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  • NEWS: RING TRADITION IN SUMMARY

    8 August at 16:16 from atlas

    The ring a continuous circle without an ending is said to represent everlasting love and commitment.

    It was once believed that there was a vein running from the third finger of the left hand directly up to the heart. Thus the wedding band is usually placed on this finger.

    Egyptian men once regarded the gift of a gold ring as a symbol of proof that they trusted their new wives with their wealth.

    Ring Pillows have played a significant role in wedding ceremonies dating back to Roman and Egyptian times. Their wedding rings were so valuable they were presented on a cushion as a symbol of their precious nature.
    To view our range of ring pillows to carry your precious rings on visit our ring pillow gallery.

    To read more about traditions download traditions in summary.

 

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