Wedding rings - Wedding bands

The custom of wearing a wedding ring has been handed down from ancient times. Both the Egyptians and in the ancient Roman Empire, wives wore a ring, which was considered a sign of commitment. The wedding rings, also known as wedding rings, are given to each other by name and meaning during the wedding ceremony. In the course of time up to the present modern age, the wearing of wedding rings on the hands of both spouses has become more common, whereby it is worn in the classical manner on the ring finger of the left hand. The background is the direct connection of a vein from the heart directly into the ring finger, the so-called vein amoris (translated from Latin as "vein of love").

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