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The origin of engagement rings is unclear so I will share some of the most common stories with you

The ancient Egyptians loved their jewels. They believed that a vein ran special love of the fourth finger of his left hand on the heart …. where the engagement ring is still posted today. Another Because of the importance of the 4th finger is on the Midevil sometimes ceremonial presiding priest or the groom put the engagement ring in the first three fingers say "the Father, Son and Holy Spirit," finishing in fourth finger in which he would stay.

The Romans used "engagement" iron rings. Over time, these rings were made of gold and embellished. Some networks also had a carved principles key to symbolize how a woman could open the heart of her lover. Another theory suggests that the engagement ring was a band of slave in the Roman Republic to indicate that the woman was furniture of man and belongs exclusively to him.

If you are looking to highlight some specific doubt, look no further. In 860 Pope Nicholas I announced a ring that was a requirement to signify the commitment and also provides that there must be a gold ring – which indicates the financial commitment made by the groom. Some sources say that the origin of engagement rings dates back to 1477 when Archduke Maximilian of Austria bought his beloved Mary of Burgundy, some serious bling.

Consider very lucky (or unlucky) depending on your perspective. In Brazil, Sweden and Germany, both men and women have engagement rings.

And some men would like could go back in time to the days of cavemen. The cavemen strands of grass tied around his ankle to claim their respective cavechick piece of meat. This was inconvenient for the cavechick and was finally adjusted so that the strands of grass were tied around your finger in front of his ankle.

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