Ring. Tuesday , October 17th , 2017 - 16:14:03 PM
Let's speak a bit about tradition. Giving an engagement ring to the fianc'e is a habit dating back thousands of years. For ancient Romans the ring was the symbol of a sentimental relationship: even if it was just a simple iron or golden circle, every engagement or wedding ceremony was solemnly ratified with a ring. For the Visigoths, it was nothing less than a contract. The tradition of giving a diamond engagement ring as a promise of marriage began in 1477 when Archduke Maximillian of Austria gave Mary of Burgundy a gold ring set with a diamond as a token of love. This royal tradition has lived on over the centuries and the giving of a diamond ring has become as much of a milestone as the engagement itself.
Diamond Registry is aware that people selling their diamond rings is not a new occurrence. People choose to sell for a variety of reasons from a divorce to the chance at gaining a beautiful new upgrade. However, according to the company, many sellers often face a loss due to not having enough education about the ring in question. Due to a lack of understanding, these sellers can often be convinced to sell at less than the ring is worth. Or, they get pulled into online auctions where the ring sells for a fraction of its value.
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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