What you should know about Couple Rings!

An increasing trend of couples who are involved in a serious relationship is the exchange of promise rings. What exactly do these rings represent? When is it appropriate to present? Is it a commitment to an engagement to come? Find out the answers to these questions, and many more!

What is a Couple Rings?

Rings of promise have become very popular for couples that live together, but don't have plans to marry or never plan to wed. Rings are worn to display to the world that they are more than just in an intimate relationship. For the couple, it's their personal commitment to the relationship that is important and not the religious or legal status of marriage.

A promise ring is most often exchanged between partners involved in a serious romantic relationship. It typically represents the giver's loyalty and commitment to the relationship. Acceptance of the ring signifies that the receiver agrees to do the same. Though these are the usual reasons behind a promise ring every couple decides on what they are promising to one another and what the promise ring signifies. Promise rings can be used as pre-engagement rings however, a lot of couples don't consider their promise rings an act of marriage.

What does a promise ring symbolize?

The relationship is as unique between a couple is, the meaning of their promise ring will be as well. While it's typically used to symbolize the couple's commitment to a committed relationship, the specifics of the promise embodied by the ring is something that must be discussed and decided upon together. A promise ring can be a beautiful and tangible symbol of love and commitment regardless of the meaning.

History of Promise Rings

Traditions of wearing rings to signify commitment and loyalty go back to the time of ancient Rome. In the time of ancient Rome couples looking to get married wore a version of the betrothal ring which are also referred to as promise rings. Ancient Greeks wore rings that reminded them of their beloved. In the past, Egyptians traded rings made of woven reeds and leather to commemorate loved ones.

From the 16th century a version of a promise ring also known as"posy" or "poise" or "posy" ring, was popular in England as well as France. Given as lovers' gifts, these rings were often embellished with romantic poems. In the Georgian period and the Victorian period, "Acrostic rings" were very sought-after. The colored stones were utilized to spell out words that were meaningful. The initial letters of gemstones that were set into rings, for example Jade, Amethyst Diamond Opal Ruby Emerald, are "J'adore" in French.

The popularity of the promise ring as a trend in the mainstream was created by the press around promise rings exchanged by celebrity couples including Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth, as well as Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra.

What's the difference between a Promise Ring and an Engagement Ring?

A promise ring signifies a engagement to a partner. It is not a sign that the couple has accepted the marriage proposal. Promise rings may have a variety of meanings, according to the individual couple's preferences. The engagement ring signifies that a couple has agreed to get married.

Are Promise Ring the same as a Purity Ring?

Purity Rings are symbols of a commitment to personal non-sex until wedding day. Parents can gift them to their children. Alternatively, they may be purchased by an individual. They are made of silver, and they are made of very few gemstones. They usually have engraved messages about chastity.

What's the difference between Promise Ring and a Couple Ring?

Couple rings are rings that are worn together for enjoyment. Although they can be either fashion or fine jewelry, couple rings tend to sport trendy designs and are usually made from unconventional materials. These rings are not intended to symbolize profound commitment in a relationship. They are a less formal way to convey a sense of connection.

Are Promise Rings Only for Women?

In the past it was standard for a man to offer a woman a promise ring. Nowadays, couples of either gender can present and receive promise rings. Both partners wear promise rings that are often matching and sometimes not.

What Are Promise Rings Look Like?

The appearance of promise rings is smaller than engagement rings. They're typically decorated with tiny gems, such as semi-precious or diamonds. Instead of a single gemstone the majority of them are created with some sort of cluster. Promise rings are generally composed of cheaper metals such as silver and 10K gold rather than 14K or even 18K gold. A promise ring should not be compared to an engagement ring when you are planning to marry in the near future.

What is the best time to give a Promise Ring?

Although promise rings are not exactly the same as engagement rings, they still represent the commitment of one's partner. In most cases, couples have been exclusively involved for a lengthy time frame, usually a year or more, before they can consider a promise-ring.

Before giving a promise ring, it should be discussed. Don't give it as a surprise. Promise rings require a conversation about the exact meaning behind it, and the promise made. It's a contract. If you surprise your loved one by proposing with a ring person may be under impression that you are proposing! This can cause confusion and sometimes bitter disappointment and hurt feelings. Such a major misunderstanding could cause a major disruption to a moment designed to celebrate and honour a couple's relationship. It is crucial to understand what the rings of promise represent.

How to Hand out a Promise Ring

Unlike an engagement ring, promise rings aren't presented with the traditional elaborate planning of the formal proposal. Promise rings can be given at Valentine's Day or as a present for a couple's anniversary celebration, at an intimate dinner, or for their birthday, Valentine's Day. The reasons for the proposal of an engagement ring usually planned and well orchestrated. The way to present a promise ring is more casual. It's a great method to create a special time for you and your spouse to discuss your relationship.

Which finger do you wear a Promise Ring?

A promise ring may be placed on any finger or even attached to a necklace. It is typically worn on the left. The promise ring is placed on the other hand if the couple is engaged later on.

Can You Still Wear a Promise Ring Even After You've Been Engaged?

You can wear your promise ring, by placing it on another finger or even having a brand the creation of a new piece of jewelry using its parts.

How Much Does the Cost of a Promise Ring?

Similar to wedding and engagement rings, there is no set cost you have to pay on Promise Rings. It will cost you based on the design, stones and the metals you select. The cost of promise rings ranges from $199 and $1999.

What happens to the Ring in the event of a breakup?

As with engagement and wedding rings Promise rings symbolize your commitment to an ongoing relationship. Relationships are complex and are subject to change. The receiver can decide to exchange or keep the ring if the promise is terminated.

Promise rings are a representation of a couple's commitment to their relationship. The promise that is made is highly personalized and varies between couples. Whatever meaning the couple decides on it is an ideal way to display the love and affection of a couple. We invite you to to explore our extensive selection of stunning Promise Rings at our fine jewelry boutique at 11219 South Dixie Highway in Miami, Florida. There's plenty of parking and our hours are from 10am to 6pm from Monday through Saturday.
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