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Men’s Rings

According to tradition, you wear your wedding ring on the left hand, to be close to your heart.

Women's rings

Many women choose a matching wedding set, but that tradition has changed. Today women are wearing different styles, even different metals. Some add a ring to the stack on their anniversary.

His & Hers

Some people want the men's wedding band to match the metal of the woman's rings. This is not a hard and fast rule, so do choose your favorite metal.

Metal sensitivity

If you have sensitive skin, choose platinum because it's hypoallergenic. It may save you from having to return and exchange your ring late.

Heavy weight

Because many men aren't used to wearing a wedding ring, consider palladium. Its light weight makes an easier transition to an every-day piece of jewelry.


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Precious metals have been worn as jewelry for centuries because of their durability. Today, the biggest concern when choosing metal jewelry is the style. Choose which you like best.


Platinum jewelry will last to become an heirloom, because it keeps its shape and never wears away. It’s also hypoallergenic.


A very light metal, palladium is great for people who do not like the weight of a heavy piece of jewelry.

18k Yellow Gold

A classic color, gold has a richness that can accentuate a golden skin tone or highlight pale skin.

18k White Gold

Different alloys and a rhodium plating make this a beautiful white version of the classic metal.

14k White Gold

Less expensive than 18k white gold, this metal is also harder and will keep it’s shape longer.

18k Rose Gold

Its romantic warmth makes rose gold an increasingly popular choice. Yellow gold is mixed with copper and silver to form the alloy.


Similar to platinum and white gold in color and luster, cobalt is highly durable, lightweight, scratch-resistant, and remarkably affordable.



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There is a wide range of prices for wedding rings, based mostly on the type of metal, any additional diamonds or gemstones, and the level of craftsmanship.

The beauty of diamonds in the wedding ring adds the idea of nature's perfection with the symbol of your love. Whether an eternity band with diamonds all the way around, or a less expensive band with diamonds only along the top — another band of sparkle next to an engagement ring creates even more amazing sparkle.

Many people prefer the symbolism of a plain metal band — a circle representing eternity. Fortunately, for those trying to dedicate their budget to their engagement ring, these plain metal rings are the least expensive of our wedding rings, depending on the metal.

Prices shown in USD

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