A traditional gold wedding band engraved with Hebrew writing. Advertisements
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The Claddagh symbolizes love (the heart), loyalty (the crown), and friendship (the hands), and has a whole tradition on how it must be worn. If you are married you wear the Claddagh on your left hand with the crown pointing away from your heart. If you are single and looking you wear the Claddagh on your right hand with the crown pointing towards your heart.
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A unique wedding ring even by Hawaiian tradition, I’d imagine. Though it has the tropical leaves of the islands, it lacks the engraving seen on other Hawaiian rings.
Unique wedding ring photo :Tamara & Avi
These three rings are all unique, but for once, it’s the groom’s ring that catches the eye more so than that of the bride. Not only is there a tender inscription in Hebrew from Song of Solomon, but the center of the ring with the inscription spins for ease of reading. The inscription reads “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine.” All rings, the engagement ring and wedding bands, are antiques.
Unique wedding ring photo :Lindo
In India, the woman wears a ring on her toes as a celebration of marriage. The ceremonies are lengthy and elaborate, so be sure to check that the toe rings are a little loose for any swelling from non-stop partying!
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A unique wedding band that has the potential to mean more than meets the eye. The engraving on the band reads Kuuipo, Hawaiian for “sweetheart” and not an unusual custom on Hawaiian heirloom bands.
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This ring has certainly been around! A 14th century wedding ring is a unique find anywhere. A true “crown jewel!”
Unique wedding ring photo :E.M.M.A.N.U.E.L.!.
This is truly a custom made, one-of-a-kind, unique wedding ring. This couple wanted something to truly represent themselves as husband and wife and as individuals. The ankh in the center represents eternal life, while the Adinkra symbol of Hyewohnye, at the center of the ring surrounding the ankh means “unburnable” or permanent.
Unique wedding ring photo :The Be Side
A Russian wedding ring made from two different types of chains of sterling silver with a square crystal bead in the center.
Unique wedding ring photo :Steve O’s Photos
A quote by the photographer says it all: “We are both from Irish decent and our rings, are made from the Celtic symbol for infinity, which is kind of cool because it’s in a circle (infinity x2)”