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Men’s Wedding Bands: A Guy’s Guide to Metals
Posted By Beverly A. Guy On June 11, 2013 @ 9:00 am In Wedding Bands,Wedding Bands for Men,Wedding Rings | No Comments
If you’re shopping for your own wedding band as a groom, one of the first things to consider is which metal you’d like. While you may not care which metals are best for showcasing flowers or other feminine designs, there are several things that are good to know about each of your options. Here’s a guy’s guide to wedding bands crafted from a number of metals, from gold styles to platinum wedding bands for men.
White gold wedding bands for men, as well as their yellow counterparts, are traditional picks, and they’re earned their classic status for good reason. Gold is an excellent all-around metal and can adapt to nearly any style, from timeless plain bands to those with unique Celtic or braided motifs. The 14K White Gold Hammered Wedding Band Ring gives a 14K white gold style an added benefit: like all hammered wedding bands, it’s able to hide any dents and dings it incurs over the years. This rugged yet refined ring has a stylish pounded surface that stands out against the smooth, polished edges that frame it. Available in 4mm, 8mm or any other width you choose, this is a versatile band for nearly any guy.
If you’d rather a wedding band with a look that’s a little different, consider one of Apples of Gold’s rose gold wedding bands for men. These rings utilize a variety of gold that displays a warm, soft glow, a subtle variation on tradition. The Wide Square Wedding Band in 14K Rose Gold contrasts the soft hue of rose gold with a strong, bold design. This 8mm-wide band is given a squared off-look that sets it apart from other plain wedding rings. A highly-polished finish accentuates the unique form of this ring and draws attention to its color.
Silver is a top pick for budget-conscious guys, but its cool good looks make it a stylish one as well. While some shy away from silver because it tends to tarnish, silver wedding bands aren’t hard to clean and remain a solid pick for those trying to pinch pennies.
Known as the most precious of metals used in wedding jewelry, platinum has a cool white luster that’s similar to that of white gold. Platinum wedding bands for men are luxurious picks, as well as good choices for those with metal sensitivities: as a pure metal, platinum is naturally hypoallergenic. The 6mm Knife Edge Platinum Wedding Band displays this shining metal with strong style. This sleek ring has a beveled, angled look that gives it a modern yet timeless sensibility.
Titanium is known for its strength—and it is exceptionally strong—but there’s far more to this metal than brawn. Like platinum, titanium is naturally hypoallergenic; it’s also non-corrosive, which means that it won’t rust or tarnish. However, unlike platinum, it’s a relatively affordable pick. This sleek, modern metal has a cool grey look that’s understated and contemporary.
The metal you choose can make a big difference in the appearance and the performance of your wedding band. Use this guide to choose one that’s right for you.
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