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History of Welsh Gold. From Queen Victoria to Kate Middleton their wedding rings have been made from Welsh gold

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Sumerian Cloisonné ring (possibly a wedding ring). Iraq, ca. 3000 BCE. (Louvre Paris Reunion des Musees National/Art Resource, New York/Photograph by Zeva Oelbaum).

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Raw Diamond White gold Engagement Ring Rough Gold Wedding Ring diamond Wedding Ring Rough Diamond Ring byAngeline 0210

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King Richard's ring. English, 15th century. possibly belonging to Richard the III (1483-85).

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5 Ideas for Your Wedding in Tuscany

5 Ideas for Your Wedding in Tuscany. Gelato cart: It is easy to hire a vintage gelato cart similar to this one to roll in at midnight to give a tasty, refreshing break during the disco part of your reception. You can have up to 4 flavors with cups, cones and toppings. Your guests will love this oh-so-Italian treat!

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The History of Jewish Wedding Rings

14th century gold "Jewish wedding ring shaped like a hexagonal building – symbolising both the marital home and the Temple of Jerusalem – with gothic arches, gables and a pyramidal roof on which is inscribed mazel tov (good wishes).... [Discovered in Erfurt, Germany, it was] most likely buried by Jews in fear of their lives during the Black Death when gentiles blamed them for causing the plague....1000 Erfurt Jews were slaughtered in one day in March 1349." thehistoryblog.com

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Today, the concept of wedding rings has spread throughout many cultures and is probably the most widely recognized symbol of marriage in the world.

Today, the concept of wedding rings has spread throughout many cultures and is probably the most widely recognized symbol of marriage in the world.

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The Double Wedding Ring is the most popular pattern in the history of quilting. The 1928 pattern explains the origin of the design: "When so...