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The tradition of the diamond engagement ring goes back to 1477. Mary of Burgundy then received a diamond ring from the Archduke Maximilian of Austria. The habit to wear the ring on the third finger of the left hand goes back to the period of the Ancient Egyptians. They were convinced that the ‘vena amoris’ (love vein) ran directly from the heart to the tip of the third finger of the left hand.
Until the 15th century only queens wore diamonds as a symbol of power, courage and invincibility. In the course of the next centuries diamond obtained the unique status of prominent love gift. Some even pretended that Cupid’s arrows had a diamond head with a unique magic. From the very beginning diamonds were associated with love stories and legends.
The word ‘diamond’ comes from the Greek ‘adamas’, which means ‘invincible’ and suggests the eternity of love. The Greeks believed the fire in a diamond was the reflection of the eternally burning flame of love.