Classic Wedding Rings

Weddings

“This ring is the symbol of unity in which our two lives are now joined in one unbroken circle wherever we go we will always return to one another.”

How it works

Perfect wedding rings to accompany and enhance your engagement ring.

Choosing a wedding ring is probably one of the most important decisions you’ll have to make when choosing a piece of jewellery. It is crucial to choose the right one for you as it is intended to be worn every day for the rest of your life.

The main considerations when choosing a wedding ring:

Metal & Colour

Profile & Weight

Your Budget

Would you like a plain or patterned ring?
Do you want a diamond or diamonds in it?
Does the style you like compliment or fit around your engagement ring?

Wilbrahams of Chorlton

Luxury Jewellery doesn’t have to come at the expense of ethical production. Conflict free jewels, primarily refined / recycled and Fair Trade metals.

Designing your own ring with us means you choose, get more diamond for your money without compromising quality, certification.

Not sure which diamond to choose just get in touch and one of our dedicated diamond graders will be very happy to help.

Wilbrahams of Chorlton

Metals

The first decision you need to make is which metal you prefer, the most popular metals used in wedding rings are usually yellow gold, white gold and platinum. Often this choice will be defined by the metal chosen for your engagement ring. We don’t usually recommend mixing metals as they can sometimes cause wear and tear by rubbing against each other and you may find in the future that one of them will need replacing.

Yellow Gold

Gold is dense, soft, shiny and the most malleable pure metal known which means it can be easily altered if your finger size changes.

White Gold

White Gold contains all the properties of yellow gold but is normally rhodium plated to enhance the whiteness.

High-carat white gold alloys are far more resistant to corrosion than are either pure silver or sterling silver.

Rose Gold

Rose gold consists of a mixture of gold and other metals such as copper and silver, that give rose gold its blushy, soft hue.

Fairtrade

Buying Fairtrade Gold makes a real difference to the lives of miners, their families and communities. Jewellery with the Fairtrade Gold Stamp is extra special. Buying it means you know the small-scale and artisanal miners were paid a fair price, giving them financial security.

Palladium

Platinum is the most precious metal used in wedding rings and also the most expensive.

This metal is rarer, harder and more precious than gold, due to its purity platinum jewellery is hypoallergenic, therefore ideal for sensitive skin. Platinum is a shiny silver coloured metal.

Platimum

Palladium is a white precious metal and part of the platinum group of metals, popular for its natural white colour which does not tarnish or require re-plating.

Popular with mens wedding rings, great low maintenance, durable metal.

Profile & Weight

Slight Court

Modern variation in the court theme, less rounded but gives a comfortable fit.

Profile D

Traditional rounded look with a flat fit inside against the finger.

Traditional Court

Rounded profile on the outdside and inside, to give a comfortable fit on the finger.

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