Some sample questions from this category:
* Rings representing love, betrothal and marriage probably are worn today at least as much for symbolic reasons as for ornament. Which statement is true?
* The wedding rings of the British royal family are traditionally made of Welsh gold, prized as the purest gold found in nature. At the end of the 20th century, how many gold mines were still commercially worked in Wales?
* Richly ornamented wedding bands were popular during the Renaissance, but when Mary Tudor, queen of England, was asked which style and gems she preferred, she requested a plain hoop of gold with no decoration. What reason did she give?
* Placement of the wedding ring has varied, depending on the customs of the time. On which finger(s) have wedding rings been worn?
* Platinum first became a popular metal for wedding rings at approximately what time?