(Closed) A SPECIAL RING, BESIDES YOUR E-RING

posted 10 years ago in Waiting
Post # 32
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

I’m engaged but my other special ring is my promise ring Fiance gave it to me when we first started dating. It’s new home is on my right hand 🙂

Post # 33
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

I don’t have any pics, but both my partner & I have Claddagh rings. I gave my partner his a year ago on a trip as a pre-engagement commitment ring, and he bought one for me not long after.

I still wear mine on my right hand, whereas my partner swapped his to his left hand when we got engaged & plans to use it as his wedding band (switched around so the heart is facing up his hand, rather than pointing down his finger).

Post # 34
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Newbee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@foreverperpetua:  so sweet thank you!! I would love to see your rings! I was very lucky both of my grandmothers’ rings fit me on one finger.

 

thats such a lovely story about your grandmother’s ring, please do post a pic!!

Post # 35
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2014 - Garden outside our church

I have a few–only one with me to post at the moment.

First is the diamond flower-shaped ring my grandfather got for my grandmother for their 40th anniversary–and she made sure I got, even though I was only 12 when she died. When I wear it, I still think people doubt its authenticity because of my age.

Second is a claddaugh ring my dad bought for me when we were in Ireland for my high school graduation trip. Sad to say, I can’t find it at the moment (took it off on St. Pat’s day because I noticed my mother noticing my left finger–where I typically wear it)

The third is an opal & tanzanite ring I got for myself after the end of my prior engagement. I thought it was lovely and wanted to get something for myself that was beautiful–I didn’t need a man (especially that one) to get me nice things.

Fourth is from my dearest–he got it for me for our sixth anniversary/me starting my clinical rotations. Peridot’s meaning includes healing and understanding (useful as a budding physician), and of undying love.

 

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