Marriage in the Orthodox Church is not a simple prayer. The Wedding is a public official and festive ceremony that takes place with a Meeting of the Church. Christ himself attends this ceremony according to his promise. Because the presence of Christ is secret and invisible, that is why Marriage is called the Holy Mystery.
A key element of the Wedding Ceremony are the rings worn by the newlyweds. The rings symbolize the heavenly and divine Grace and power of Christ given to them by the Holy Mystery and which unites them "In one flesh". The newlyweds must preserve this precious gift "as the apple of their eye". To achieve this, however, they must continue to be bound and united with Christ and his divine Grace and power.
Dimitrios Exclusive wedding rings, made with passion for the unique moment of each couple, offer optimism for the future and make them strive, to conquer day by day and step by step, the unity of love between them.
- Model: D125A
- Weight: 4.40g