By Nona Oneill. Ring. Published at Thursday, November 23rd, 2017 - 21:42:52 PM.
Why is the Wedding Ring Worn on the Ring Finger? During the Renaissance, it was generally accepted that the \"ring finger\" located on the left hand contained the \"vena amoris\", also known as the love vein. Now, each time you happen to wander by a wedding ring display at the local jewelry store in the mall, you will have and idea of what the wedding ring has meant to people of various cultures through history. You will also have an idea of what it could mean to many men and women who are looking forward to their wedding day.
With many cultures, the wedding ring is the final gift given from one spouse to the other. In almost every culture the wedding ring is preceded in the relationship by an engagement ring. In most Western Cultures, including Western Europe and the United States the husband and wife will engrave their names and the wedding date as a sign of their commitment to each other.
It is also traditional to give someone a promise ring with small stones. Birthstones are very popular choices, but you can also leave this decision up to your imagination. Rubies can represent the red fire love that you feel towards your partner. Sapphires can symbolize that you always will be true blue towards your mate. Emeralds can correspond with how your special someone makes you feel rich and prosperous, despite the fact that you may not be rich by some people's standards. Giving promise rings to each other makes a bold statement to your friends and family letting them know that you are seriously in love. More importantly, it tells the recipient that you are dedicated to them and appreciate where you are in the relationship.
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