Wedding rings make two souls One.
We will cast the two Atlantis wedding rings that are to be wedding bands in the same mold, from the same metal at the same time. This way the two wedding rings are actually one at the moment of their creation.
They are now unique wedding bands. Because this way one can be sure that the two rings are actually One.
When worn as part of a pair, it symbolizes the bond two people share, the solid, enduring, endless bond that connects them even when they're apart. Wedding Rings and men
A wedding band is a symbol of
This potent symbol
of unity sends an unmistakable message about our marital status.
Atlantis rings are the perfect wedding bands. They are simply of a timeless beautiful design. The greatest gift lovers can give each another is the security and safety that only the Atlantis ring provides.
of Egyptian wedding ring.
As chance has it,
the oldest recorded exchange of wedding rings comes from ancient Egypt, about
4800 years ago.
early Egypt, the ring was linked with the supernatural, a never-ending band
linked with eternal love. For the Romans later, the ring's acceptance by a young
lady was a binding, legal agreement and the girl was no longer free. Today we
accept the ring as part of a religious ceremony when we marry in church.
time passes traditions change and, today, it is not only the brides who wear
rings as a symbol of their lasting affection, but the majority of men also
choose to wear this badge of fidelity and commitment.
Wear wedding ring
left or right hand.
Most people wear the wedding band on
the left hand. However,
some European women wear the ring on their right hand. Some Scandinavian women
wear three rings, one each for
Jewish brides have the ring placed on
their index finger, since that is the finger with which they point to the Torah
as they read. Early
Puritans refused to wear wedding
rings because they considered jewelry frivolous, yet in Colonial times, couples
exchanged "wedding thimbles" - a useful and practical gift, and
therefore acceptable - but after the wedding they often cut off the bottoms
thereby creating rings. Whatever the culture, whatever the century, people have
recognized the importance of sealing their unions with rings.
But why the third finger of the left hand?
are many theories as to why this particular finger came to symbolize marriage.
Both the ancient Romans and Egyptians believed that a vein - called the vena
amoris in Latin - ran directly from that finger to the heart.
In medieval England, a bridegroom
would slide the ring part way up his bride's thumb, index and middle finger,
saying "In the name of the father, the son, and the holy ghost" as he
passed each one. He then put the ring on the next available finger - the third
finger of the left hand. This practice was finally formalized in the 1500's when
Henry VIII's son authored The Book of Common Prayer, which gives English modern
Protestant wedding vows and decrees on which finger our wedding rings should go.
The practice of men wearing wedding
rings is relatively new. Up until the middle of the twentieth century, it was
mostly only women who wore wedding rings, perhaps a reminder of the days when
women were regarded as property, or perhaps a harmless custom akin to women
wearing engagement rings that their husbands do not. When World War Two broke
out and many young men faced lengthy separations from their wives, men began
wearing wedding bands as a symbol of their marriages and a reminder of their
was pure romance, a gesture of love and affection that has happily survived into
modern times. The vast majority of men wear wedding bands these days.
Your Atlantis wedding band is far more precious than any photo album or fancy dress.
You will always be able to wear the
ring you were married with when it is an Atlantis ring, even if for whatever
reason the marriage has ended. The Atlantis ring is assumed to become as much
part of the wearer as it is also a wedding band.