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Article: Which ring to choose depending on the stage in your relationship?

Which ring to choose depending on the stage in your relationship? - Milas Jewels Shop

Which ring to choose depending on the stage in your relationship?

Since childhood, most women think about building a solid relationship with that incredible person who accompanies us in unforgettable moments and with whom we build a future together. And when we begin a relationship, we must go through different stages through which we are growing and evolving.


Two of these stages are very marked with a ring: the engagement ring and the wedding ring. However, not everyone knows that there are 4 more rings that are symbolically delivered throughout a relationship.


So, today we want to share the 6 types of rings that are delivered in a relationship.


6 types of rings depending on the stage of your relationship


The rings have been used since ancient times and each design has acquired a certain meaning, whether power, beauty, status, commitment, among others. And relationships do not escape this magical symbolism.


• Ring of promise:

The promise ring is delivered at the engagement stage before the engagement ring. This type of ring is the first symbol within a relationship that means loyalty, dedication and readiness to build a future together. It’s a pre-engagement promise. This promise ring is simple and the design usually carries a small heart-shaped stone in the center, or they can be like two intertwined rings.

• Ring of engagement:

This jewel, also known as solitaire ring, is the ring that represents a close marriage and the durability of love. It is the promise of true love and fidelity between two people. The design of an engagement ring usually has a diamond in the center in a circular shape. But, you can also find rings with diamonds of different cuts, such as the princess cut or the cushion cut.

• Ring of marriage

Wedding rings, represented as infinite circles that never end, symbolize eternity and union. These earrings are delivered at the marriage ceremony and are exchanged by the couple to give the long-awaited yes! This ring is placed on the ring finger of the left hand, because in this finger there is a vein called Amoris that goes straight to the heart. Its design is smooth, simple and completely circular, which means that love will have no end.


• Anniversary ring

This ring is usually given after 4 years of marriage because it is composed of several stones and, in certain occasions, each stone means a year of marriage. It symbolizes strength, lived moments and shared memories. It also means happiness and celebration. And, according to the beliefs of some cultures, the Churumbela ring is given as a gift to the mother when the first child is born.



• Ring of past, present and future

This ring is characterized by having three stones: one small, one large, and one small. Each stone represents moments in the relationship. The stone of the past symbolizes the beginning of the relationship and the moments so far lived. The central stone is the present and symbolizes the here and now as a couple. And the stone of the future refers to the promises to be kept and the moments to be lived together.


• Ring of eternity

The eternity ring is given on a significant anniversary, after 20, 40 or 50 years of marriage. It is characterized by being a ring full of stones, which symbolizes the eternal and lasting love that has neither beginning nor end.


These six types of rings complete the hoop designs that are delivered throughout a relationship. And each one, beyond being a simple accessory, has a special meaning, which expresses the commitment, fidelity, union, and support shown by couples in all moments lived in a relationship.

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