How to Pick a Metal Which Complements the Stone in Your Wedding Ring? 

March 24, 2015 | By | Reply More

14K Tri-Color Gold Braided Wedding Band Ring

14K Tri-Color Gold Braided Wedding Band Ring

The process of buying a wedding ring isn’t easy; if you have bought your engagement ring you must be aware of the hassle already. It’s not just limited to the centre piece jewel, diamond or stone, the cut, clarity, style and quality, almost every tiny detail matters when you are buying a wedding ring. It’s an overwhelming experience, to be precise.

The metal of the ring, such as like the tri-color gold wedding bands collection shown to the left is one of the many things you need to look for. And then you should go for all the meager details associated with picking up the right metal that is not only durable and high quality wise, but also must perfectly complement the stone in your wedding ring.

And make sure you don’t leave any stone unturned. You must ensure that you are doing your best for the ring your significant other is choosing to wear for the rest of their life. It’s special in meaning, so it must be equally special in the style and the design. It must be something your spouse should be proud of. So, it’s worth all the trouble, you need to have the perfect ring for her.

The following tips will help you to select the kind of metal you need in order to complement the gemstone in the wedding ring:

While choosing the metal for the ring, your first priority should be on the durability of the metal itself. It should be durable and scratch proof. It is important to understand that wedding rings are mostly worn all the time by women, so need something that beautiful and durable at the same time.

14K White Gold Hammered Wedding Band Ring

14K White Gold Hammered Wedding Band Ring

Go for the metals that are popular. For example, most couples choose from gold, silver and platinum, but you should know these metals can be damaged easily, but are mixed with alloys that make them durable. Secondly, there is no right or wrong when it comes to metals, it all depends on your personal preference, the stone and the overall quality of the wedding ring.

If the centre stone in your wedding stone is colored then it becomes even more important that you choose the right colored metal to complement the gemstone. For example, if the color of a diamond is champagne and morganite then the matching color should also look good, thus you would go for such as 14K Tri-Color Gold Braided Wedding Band Ring for the metal band.

But if the colors are dark and vibrant then white metals such as platinum or white gold is preferred, both look equally stunning around colored stones like emerald and sapphires. If you are going to get the traditional diamonds then there

Platinum Wedding Bands

Platinum Wedding Bands

is nothing better than complementary white gold.

Usually, wedding rings are not as expensive as engagement rings so people go with white gold instead of expensive metals such as platinum and titanium. But again, it all depends on your budget and how you like the color combos.

Titanium Hammered Wedding Band Ring

Titanium Hammered Wedding Band Ring

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