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For some couples, the traditional diamond engagement ring and matching wedding bands just aren’t quite right. Among the host of alternatives, gothic rings offer some of the most detailed history and symbolism, and make excellent choices for wedding jewelry.
Gothic rings are characteristic of medieval romanticism, and often have one or many symbols inlaid: crosses, fleur de lis, runes and pentacles, Celtic knots, scrollwork and geometric patterns. The rings are often detailed with dragons, serpents, fairies and other magical creatures, along with colored gemstones and dark metals.
Designing a gothic ring together may be a great choice for couples looking for unique wedding bands. They can choose exactly what they want their rings and marriage to symbolize, and personalize their bands in a way that sets them apart from the typical diamond ring.
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