Wedding rings serve as instant signs to others that someone is off the market -- but what if a husband or wife isn't wearing his or hers? Hmmm.
Taking it off to wash the dishes is one thing -- but sneakily leaving it at home for less innocent reasons is another.
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That's where jeweler Jason of Beverly Hills comes in. He's invented a wedding ring with raised, embossed letters inside -- so when a spouse removes the ring, an imprint that says "married" is left behind for all to see.
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If there's no sneaky business going on, that shouldn't be a problem for anyone -- right?
Ingenious or overboard? You decide!
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