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INTERESTING FACTS AND MYTHS ABOUT WEDDING BANDS January 16, 2023 – Posted in: Wedding Jewellery – Tags: ,

Wedding season brings  plethora of excitement to every member of family, and the search for the best wedding bands starts. Mens Wedding Bands are an essential part of the wedding, which is why they always take center stage. People try to make things better at the time of their wedding because, in many cases, it only happens once, so it desired to have a perfect wedding. While buying a wedding band, there are certain things to consider because it attaches a pure feeling and the couple has to wear it for life, so it is the symbol of their love and togetherness. It depends on the person who is getting married whether to buy a simple wedding band made of diamond stones or a wedding band made of colorful stones to match the attire.

There are many superstitions and interesting facts about this important component of contemporary wedding custom, which dates back much further than you might think. Do you believe in superstitious beliefs or do you prefer to rely on your own intuition? Continue reading to learn what our ancestors believed and to gain a deeper knowledge of this fascinating marriage custom.

MYTHS AND FACTS ABOUT WEDDING BANDS

  • THE VERY FIRST WEDDING RINGS DISCOVERED

The origins of wedding rings have been discovered in Egypt, dating back over 6,000 years. Wedding rings made of reeds or hemp plaited into a loop at the time. Although these have not existed for some time, people have still tried to revive this tradition in this advanced world to keep their weddings simple and sophisticated at the same time. Many people believe that wearing a ring that is traceable to history is the symbol of a long-lasting relationship.

  • SNAKES WIDELY MISUNDERSTOOD ANIMALS

As the serpent is most usually associated with Satan in the Bible, it’s often assumed to possess a dual personality of both right and wrong, and thus can have significant relationships like intellect and good fortune. Snake rings, particularly those with crimson eyes, were very traditional Mens Wedding Bands in Victorian England, owing to the emerald serpent ring Prince Albert used to propose to Queen Victoria. The Queen did believe the wires, which swirl into circle, symbolize eternal love, and will guarantee true “happily ever after”.

  • THE SHINE OF THE RING CAN REVEAL YOUR FUTURE

An old myth holds that if a pregnant woman dangles her wedding ring on a wire over her baby bump, she can tell the gender of her child by the way the ring moves. Moving back and forth indicates a boy while swinging in a circle indicates a girl. Unmarried women can find out how many years they’ll have to wait before they get married by dangling a wedding band on one of their hairs over a glass; the number of times the wedding ring strikes the outer edge of the crystal signifies how many years left for that person to find the perfect partner.

  • BLUE REPRESENTS MARITAL HARMONY

Jewellery is available in several colors, and each has its own symbolic meaning. It thought that engagement and wedding rings set with a blue sapphire or royal blue stone can assist in ensuring a long and prosperous marriage because they represent commitment, dedication, and sincerity. People place a high value on such superstitions when getting married, wanting their union serve a model for others.

  • THE LEFT HAND MADE FOR A WEDDING BAND

According to superstition, the vein in your ring finger on your left-hand goes directly to your heart, so wearing your Mens Wedding Bands there is symbolic. This is probably common method getting married these days. Medical practitioners may assert that there isn’t any valid clinical evidence to back up this, but it has now become an established wedding tradition in Western culture to place the wedding ring on this specific finger.

  • ABILITY TO HEAL 

Wedding bands believed to have healing powers. In nineteenth-century Ireland, for example, rubbing a wedding band on a wound or inflamed body part considered to cure it. People also believed that piercing a lump with a gooseberry thorn through a wedding band would remove the wart. In Somerset, people believed that rubbing your wedding ring on puffy eyes would cure the infectious disease. It’s a good thing we know better now because wedding rings can harbor germs if not washed frequently!