The ring has been included in wedding ceremonies since the 12th century. King Edward VI decreed the third finger of the left hand be designated as the ‘official’ ring finger and in 1549, the book of Common Prayer sealed the deal with the designation of the left hand as the marriage hand.
Traditionally, a wedding ring is a never-ending circle thought to symbolise ever-lasting love, wholeness and perfection. Its endlessness is the perfect symbol of oneness and unity. A ring is also the symbol of the sun, earth and the universe and represents holiness, perfection and peace.
To any couple getting married, their rings will probably be the most significant pieces of jewellery they will ever buy, as they represent the sealing of the marriage, and are a symbol of lifelong commitment.
Great care and consideration should be taken when choosing your wedding ring. And, as this will be worn everyday, it is important to pick one which complements your lifestyle and fashion choice.
Here at Claytons, we offer you the opportunity to do just that. With over 50 years experience, we understand the importance of identifying customers requirements. Our experienced sales team are happy to advise you on the available options.
We also are able to offer a bespoke service which means however unusual your engagement ring might be, we are able to hand-make a wedding ring to compliment it perfectly.
Our range of rings is available in 9ct or 18ct yellow, white and rose gold, palladium and Platinum and features an extensive range of Diamond set bands, many of which are available to view at each of our shops.
We also offer designated dates for wedding ring appointments throughout the year when staff show the fantastic collection of Wedding rings from Brown and Newirth and Charles Green, two of the UK’s leading Wedding ring manufacturers as well as rings from Domino and the Hockley Mint collection.
This unique service means you are able to view one of the most extensive selections of wedding rings available on the Fylde coast and can enjoy the memorable experience of choosing what will be the most meaningful purchase you will ever make as a couple.