Diamonds, Color Spice Up Wedding Ring Category

Diamonds, Diamonds. Our newest wedding ring collections feature polished platinum bands prong-set with an amazing assortment of diamonds in every popular shape, from rounds to ovals to emerald and princess cuts; we also have sleek channel-set designs with diamonds completely or partially encircling the band. If you like antique styling, consider Victorian-inspired rings with delicate diamond-accented flowers and leaves.
You can be certain that whatever style you prefer, we have an elegant diamond wedding band just for you. It’s no surprise that men also like the diamond look. Often, they will often choose matching bands with the same number of stones as the woman’s ring.
Colored Stones. Another great look is the wedding band with alternating diamonds and colored gemstones – most often rubies, sapphires or emeralds. Or you may decide to go with a band featuring no diamonds, but just a row of your favorite precious gemstone.
Variety Of Metals. A wedding ring in platinum and 18-karat gold, or one made of several narrow bands, interwoven, in white, yellow, green or rose gold are eye-catching options. Men and women often prefer a platinum band, which takes engraving beautifully. Platinum filigreed antique styles are gaining ground with women, and titanium is catching on with men: It’s lightweight, hard-wearing and masculine-looking.
A Match Isn’t Necessary. More often these days, the bride and groom will choose two entirely different styles of wedding rings, and that’s perfectly acceptable.Consider Designers.
Many designers have added wedding rings to their collections, which are aimed at women who favor the designer’s signature look.