About Wedding Rings
The Western traditions of wedding rings can be traced to ancient Rome and Greece, and were first associated with the marital dowry and later with a promise of fidelity. The modern exchange of rings derived from the customs of Europe in the Middle Ages as part of Christendom.
Depending on culture, a wedding ring is typically worn on the base of the left or right ring finger, if the wearer is left handed often it will go onto the right hand. Many spouses wear their wedding rings day and night, causing an indentation in the skin that is visible even when the ring is removed
Our gold, platinum and palladium wedding bands and civil partnership rings include the option to add your own special text.
We will engrave your chosen name or message in your chosen font and style. We will contact you after checkout to confirm details.
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WHEN CAN WE GET MARRIED IN ENGLAND?
From 12th April weddings with up to 15 attendees are expected to be permitted.
From the 17th May up to 30 people will be permitted.
From the 21st June it is hoped there will be no limitations on numbers.
Details subject to change and as per government announcement of 22nd February.