Wedding rings from DiamondGeezer.com
Your wedding ring
is symbolic of the most important day of your life. It represents enduring love, trust and companionship and a bond that should last forever. So isn't it worth making sure that your ring stands the test of time too?
All DiamondGeezer.com wedding rings
are manufactured in house, yours will be made especially for you, no one else will have ever put it on. Each design is unique and made to the highest standards of quality. So when you first put it on, you'll know that it's more than special enough for your special day. And remember, you'll always be the first person to wear it - you won't find 'pre-loved' rings here, only rings made especially for you.
We've got rings for all tastes, so whether you're after something understated, or you want to make a real statement, you'll find the right ring, right here. And if you're not delighted, we'll give you your money back.
What type of Wedding ring are you looking for?
Our wedding ring designs
We've got traditional gold rings, as well as rose gold, white gold, and platinum rings. There are hundreds of women's and men's rings to choose from, so you're sure to find a design that's the perfect match for your partner's personality.
On the more understated end of the scale, plain polish and single diamond wedding rings are exquisitely elegant - graceful, beautiful and subtly striking.
Or you can make sure all eyes are on your ring finger, with our 'wow!' designs. A DiamondGeezer.com 'wow!' ring almost seems to scream 'look at me', with its twinkling cluster of gorgeous diamonds.
Our channel-set designs marry subtly and splendour in perfect harmony. These clean, modern designs boast a fantastically lustrous finish, and are smooth and sleek so won't snag on clothes.
Celtic wedding rings aren't set with diamonds, but they come complete with plenty of 'wow-factor' thanks to their intricately cut Celtic-style designs - perfect for those who appreciate history, mystery and tradition.
If you're looking for the perfect set of rings to represent your special bond, then browse our collection of matching wedding rings. We've got 'his and hers' matching rings, as well as matching designs for gay men.
We've only touched on the variety of designs that we offer, so take a look through the categories above to find the ring that fits.
In the unlikely event that you can't find the design you want, let us create one for you, based on your specifications. Contact us
to find out more information.
In the unlikely event that you can't find the design you want, let us create one for you, based on your specifications.
Full design service available FREE PHONE 08080-DIAMOND [08080-342666] OR CLICK HERE
History of the wedding ring
The use of rings to symbolise marriage and eternal love can be traced back as far as the ancient Egyptians. These Egyptian rings were fashioned from reeds and rushes, and had to be frequently replaced, as they would quickly decay.
However, since the Egyptians were usually polygamous, the wedding ring didn't necessarily signify faithfulness, as it does today.
The ancient Romans too used rings to signify betrothal, but like the Egyptian reed bands, these differed in meaning from our modern rings. In the eyes of Roman men, wives were seen as possessions - and the rings were predominantly used to signify ownership.
Some traditions surrounding the wedding ring still survive from ancient times. The ring finger - the third finger of the left hand - was given special significance by these ancient peoples as it was believed that the finger contained a vein that went directly to the heart.
And although it's not necessarily explicit in modern marriage ceremonies, the shape of the wedding ring is significant, as it was to many earlier cultures across the world. The circle has no end and no beginning, signifying eternity. And it also reflects the shape of the sun and the moon, which were worshipped by many ancient peoples.
There's even a remnant of the earlier Roman idea of rings representing ownership. After all, part of the reason that we wear rings is to signify to potential suitors that we're already 'taken'.
The traditions surrounding weddings and special jewellery continue to evolve today. For example, it only became customary for men to wear wedding rings during the Second World War, when soldiers would wear them to remind themselves of their wives back home.
As the wedding ceremony changes through time, though, we can be quite certain that the wedding ring - and all the symbolism that comes with it - will endure for many years to come.
Ethically sourced diamonds
When you buy a diamond wedding ring from DiamondGeezer.com, you can be certain that the diamonds have been sourced from legitimate sources. We guarantee it.
For more information about our ethical, conflict-free diamonds, see our blood diamond