For those of you who want the karat count in your diamond to match your maturity level.
Japanese design firm Torafu Architects has invented a wedding ring that, like all good relationships, gets better with age! The ring is gold with a silver-plated exterior. As the months and years go by the silver wears off to expose the golden center.
Kind of reminds me of a jawbreaker candy. Except, in this case, by the time you get to the center you're not wondering why you bought it in the first place. Hopefully.
Hy husband and I have always been Cheezburger fans! We used, "Nom" as kind-of-secret, "I love you" for three years before our wedding day. The engraving on his ring was a secret (that is, he knew it was engraved just didn't know with what). As we were pronounced husband and wife, we left the alter, and he read the engraving. I thought he was going nuts, laughing hysterically down the aisle with me! He looked at me and said, "Nom." That's when I knew he had finally read it. Good thing he didn't r
An engagement ring lost four years ago at Rigby Lake in Idaho was recovered by a kayaker and returned to its owner. Necia Rasmussen misplaced her princess-cut diamond ring while visiting the lake in 2008, when she removed it to apply sunscreen to her children. Interestingly enough, her mother-in-law also had a similar experience in which she lost her engagement ring only to find it thirty years later in the family garden. Luck runs in the family!