Diamond Wedding Rings: Capture The Magic of The Moment
While the day will go by in a flash, a diamond wedding ring from The Diamond Store will serve as the perfect reminder of this magical moment.
At The Diamond Store we know that your wedding ring is the most symbolic item of jewellery you will ever own. It not only has to represent your love but your promise of commitment and unending devotion. A tall order for one little ring but an essence we feel we have captured in our striking selection of diamond wedding rings.
As a refreshing alternative to plain wedding bands, our diamond wedding rings provide an original way to pledge your devotion. We offer a dazzling selection of white gold, yellow gold, platinum and now even palladium wedding rings, which incorporate a variety of imaginative and beautiful designs.
From the tension set wedding rings of the Hannah collection to the mixed gold designs of the Leah and Lauren diamond wedding rings, we can make rings to fit most sizes. To ensure you know the correct size before ordering, order one of our free ringsizers. We can also take some of the stress out of planning the big day by delivering any of these exquisite wedding rings direct to your door, absolutely free.
Each ring is UK hallmarked and come with a free insurance valuation certificate, plus all 18K and platinum rings come with certificates of authenticity. Every diamond wedding ring is handcrafted to the same exacting standards to ensure your special day remains exactly that.
More Interesting Facts About Wedding Rings.....
In the UK, the tradition of wearing a wedding ring on the third finger on the left hand stems from a fable from ancient Greece that an artery called the vena amoris runs directly from that finger to the heart, a belief that we now know not to be true. A romantic notion all the same though.
However in other European cultures, women wear the ring on their right hand and Scandinavians often sport three rings to symbolise engagement, marriage and motherhood. Jewish brides wear the ring on their index finger as they use that digit to point while they are reading the Torah.
The practice of men wearing wedding rings only came into being during the middle of the twentieth century, when men facing lengthy separations from their loved ones throughout World War II used the wedding band as a comforting reminder of their wives and families. This romantic gesture of love and affection happily survived, and nowadays the majority of men are still happy to go along with this public display of their fidelity and commitment.