Monday, July 28, 2008
Wedding Vow Rings
A Man's Wedding Band (or Woman's) Engraved a Whole New Way
If you're looking to make your man's wedding band really special,
here is an article from Jerry Biern that you should find quite
Engraving Your Wedding Bands? New Technology Creates
Romantic Possibilities. What is more romantic than looking
inside of your wedding band and seeing a personalized
engraving with special meaning for the you and your spouse?
There are a few ways to accomplish this task that your jeweler
will recommend and now some new processes available that
increase the limits of the message that can be created.
Let us review the traditional methods most currently being
used in the marketplace.
First, there is hand engraving done by an artisan engraver
using a hand tool called a graver. It is not a perfect process and
the results will depend on the quality and skill of the craftsman doing the work.
Also commonly used is machine engraving which is much
more precise but usually limited to one row of words using
up to 20 characters.
Now, a specialty process adapted to a not so new technology,
called laser engraving, has opened up a whole new realm of
possibilities for wedding couples who are thinking of engraving
their rings. Wedding bands are now being created with entire
messages that are clearly readable and up to 225 character long.
This allows the ability to write whole passages, even entire
wedding vows, on the inside of the wedding bands. Currently ,
bridal couples are engraving civil vows, religious vows, love poetry,
even Shakesperean sonnets.
This sentimental and romantic addition to your wedding bands
can forever be a reminder of the commitments made, and add a
special and unique touch to your wedding day.
By, Jerry Biern of: http://www.WeddingVowRings.com.