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1. In places such as Australia, the USA and Britain, on which finger is the wedding ring traditionally worn?
2. Why is it not such a good idea to have your wedding ring made out of a steel-based alloy?
3. In some countries, women wear three rings on their finger. The engagement ring, wedding ring, and eternity ring. Which of these is not a traditionally accepted time to receive an eternity ring from a partner?
4. From which country does the oldest recorded history of the exchange of wedding rings come?
5. Wedding rings were not always made of metal. Which of these was NOT used as a material for a wedding ring?
6. Early wedding rings contained stones in an attempt to disguise the handiwork of the artisan. Diamonds signified the indestructible bond of marriage but what did the ruby and sapphire signify?
7. During which troubling time did it become more accepted for men to be given a wedding ring?
8. Which practice is a relatively new version of the exchanging of rings?
9. Generally, the wedding ring is a solid band of metal (usually gold) with no stones or decoration. What is NOT a reason for this?
10. An old wives' tale says that you can determine the sex of an unborn child by hanging a wedding ring over which part of the body?
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