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Classification of Flat Wedding Bands - Make Your Choice Right

by Donnell Dean Wedding Bands

The custom of wearing a wedding band is a long tradition, and it is also believed adopted by the ancient Egyptian civilization. The flat wedding bands symbolize the love the couple has for each other, and as a custom, is worn on the fourth finger of the left hand. It is widely believed that the vein from the fourth finger reaches the heart directly, which has been proven wrong by science. But it has become a part of a tradition and has a romantic feel to the taught.  

Since the couple will be wearing one pair of the classic wedding band for the rest of their married lives, choosing it makes an important assignment for the couple. Hence, before choosing the ring style that will be part of your body forever, the couple needs to do due diligence and learn about the different kinds of wedding bands available, which will suit their personalities. 

The wedding bands can be classified by the metals from which they are prepared, like silver, white gold, rose gold, traditional yellow gold, platinum, titanium, tungsten, etc. They are then classified based on their profile: a court, flat court, concave, flat, halo, and D-shape. They are also classified based on their finish that is a mirror, fine matte, coarse matte, hammered, stardust, and sandblasted. Finally, they are classified based on the style that is plain band, gem-set, shaped, duotone, engraved, and inlay.

From the above classification, it is very clear that the couples have various choices from which they can select their flat wedding bands, but it also clears that it is not easy for the couple to choose a ring from so many varieties. Since these bands not only symbolize their wedding day, it will also be part of them for the entire married life.


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