Everything You Need To Know About Rings

Ring, a circular band of gold, silver, or some other precious or decorative material that is worn on the finger. Rings are worn not only on the fingers but also on toes, the ears (earring), and through the nose.

Fun Fact:

The earliest existing rings are those found in the tombs of ancient Egypt. The Egyptians primarily used signet, or seal, rings, in which a seal engraved on the bezel can be used to authenticate documents by the wearer.

Antique rings:

The ancient Greeks were more prone to use rings simply for decoration, and in the Hellenistic period the bezel began to be used to hold individual cabochon stones.

About Rings

Gold rings:

You may never want to take off your beautiful gold ring once it’s on your finger. Have you ever seen a ring at a jewelry store that might look good on your hand, but weren’t sure whether it was for men or women?

This tends to happen more among men than women since women typically have no issue with picking out jewelry.

Women’s gold rings

women’s rings are generally flashy. Anything that quickly grabs your attention with a set of diamonds, is most likely a ring for women.

However, men’s gold rings

would be wider and thicker. While men’s rings still have some flash, it’s usually minimal compared to their counterpart.

Women’s rings also tend to be smaller in size. Men have larger fingers in terms of width.

Engagement rings surveys

Brides’ 2018 survey was designed to reveal key insights into the latest trends, behaviors and spending habits for weddings in America.

Based on responses from 850 brides-to-be or newly married women.

The Knot, which usually publishes its bridal survey at the end of February, reported in 2018 that the average spent on an engagement ring in 2017 was $5,764, down slightly from $6,163 in 2016.

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The Brides report emphasized these emerging trends: In 2018, 9% of couples took a wedding-moon (pre-wedding trip) together; 31% hosted multi-day wedding weekends (up from 20% in 2017); 39% had a post-reception after-party (up from 20% in 2017); and 14% of brides wore a second look for their after-party (up from 7%).

The more the events the more the demand for rings. It’s also said that almost 40% of people purchase their rings online rather than physically visiting the location.

Wedding and engagement ring

these both symbolize the bond and promise of marriage, but they are very different when it comes to tradition and cost.

Regardless of the style you choose, you can expect that your engagement ring will come with a steeper price tag than wedding rings.