AFFORDABLE WEDDING RINGS IN KANSAS CITY
When you want to buy wedding rings in Kansas City, look no further than Sol’s Jewelry & Pawn. Don’t pay the high prices in a retail store. We have 50-75% off all the wedding rings in our jewelry store!
We have many types of rings like:
- Halo rings
- Solitaire rings
- Channel-set rings
- Wedding ring sets
- Engagement rings
- Anniversary rings
- and much more!
Wedding Rings To Celebrate Your Loved One
Wedding rings are the ultimate expression of eternal love, & with our help, you can say I love you with the gift of a beautiful ring. Our jewelry experts have the knowledge needed to help you select a high-quality ring that will bring your significant other joy for years to come. And the great news is, with our incredibly affordable prices, it won’t break the bank!
The Tradition Of Wedding Rings
Wedding rings today are a sentiment of love, but no one really knows for sure when this age old tradition actually started. Some believe that that the oldest recorded exchange of wedding rings was from ancient Egypt, about 4800 years ago. Reeds were twisted & braided into rings for fingers & other decorative ornaments worn by the women in those days.
The circle was the symbol of eternity, with no beginning or end, not only to the Egyptians, but many other ancient cultures. The hole in the center of the wedding ring also had significance. It wasn’t just considered a space, but it was thought to be like a gateway or door; leading to things & events in the future. To give a woman a ring signifies never-ending & immortal love.
The materials these rings were made of didn’t last very long & were eventually substituted with rings made of leather, bone, or ivory. When the material was very expensive, it showed more love for the receiver. The value of the ring also showed the wealth of the person giving it.
Wedding rings through different stages of history have been worn of different fingers, including the thumb. According to a tradition thought to be from the Romans, the wedding ring is worn on the left h& ring finger because there was thought to be a vein in the finger called the “Vena Amoris” or the “Vein of Love”, thought to be directly connected to the heart.