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Black Classic Stainless Steel Men's Fashion Wedding Ring-Black-6-
Black Classic Stainless Steel Men's Fashion Wedding Ring
$99.99
Minimalist 2mm Titanium Ring-
Minimalist 2mm Titanium Ring
$69.99
Classic Flat Top Stainless Steel Wedding Band Minimalist-
Classic Flat Top Stainless Steel Wedding Band Minimalist
$99.99
Black Titanium Stepped Wedding Band-
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Black Titanium Stepped Wedding Band
$15.31 Regular price $22.96
Black and Silver Titanium Wedding Band with Center Groove-Black-7-
Black and Silver Titanium Wedding Band with Center Groove
$149.99
Comfort Fit Stepped Edge Stainless Steel Wedding Band-
Comfort Fit Stepped Edge Stainless Steel Wedding Band
$99.99
Brushed Tungsten Carbide Wedding Band with Rose Gold Sleeve-Silver/Black/Rose gold-6-
Brushed Tungsten Carbide Wedding Band with Rose Gold Sleeve
$149.99
Brushed Stainless Steel Wedding Band with Blue Sleeve and Blue Groove-
Brushed Stainless Steel Wedding Band with Blue Sleeve and Blue Groove
$99.99
Brushed Stainless Steel Wedding Band with Black Sleeve and Rose Gold Groove-Black/Silver/Rose Gold-6-
Brushed Stainless Steel Wedding Band with Black Sleeve and Rose Gold Groove
$99.99
Brushed and Domed Tungsten Carbide Wedding Band with Black Sleeve-Black-7-
Brushed and Domed Tungsten Carbide Wedding Band with Black Sleeve
$149.99
Brushed Tungsten Carbide Wedding Band with Black Center-
Brushed Tungsten Carbide Wedding Band with Black Center
$139.99
Black and Rose Gold Sleeved Tungsten Carbide Wedding Ring-
Black and Rose Gold Sleeved Tungsten Carbide Wedding Ring
$149.99
Black and Gold Two Tone Tungsten Wedding Band-
Black and Gold Two Tone Tungsten Wedding Band
$149.99

If you've ever seen someone wearing a black wedding band on their finger, you might be curious as to why they did so. Black rings date back to the Greco-Roman era, when during wedding ceremonies, couples would exchange rings carved from black onyx. Why, therefore, do people still wear black rings today? Let's take a look at some of the symbolic connotations of wearing a black wedding band.

The Symbolism of Black

Black represents power, courage, and strength, as well as conviction and belief. A black ring might represent the power of love in the context of marriage. Wearing black rings is one method for a couple to demonstrate their commitment to their marriage and their belief in the strength of their bond above all else.

A Statement of Style

Black is the color of elegance and flair in fashion. There's a reason why the phrase "(insert basically any word here) is the new black" exists. Because black is a complementing hue that works with almost every ensemble, some couples prefer to wear black wedding bands. Black wedding rings are also known for being simple in style, making them ideal for any occasion and any style.

Some black wedding bands have been passed down through numerous generations due to the long history of black wedding rings. Black quartz wedding bands are sometimes regarded as a cherished family heirloom. Wearing these rings might instill pride in one's familial links or strengthen a bond with one's forefathers and mothers. Wearing an heirloom ring can also serve as a subtle indicator of wealth or status. People might take pleasure in their family's financial situation and wear a one-of-a-kind, custom-made black wedding band to show it off.

Caring for Your Black Wedding Ring

Some black wedding rings are composed of softer materials, such as silicone, and can stretch. This is especially crucial for persons who work with their hands because their fingers might bloat up over time. When your fingers expand painfully around an inflexible metal ring, it's difficult to accomplish your job or concentrate.

Many people, including cooks, construction workers, first responders, and servicemen and women, must wear non-precious metal rings. Rings made of conventional metals like gold and silver can easily be damaged by the demands of such jobs. Because black wedding rings are smaller and more inconspicuous, they are less likely to become entangled in machinery and cause injury.

All wedding bands, in general, can be washed with warm water and mild dish soap as long as it does not include harsh chemicals. Scrub away dirt and flaws with a soft-bristled toothbrush for particularly difficult chores. Your wedding band should never be soaked and should always be fully dried. To bring back some major sparkle, polish with a soft jewelry cloth.

Your jewelry, like everything else you own, should be cleaned with care, taking into account the material. Consider this: you wouldn't clean your Porsche with Windex, so why would you clean your titanium rings with gold cleaner? Don't take a chance by using the wrong cleaner because it could cause irrevocable damage that you'll have to deal with for the rest of your life.

If you aren’t sure what cleaner is going to be suitable for the specific material that your black wedding ring is made out of, be sure to pay a quick visit to your local jeweler. Here, they can not only professionally clean your ring (which is recommended to do at least once every six months), but they can offer you some guidelines on which cleaning solution is going to be in your best interest to keep your ring looking its best, until death do you part.

Black rings truly are a unique breed all their own. Black is an elegant and sexy color that truly does look exceptional on anyone who opts to wear it. Whether you prefer to dress down your looks or are someone who loves dressing way up, black wedding rings are the way to go if you are planning your upcoming nuptials. Black rings are long-lasting, durable, and really do look awesome, regardless of your personal sense of style. And the best part is, they come in a ton of different style options, so you can be sure to pinpoint the perfect one for daily wear.