Wedding rings his and hers white gold. White Wedding band men and women jewellery.
Wedding rings his and hers white gold is Polished Finish Gold.
***UK Hallmarked Wedding Band in 9ct Yellow Gold.
Centre Millgrain Lines, Polished Finish
Solid 9ct white Gold Ring
Wedding rings his and hers white gold that can be used as a wedding, engagement or promise ring.
5mm: 5.7g – 6.8g
6mm: 7.3g – 8.4g
Available in UK sizes J-Z & US sizes 5¼- 12¾
The typical width that ladies go for is between 3mm-4mm whilst men tend to choose 5mm-6mm. However, there is no right or wrong width. You can go for whatever you feel is right for you. Also, note that the wider the ring, the bigger the size you may need.
To match wedding bands or not?
There are no guidelines as this is completely down to personal choice, taste, and style. Couples can decide to have the same style band, but you may want his wedding band thicker whilst her band is slightly slimmer. You do not have to match completely, for example, if she wants something feminine and elaborated, but he wants a simple wedding band, you can both opt for the same metal. But choose different style and still complement each other beautifully.
High Street Price: £1,380
***Free engraving service
***Free Gift Box
You can add a personal touch to your unique ring by our engraving service. You can write your message on the inside of the Ring. You can do this when you place your order. Simply write your personal message on the order page.
This ring can be purchased as a Wedding Band Set. Your Wedding Ring will be presented in a beautiful gift box.
Our beautiful wedding rings for women or men are UK hallmarked and are available in different sizes.
Send us a message with your exact ring size and we will craft your unique men or women wedding ring. This unique wedding ring set can be purchased as his and hers can be used as a wedding band, engagement or a promise ring.
Note: “Millesimal fineness is a system of denoting the purity of platinum, gold and silver alloys by parts per thousand of pure metal by mass in the alloy. For example, an alloy containing 75% gold is denoted as “750”. Many European countries use decimal hallmark stamps (i.e. ‘585’, ‘750’, etc.) rather than ’14K’, ’18K’, etc., which is used in the United Kingdom and United States”.