There are four types of metal to choose from:
9ct White, Rose or Yellow Gold
18ct White, Rose or Yellow Gold
Gold is historically precious having been used for thousands of years as a symbol of wealth and power due to its rarity.
9ct gold is harder wearing and more economical than 18ct gold.
Rose gold is pinkish in colour (created by adding various amounts of copper and silver).
Platinum is silver- white in colour, extremely strong and durable.
It is the rarest and the ‘most precious’ of metals, therefore the most expensive.
There are also four shapes:
Flat (Comfort fit) – flat outside and curved inside
Flat – flat inside and out
D-shaped – curved outside and flat inside
Round – round inside and out
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Request a quote for your wedding rings.
Email us or use the contact form on the ‘Contact‘ page. Please provide your ring size and state the shape and type of metal you wish to use.
You can work out your ring size by downloading our ‘Ring Sizer PDF‘.
Useful things to know:
The brides ring is usually the same metal and width as the engagement ring.
The most popular width for men is 6mm. Less than 4mm is uncommon.
D-shaped rings fit well underneath the engagement ring.
The wedding ring goes on the left ring finger because it is the only finger with a vein that connects to the heart!
The cost of metal:
Will be based on the daily bullion price when ordered.
For example, currently an average sized ladies ring (D-shaped, 3mm wide) costs:
£3 in silver and £30 in 9ct gold
An average mans ring (D-shaped, 6mm wide) costs:
£6.50 in silver and £90 in 9ct gold.