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Ring Buying Guide

Finger Rings are the most commonly worn pieces of jewelry, and many have significance beyond ornamental. Some Rings are by their nature symbolic, while others take on added symbolism depending on the finger you wear them on. Apart from the most popular engagement and wedding Rings, and the everyday casual and party Rings, there are special Rings for friendship, motherhood, affiliation, office and commemoration.

While being so universally used, Rings also require the most care in choosing. You must decide upon the best style and size for your finger, and select your preferred design, metal and stones keeping in mind your allocated budget.
A Ring given to and worn by a woman signifying her engagement to be married. Typically a man will spend one or two months’ salary on a Ring and purchase the Ring in advance. Or, as part of an increasing modern custom, a couple will choose the engagement Ring together. Whilst this may spoil the surprise, the future bride has the opportunity to select the correct size of her ring as well as her preferred gemstone, setting and band.
A Ring presented in a marriage ceremony to signify marital commitment. Originally worn only by the woman, it is now common for both spouses to wear such a Ring. The wedding Ring is usually worn on the third finger on the left hand and can be made from Gold, white Gold, Silver or other metals such as Platinum or Titanium. Men’s wedding Rings tend to be larger and weigh more than women’s wedding Rings. As these Rings are designed to be worn for life, it is important that you choose a metal that you are comfortable wearing. Also consider engravings or inscriptions on your wedding Rings. These can be simple engravings such as your names or the wedding date, or a personal message for you to cherish.
Forever, for eternity, this special Ring is reserved for everlasting love. The eternity Ring is easily identified by a circle of gemstones all around the outer band of the Ring. A half-eternity Ring has gemstones covering half of the outer band – these are more readily available and are popular gifts between family and close friends. Eternity Rings can be worn on any finger but are mostly found as well as, or instead of, an engagement or wedding Ring on the third finger of the left hand.
A dress Ring, dinner Ring, cocktail Ring or fashion Ring can be worn every day and for any occasion. Although dress Rings are typically large and vibrant, set with glittering precious and semi-precious gemstones, some dress Rings are more subtle and reserved with plain bands and simple designs.
The Wishbone Ring takes its name from its likeness to the chicken wishbone. It is similar to a circular Ring, however has indentations. The wishbone Ring is also known as an “M” Ring or “W” Ring, depending on how it is worn. Wishbone Rings can be plain or contain gemstones and are popular with women as their unique shape can be flattering and appear to elongate the hand. Wishbone Rings can be interlocked together to create a beautiful and glamorous effect.