The wedding band is almost as ancient as the custom of marriage itself. From as early as the second century B.C., a circle of gold has signified a life-long bond.
The circular shape represents the love that flows from one to another without end and forever. Gold symbolizes the durability of that love.
The ring is placed on the fourth finger of the left hand because people thought that this finger had a vein that ran directly to the heart.
Today, wedding bands still symbolize the same vows of marriage. You can choose from hundreds of styles, from plain to intricately hand-engraved.
To view some of the hundreds of wedding bands in our store, visit our Photo Gallery.