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Where did eternity rings come from?

 



Symbolic of everlasting love, the Eternity ring dates back to ancient times - est 6000 B.C, with the Egyptians believing that ring not only symbolizing of love lasting eternity, but also representative of a passage into the future.

 

 

 

Back in those times, the ring was made up of simple metals; only later in the 60s using diamonds that have since been a staple in gifting for love.

 

 

What exactly do they mean?

 

A eternity ring is the ultimate universal way to show love and commitment to someone in many different occasions. Not only do they symbolise eternity, but eternity rings also represent equality, completion, perfection and boundless affection. Diamonds on their own symbolise love, fidelity, strength, purity, trust and truth.

Not just for lovers; eternity rings can be given to those whom you appreciate such as friends and family members.

Some people even give themselves a an eternity ring to simply remind themselves of special memories and moments in life worth celebrating.



Promise Ring vs Eternity Ring

 

A promise ring is a precurser of what is to come next; marriage, whereas eternity rings are given after marriage, often for a ten year anniversary. Eternity rings mean a commitment to eternal love. Both signify commitment, but the meaning behind a promise rings is slightly different to that of the eternity.