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- Pave Set Round Diamond Milgrain Wedding Band$139 - $349
- Half Eternity Five Stone Aquamarine Wedding Band$209 - $1,219
- Half Eternity Seven Stone Ruby and Diamond Wedding Band$279 - $2,399
- Ruby & Diamond Marquise and Dot Band$279 - $1,409
- Plain Wedding Band with Secret Diamond$129 - $679
- Triple Row Amethyst Dome Wedding Band$169 - $299
- Half Eternity 7 Stone Tanzanite and Diamond Wedding Band$249 - $1,959
- Round Diamond Twin Row Chevron Wedding Band$239 - $519
- Half Eternity Seven Stone Citrine Wedding Band$189 - $1,399
- Triple Row Coffee Diamond Dome Wedding Band$249 - $379
- Blue Sapphire & Diamond Marquise and Dot Band$219 - $1,369
- Triple Row Swiss Blue Topaz Dome Wedding Band$189 - $339
- Half Eternity Seven Stone Ruby Wedding Band$279 - $2,619
- Triple Row Citrine Dome Wedding Band$179 - $329
- Pink Sapphire & Diamond Marquise and Dot Band$229 - $1,129
- U-Pave Set Diamond Half Eternity Wedding Band$489 - $1,659
- Triple Row Diamond Dome Wedding Band$309 - $419
- Half Eternity Five Stone Ruby and Diamond Wedding Band$459 - $3,219
- Emerald & Diamond Marquise and Dot Band$219 - $1,329
- Half Eternity Seven Stone Aquamarine Wedding Band$199 - $1,259
- Triple Row Garnet Dome Wedding Band$179 - $309
- Fishtail-Set Diamond Eternity Wedding Band$649 - $2,449
- Triple Row Peridot Dome Wedding Band$219 - $349
- Half Eternity Seven Stone Peridot Wedding Band$149 - $1,579
- Triple Row Pink Sapphire Dome Wedding Band$209 - $369
- Half Eternity Seven Stone Pink Sapphire Wedding Band$259 - $1,829
- Half Eternity Five Stone Blue Sapphire Wedding Band$259 - $3,779
- Half Eternity Five Stone Pink Sapphire Wedding Band$249 - $3,779
- Half Eternity Seven Stone Garnet Wedding Band$169 - $1,419
- Triple Row Ruby Dome Wedding Band$229 - $369
- Half Eternity 5 Stone Emerald and Diamond Wedding Band$389 - $3,189
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About Wedding Bands
Everyone is aware that a wedding band holds immense significance for a couple. It’s not just the mark of a new milestone, but also the hope of a beautiful future together. Human civilization realized the worth of this simple piece of jewelry a long time ago. In fact, the history of wedding bands can be traced back to Egypt. Some records suggest that about 4,800 years ago, the Egyptians twisted and braided sedges and reeds that grew alongside the well-known papyrus. These were then given to women as a sign of engagement. The idea behind turning these raw materials into a circular piece of ornament was to symbolize eternity.
A circle has no specific beginning or an end, and it was therefore used to signify never-ending and immortal love not just by the Egyptians, but many other ancient cultures as well. Even the hole in the center of a ring was considered important. Many believed it was not just an empty space, but rather a door or gateway, which led to both known and unknown things. And when such a meaningful band is exchanged between couples, it marks permanence and a desire to move ahead in life, together. Soon this tradition moved on to different parts of the world and the wedding band slowly got upgraded. As the material used for these rings were not durable, people started using leather, bone or ivory. The more expensive the material, the more value it carried. Gradually, metals came into the picture and were used to demonstrate wealth and power.
Today, wedding bands are available in a variety of glistening metal options and you can find most of them at Angara. Here’s a list of the popular choices available on our site:
This robust metal is renowned for its durability. It’s a preferred choice for people who have sensitive skin as platinum is hypoallergenic in nature.
In comparison to platinum, this metal is a slightly less durable but extremely lustrous. It is often chosen for its traditional look.
Yellow gold is combined with copper, zinc and nickel (or palladium) to achieve this popular metal for wedding rings. It is plated with rhodium for protection against scratches and to give it a distinctive sheen.
This is often preferred by women for its charming, feminine hue. Rose gold rings do not have the tendency to tarnish, however the copper present in the metal can cause allergic reactions to some.
Two Tone Gold:
Perfect for those who want to make the best of two different shades of gold in a single piece. The cost of this metal may be slightly high as it includes two types of gold.
In addition to these, we also have beautiful wedding bands crafted in tricolor gold, tungsten carbide, cobalt and silver. When it comes to design, you’re certainly going to be spoilt for choice. From plain bands to the ones embedded with diamonds and vibrant gemstones; we have them all! Matching wedding bands available at Angara are yet another great option for couples as they showcase harmony of your thoughts, and are romantic at the same time. You can also customize them with engravings. In terms of style, the infinity wedding band is frequently chosen as it represents never-ending love, friendship and trust. Eternity bands are also popular for similar reasons. In addition to these, you’ll find many other gorgeous patterns to pick from. Some of these include solitaire, three-stone, vintage-inspired and two-stone. We also have several contemporary designs for modern couples. No matter what you’re looking for, you will find it right here!
As a wedding band is a purchase that will remain with you for ages, it is important to invest some time and browse through our extensive collection before buying. Every single piece of jewelry you’ll find here has been designed to offer you the best of quality and expert craftsmanship. At Angara, customer satisfaction is of pivotal importance to us. We, therefore, offer a full refund or exchange if you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase. For more details, click here. You can also call us on 1-844-527-4367 for any assistance required.