The ring – what to remember and know when we choose it

The hands are an important part of our communication with others. When gesturing, they express our ideas and emotions. The beautiful and properly selected ring is bound to attract attention and will strengthen the expressiveness and impact of the communication. Traditionally in most countries engagements ...

Wedding rings

The ring – a symbol for infinity, power and true love-part 3

Wedding rings are among the most ancient symbols connecting two lovers in one whole. This tradition of exchanging rings was begun by the ancient Egyptians almost 5,000 years ago. The first wedding bands were made out of plants that grew along the Nile. They were given to the admired woman. Every woman ...

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The ring – a symbol for infinity, power and true love-part 2

In Hinduism, god Shiva dances in a circle of fiery tongues, portraying the life cycle of the universe. This dance represents the cycles of nature in her eternal process of destruction and creation. The light of the fire in the circle is meant to represent deep wisdom. Among ancient Romans and Greeks ...
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The ring – a symbol for infinity, power and true love-part 1

In many cultures, the ring symbolizes eternity and immortality and conceals in itself a magical power. The wedding ring, the Gnostics rings, the Ying and Yang are all loaded with special semantics. In Egyptian mythology the ring was considered not only a symbol of eternity but also as a message of defense ...

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Wedding rings

Today the wedding ring symbolizes a promise of eternal love, dedication to one another and faithfulness. Essentially, it is the physical epitome of the wedding oaths. The history of the wedding ring however is not as romantic. Throughout the ages it has symbolized different aspects of the oaths, but ...

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