Gold Rings / Women's Pure Gold Rings
The desire to beautify yourself is important in all cultures to some extent. Even thousands of years ago people would manufacture their own jewellery from natural materials. One of the olders forms of jewellery is undoubtedly a ring. Archeological excavations have revealed various rings made from bone or horn; rings made from bronze, iron or precious metals have been found in other cultures. Rings decorated with pearls, corals and gemstones were used as jewellery but they also represented a symbol of power. A closed circle of the ring with no beginning or ending has always been a symbol of love and eternity. In Ancient Egypt and Rome women's gold rings were a symbol of marriage and faithfullness. Until the late Middle Ages it was quite common that the bride received a women's ring as her wedding ring.