The Ring Thing

When it comes to engagements the first thing people seem to ask about is ‘The Ring’, everyone has their own way of doing things but friends and family always want to know what was chosen. I remember when my husband proposed to me when we were still teenagers, it wasn’t planned so there was no ring at the time, but it was great fun dragging him around the shops to pick the perfect one, which I ended up swapping in the end anyway and am now allergic to! Oops!

Some people don’t bother with engagement rings at all, others spend years dreaming of their perfect ring, but when it comes to wedding rings most of us end up with something to hand over on the day, so what are the options for wedding and engagement rings?

Well of course there is the family heirloom route if you are lucky and have obliging relatives, there is good old H Samuel for something mass produced, and of course there is the online option. There are some wonderful websites with all sorts of wedding rings to choose from, white gold, yellow gold, welsh gold, silver and so on…

Then there is Berganza, if you aren’t lucky enough to have a family Heirloom hanging about, check out their range of beautiful wedding and engagement rings. They say of their range of rings-

We supply only the finest quality pieces available, and ensure all our gems are natural untreated stones without enhancements. What’s more, we source just those rings that represent the very best of every period. From Roman, Byzantine and Georgian to Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco. Not to mention, the retro fashions of the 1940s and 1950s.

Having a good look at their site I can’t disagree, there are some absolutely stunning unique and hand made designs on offer, and if London was a little closer I might pop in just to do some window shopping!

If you’ve stumbled across this post as you are looking for wedding or engagement rings please accept my congratulations, and whatever you choose remember it comes from the heart and that’s all that counts.

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