With a variety of metals, stone settings and styles to choose from, there’s sure to be a ring to please even the most particular of women.