The tradition of wearing a ring as a symbol of betrothal or matrimony can be traced back to antiquity across numerous cultures and civilizations. The Romans believed that there was a vein in the third finger of the left hand that went straight to the heart; which is why this is often chosen as a wedding finger. Wedding rings are one of the most important keepsakes from your wedding day and it is the piece of jewellery you are likely to wear every day onwards. Traditionally wedding rings tended to be simple bands, which we can make to the specific size and width required. Increasingly people are often choosing more ‘statement’ styles for the groom’s ring and more elaborate or complex designs for the bride’s. This is particularly the case for ladies looking to have a wedding ring that fits flush to their engagement ring on the same finger.