Symbols

Subtlety is a big thing in wedding rings. They don’t need to shout things to the world, but just quietly remind us of what’s most important to us. Adding symbols to rings often works better the more understated it is. The maple and cedar tree outlines represent a Canadian and Lebanese couple beautifully.

Description

Subtlety is a big thing in wedding rings. They don’t need to shout things to the world, but just quietly remind us of what’s most important to us. Adding symbols to rings often works better the more understated it is. The maple and cedar tree outlines represent a Canadian and Lebanese couple beautifully. Details of the engraved wedding rings with symbols on this page are as follows:

Photo 1 & 2: Bird, anchors and skull in palladium

Photo 3: “English woman loves Danish man loves…” in symbols, palladium

Photo 4: Simplified initials in palladium

Photo 5: Rose and eucalyptus leaves (to represent English and Australian couple) in platinum

Photo 6: Maple and cedar trees (to represent Lebanese and Canadian couple) in 18ct white gold and palladium

Photo 7: Christian fish symbol on 9ct white gold pair

Photo 8: 9ct red gold with brushed off black rhodium plating, with swallow tattoos inside