Rings have been used since ancient times as symbols of the promise of marriage and are often found in the Old Testament. But apart from being symbols of the bond between the two, they are also symbols of power and honor. In ancient times, the man with the ring gave his wife the power to start in his house.
Today, some people see a similar symbolism in wedding rings, claiming that once a man and a woman wear a wedding ring, they cease to be masters of themselves and one surrenders himself to the power of the other. The exchange of rings also symbolizes their dependence on each other, the love they will share in the future and the commitment to remain faithful to each other.
The olive branch symbolizes victory and peace and was traditionally worn by brides, not only in ancient Greece, but also in all Mediterranean countries. The wedding ring from the Wedding Ring by Dimitrios Exclusive collection with the ornate golden olive branches worthily continues the tradition of our country.
- Model: D126
- Weight: 3.80g
- Dimensions: 0.00cm x 0.40cm x 0.00cm