Promise Rings a symbol of love and commitment!

01 November 2021

Promise rings are an essential addition to your businesses jewellery collection. They are a symbol of love and commitment between two people and a beautiful way to express devotion.

What is the history of promise rings?

In the Middle Ages, men gave posy rings as tokens of love to their romantic interests. These Posy rings were often decorated with romantic phrases such as, “united hearts, death only parts” or “love conquers all things.” Choosing a heartfelt inscription reflected the giver’s literacy and education.

In the Middle Ages, promise rings symbolized love as they do now. The meaning of a promise ring is unique to each couple. However, normally when a promise ring is given it signals commitment to an exclusive relationship. Promise rings are not engagement rings but they can serve as a ‘promise’ when a couple is waiting to get married or as a memento when a couple is apart.

They can be beautiful declarations of love.

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What finger do you wear a promise ring on?

Promise rings can be worn on any finger. The most common option is the ring finger or the middle finger. Some people also wear promise rings on a chain around their neck. Couples who marry will often switch their promise ring from their left hand to their right hand after their wedding.

When are promise rings given?

Promise rings are often given on special occasions, such as birthdays, anniversaries, but they can be given on any occasion. The reason behind the promise ring is unique for each individual couple. The meaning of the promise is normally discussed when the ring is given.

What do promise rings look like?

Promise rings are available in a variety of styles and should be tailored for the wears tastes. Examples of the style of promise rings includes:

• Simple diamond inspired rings.

• Simple bands: with or without gemstones, engraved with initials, a band-style promise ring is a classic approach.

• Birthstone rings: Giving the wearer his or her birthstone is perfect for longevity, as the ring can be worn alongside an engagement ring later on.

• Cluster rings: Several stones grouped together sparkle like an engagement ring without trying to be one.

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