People Are Now Choosing Ancient Jewellery for Their Wedding or Engagement Rings

Web-based antique jewellery company reports record sales in ancient wedding rings. Modern couples are looking for links with the past.

London, United Kingdom, November 06, 2014 --( Choosing a wedding ring is one of the most important choices a couple have to make as they prepare for marriage, after all, chances are that the ring will be worn for many years, so it needs to be right. These days, more and more people are turning to the past for their wedding rings, preferring to choose a ring that was worn over 2000 years ago by a Celtic or Roman bride or groom rather than going for something more modern. Antique jewellery company Antiquities Giftshop is delighted by the trend.

Sales Manager Jennifer Marina says: "The thing about Roman and Celtic wedding rings is that, as well as being beautifully crafted and unusual; they are also redolent with symbolism. Couples these days are more spiritual in many ways, and they choose their wedding ring to reflect that. Two thousand years ago, every item of jewellery that was worn had some kind of symbolic meaning, and people appreciate that and want to bring that symbolism into their lives.

"Another reason why antique jewellery is more popular for weddings is that people are more individual in their choices – they want something nobody else has. And of course, there are rings to suit every budget, whether you want a simple Celtic hand fast ring in bronze or silver, or a stunning Roman gold ring. Ancient gold wedding rings in particular are an excellent investment and a perfect choice for such a special time."

Antiquities Giftshop always has a good selection of wedding rings on the site, and if there is nothing suitable, the company will try to source a ring that meets ones requirements. All purchases come with a certificate of authenticity and free shipping worldwide. Stocks are replenished on a regular basis, so potential customers are advised to check back regularly.

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William J Alleman