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A Groom's Guide to Wedding Rings

After choosing her engagement ring come the wedding rings. You have done your research on diamonds and finding the perfect ring for her. But do you know about all the...

After choosing her engagement ring, it’s then time to consider the wedding rings. You have done your research on diamonds and finding the perfect ring for her, but do you know about all the wedding ring options a man can choose from? To make wedding ring shopping an easy experience and to help you narrow your choices, our experts have created the ultimate guide to choosing a wedding ring that’s right for you.

Find your size

You probably know how ring sizing works from buying engagement rings for your other half. You can take another ring’s diameter to establish the size or use a measuring tool. Don’t try to guess it or you might end up losing precious time resizing it just before your wedding.

Personalise it

Adding a birthstone, engraving or fingerprints to your wedding ring band are one of the ways to add your own twist to a wedding ring. We recommend using our bespoke services if you wish to create a truly unique and personal piece. We will guide you through every step of the designing and CAD process and, once you are completely satisfied with the design, will begin creating your bespoke piece. Alternatively, you can browse our collection to find the wedding ring that suits you the most.

The wedding ring’s profile and thickness

The profile is what you would see if you were to cut through the centre of a ring. The band profile affects how round or flat the exterior and inner side of the band looks. Which one you would choose is entirely up to your preferences. The same rule applies to the band thickness - most men tend to choose thicker rings, however your decision should revolve around which thickness you feel most comfortable wearing.

The precious metals and finish
As mentioned above, your choice of precious metal is important, especially if you work with your hands or play sports. The two most popular choices for wedding rings are timeless yellow gold and modern white gold. The most expensive, durable, and hypoallergenic option is platinum. Rose gold is recommended for grooms who enjoy vintage looking accessories. As for the finish, you can choose from high polished, matte and hammered wedding rings.


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