Looking Black Pearl Wedding Ring
One of the oldest traditions relating to the wedding is the exchange of the wedding rings. Not only is this an age old tradition but also this is a custom followed almost throughout the world. Though for different cultures there are some differences in the custom of the exchange of the ring during the wedding still the basic concept is always the same. It is believed that with the exchange of the wedding rings the souls of the couple becomes one. There are also some belief that the wedding ring should be worn on the fourth finger of the left had as the belief is that there is a vein that goes straight to the heart. But the fact is that there is no such vein on that particular finger.
Whilst diamonds are not of course as popular with men as with women they do make a clear statement which pleases some men who choose them. Diamond mens rings clearly say "I can afford it" or at least the big ones do. But it can be a brave man who chooses to wear a large diamond band. Ultimately there are no rules about choosing a man wedding band. It is up to either the man or the couple together to make a decision. Will he or wont he. There are a variety of considerations. First will he wear one? Once that decision is made in the affirmative then there is a whole world of choice about styles widths materials and the type of statement the ring makes both for the man and the woman.
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It is perfectly possible for a couple to buy a ring set where the style of the rings match perfectly or even with matching engraved messages of love. Generally though even where the couple are to wear a matching ring set the two rings are different. It is more common for the mans wedding ring to be wider than the womans. This is because mens hands and womens hands are different. A woman usually has narrower finer fingers and so a narrower band suits her hand. A man on the other hand has wider chunkier fingers and so a wider man wedding band is more suited. This often results in the mans ring costing more than the womans ring even with matching styles as the mans ring uses more often expensive material.
Is it heavy? Does it rub? Silly as it may seem to women this can be of concern to some men. (If this genuinely is of concern it is quite possible to find a cheap jewellery shop buy the cheapest ring available and wear it for a while. See exactly what it feels like. And find out your size at the same time.) Mens wedding rings are in the eyes of some men effeminate. "Real men" dont wear rings or jewellery at all. This is becoming less of an issue as the wearing of a mans wedding ring becomes more common but is still an issue with many men. Culture is also a consideration. In many cultures the wearing of wedding rings by men would never be considered. Men must think about how their particular culture and also their religion would view the wearing of a wedding band. There are also practical considerations.