The Wide Gold Band

Thursday 12th Feb 2015

Legend has it that the tradition of married folk wearing wedding rings dates back over 3000 years to the Egyptians. The circle was seen as a symbol of eternity and thus never-ending love between the couple. The ‘wedding finger’ was chosen for the belief that it had a special vein that connected directly to the heart.

As fas as fashion’s concerned however, the rest of your fingers are free agents and thus open to your liberal, whimsical adornment.

My favourite of late is the wide gold band, with its simple, unadulterated lines that look great worn on their own or else as a weighty cluster across your fingers and thumbs for some ‘elegant knuckleduster’ styling.

See something you like?

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1. Tory Burch ’Tory’ set of 3 wide band rings in hi-shine brass, $135
2. Adia Kibur wide band ring, $40.47
3. Pink Lou Lou ’Tube’ gold plate wide band ring, $139

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