Dating back 3,000 years, wedding rings have a storied history. The ancient Egyptians were the first to use the ring as a symbol of eternity, with its “never-ending” shape. With the introduction of the Greeks, under Alexander the Great, the symbol was appropriated. The Greeks would use the circle, in the form of a ring, as a present for their romantic partners. In like fashion, when the Romans came and conquered the Greeks, they themselves began using the symbol. The Romans are the first group to be recorded using the rings in marriage ceremonies. And so the tradition began!

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