wedding ring. Thursday , March 15th , 2018 - 16:56:57 PM
Secondly whilst the wearing of jewellery by women is so common as to go unremarked that is not necessarily the case for men. For many men the wearing of mens wedding bands is just a case of being asked to wear jewellery. Men often do not feel comfortable wearing jewellery and in many cases have never done so before. Whilst some men see their wedding band as different to wearing ordinary jewellery, others feel just the same as if they were being asked to wear ear rings. Its just not done by men. The author, for example, wears a man wedding band, but would never consider wearing any other form of jewellery.
Small diamonds set in the platinum bands is gaining popularity, however most of the designs for men do not feature any precious gems. Tungsten and titanium are also being used quite frequently these days, since they can withstand a great deal of wear and tear along with being easy to carve and engrave. Depending on the personality of your boyfriend, there are various designs you can go for. Celtic and paisley designs have made a recent comeback, which feature styled crosses and knots being carved all around the wedding band. Such a wedding ring design is antique looking and gives a wonderful sense of old-worldliness to the ring.
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