Bracelets are another a part of jewelry that we wear and bracelets with stones add glitter to our hands. They can be matched along with your dress and they may be used for formal and party wear. Women and men can carry simple bracelets which have diamonds or even other stones studded in them. Those who cannot afford to spend much money on bracelets with diamonds can get the bracelets embedded with coloured stones. Rubies, emeralds, opals, embers and sapphires are very customary and these bracelets with stones add glitter and they change the look of the bracelet. These precious stones too are costly but small pieces will not cost you much. The rite of betrothal is now in all probability conducted instantly before the wedding (or “crowning” as it is more properly called), and the real symbolic act of marriage isn’t the trade of rings, however the crowning. Historically, the marriage ring was connected to the trade of valuables at the moment of the marriage as opposed to a symbol of eternal love and devotion, a sign of “earnest money”. According to the 1549 edition of the Book of Common Prayer: after the words ‘with this ring I thee wed’ follow the words ‘This gold and silver I give thee’, at which point the groom was intended handy a leather-based purse filled with gold and silver coins to the bride.  It is a relic of the days when marriage was a contract among households, not individual lovers. Both families were then desperate to make sure the financial safety of the young couple. Sometimes it went so far as being a conditional trade as this old (and today previous) German formulation shows: ‘I provide you with this ring as a sign of the wedding which has been promised among us, offered your father gives with you a wedding portion of 1000 Reichsthalers’.