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Tension Wedding Rings





tension wedding rings






    wedding rings
  • Represent permanency, "until death us do part". (This may scare off your man though!)

  • Don't get this confused with Engagement Rings. Engagement Rings are usually just a solitaire ring, i.e. One stone. The wedding ring is the complimentary band that accompanies that solitaire ring. Decorated in many different styles, and usually consisting of a lot more diamonds, either paved or set.

  • A ring worn by a married person, given by the spouse at their wedding

  • A wedding ring or wedding band is a metal ring indicating the wearer is married. Depending on the local culture, it is worn on the base of the right or the left ring finger. The custom of wearing such a ring has spread widely beyond its origin in Europe.





    tension
  • A strained state or condition resulting from forces acting in opposition to each other

  • the physical condition of being stretched or strained; "it places great tension on the leg muscles"; "he could feel the tenseness of her body"

  • The state of being stretched tight

  • (psychology) a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense; "he suffered from fatigue and emotional tension"; "stress is a vasoconstrictor"

  • The state of having the muscles stretched tight, esp. as causing strain or discomfort

  • a balance between and interplay of opposing elements or tendencies (especially in art or literature); "there is a tension created between narrative time and movie time"; "there is a tension between these approaches to understanding history"











tension wedding rings - .23ct VVS




.23ct VVS E-F 14K White Gold Tension Raised Tension Look Contemporary High End Men's Diamond Wedding Ring


.23ct VVS E-F 14K White Gold Tension Raised Tension Look Contemporary High End Men's Diamond Wedding Ring



This 14K white gold, tapered, 1 round cut stone, diamond wedding band is beautifully constructed to perfection and is part of our high end collection of diamond wedding rings. Contemporary. Modern. This ring has a raised inlay in the shape of a diamond. The diamond appears in a tension setting. With a comfortable fit around any finger and a worthwhile investment, this wedding band is made for your special occasion. It also comes with a Beverly Hills styled gift box. About the diamonds you are about to purchase: E-F Color Diamonds graded D through F are naturally the most valuable and desirable because of their rarity VVS1-VVS2 Very Very Slightly Included (two grades). Minute inclusions very difficult to detect under 10x magnification by a trained gemologist. NOTE! Also available in 18K, Platinum, and Paladium All weights vary based on the sizes 1/3 and 1/4 partial sizes are available by special order Sizes smaller than 6 or larger than 15 are available by special order










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Wedding Ring




Wedding Ring





A suitable picture for a brief hiatus from flickr. My wedding t'other day was a jolly success and much joy was had. Much food was eaten and the cheezy disco party afterwards was also rather delightful. I'd post some pictures on here but oddly enough I didn't take any that day.

After waiting for a little while and building up the tension in a rather warm waiting room inside Leeds Town Hall, we went in and the service started. Because of the combination of heat and nerves, the rings ended up being fairly tough to get on our fingers. After struggling for a few moments, the ring (finally) went on and I said louder than I'd have liked "get in there!" to a small chuckle from the crowd, who may or may not have understood my dilemma. Oh dear. Other than that, it all went swimmingly.

Anyhow, the day after we visited Kirkstall Abbey, which was jolly good as always, so here's a simple shot from the little fake jewellery shop they had in the museum there. Good, good times.











Tension in Relationships 01




Tension in Relationships 01





This is the first in a series of photos dealing with the tension that occurs in all intimate relationships. I am photographing all of my friends reinacting situations that cause some level of difficulty in their relationships.









tension wedding rings








tension wedding rings




Where Danger Lives / Tension (Film Noir Double Feature)






WHERE DANGER LIVES/TENSION - DVD Movie

Despite a screenplay by Hitchcock collaborator Charles Bennett and direction by John Farrow (The Big Clock), Where Danger Lives (1950) is a weak film. Robert Mitchum plays a doctor who saves a would-be suicide, then falls for her without noticing she's crazy as a loon, and homicidal to boot. Soon they're on the run, sought by the law and at the mercy of every larcenous character between them and the Mexican border. Despite yeoman work by Mitchum and RKO shadowmaster Nicholas Musuraca, and the too-brief participation of Claude Rains, the film founders on the femme-fatale casting of Howard Hughes discovery Faith Domergue. A more memorably dodgy female complicates everybody's life in Tension (1950), the next-to-last Hollywood film for director John Berry before his blacklisting. This one's played by Audrey Totter--never a major star, but a delicious and definitive late-'40s dame. Her milquetoast husband, pharmacist Richard Basehart, sets up a second identity for himself under which to seek revenge for her numerous infidelities--till the new man he has become makes the acquaintance of neighbor Cyd Charisse. (No, Charisse does not dance, but those awesome legs are nevertheless put to creative use.) Eventually someone is dead, and cops Barry Sullivan and William Conrad enter the picture, contributing their own shades of gray to the noir palette. Another satisfying, little-known film ripe for discovery. --Richard T. Jameson










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