Posts Tagged ‘unusual wedding rings’
Green Gold Wedding Bands “I’ve never seen green gold before!” We hear that a lot. We take it as a compliment. Green gold wedding rings are among the more unusual rings that we could possibly offer.
What is actually green gold? Green gold is a synthetically produced colour variant of gold. The colour of gold can be altered by the alloy (mixed metal).
Are green gold wedding rings just a fad? We certainly don’t think so. Green gold is not a recent invention, Green gold has been around for a while, but it has never been well known. (more…)
Gold or Platinum Rings Palladium is a fairly recent addition to our wedding ring metals. What could make palladium so attractive for all wedding bands byers? What is palladium?
Palladium is one of six precious metals of the platinum group. The comparison with platinum is obvious. Both precious metals have similar properties. Because of its properties, palladium is especially suited for wedding rings.
What do palladium wedding rings look like?
Palladium wedding rings are pure white. The beautiful colour of palladium does not change a lot over the years. The alloy of our palladium wedding rings is exclusively 950 Palladium (950 Pd). All alloys are exactly weighed to meet the highest demands. This offer better comfort than all conventional palladium alloys. (more…)
Rosé Gold Rings Itself Without knowing what it is, many women intuitively opt for Rosé gold. Most of them admire the harmony between the Rosé colour and the skin tone. Rosé gold is less conspicuous than yellow gold and is therefore quite discreet. This is made especially clear in comparisons – a comparison that is worth making.
But What is Actually Rosé Gold? Rosé has nothing to do with pink. Rosé gold wedding rings combine advantages of yellow gold and red gold. Take a bit of time to inform yourself about this interesting precious metal. Many couples ask themselves: “White gold or yellow gold?” Small differences – big effect
But why not something different? The choice does not have to be always limited. (more…)
What is white gold rings? White gold is a synthetic material and can’t be found in the nature. The colour does not occur naturally. Because of lacking norms, there are countless varieties of white gold. The basis is gold. Through the use of various alloys, the colour can be altered.
Proven quality of all our rings! For reasons of quality all our alloys are undergo rigorous testing. Your wedding bands should not be a nuisance to wear every day.
White gold wedding rings require special attention before you make your decision. Because white gold is a synthetic precious metal, (more…)
Custom made wedding rings? Is it possible? Recently, it is become possible to create your own wedding rings set. To this end, you should take part in a jewellery making workshops. With the help and instruction of the goldsmith, you will be able to make your own wedding ring. Creating a wedding rings set with your own hands is an experience that will not be forgotten for a while.
There are two ways in which you can personally make your custom wedding rings. Either metal or wax is used. Making your dream wedding rings set directly from metal is not an especially easy task. (more…)
The promise diamond ring – a symbol for taste and elegance The style and taste of a woman is accentuated by her promise diamond ring. There are diverse designs and unending variations for ladies’ rings thanks to various gold alloys (e.g. 8-karat gold 333, 14-karat gold 585, or 18-karat gold 750) and settings. The promise diamond ring is always a valuable asset, especially when the material has a high value. Nearly every woman has a collection of jewellery. There is a certain piece for each outfit and occasion. The promise diamond ring can either be made from gold, platinum, and silver as well as stainless steel. This depends on the occasion and the budget of the woman or her husband.
The story behind the platinum ring These days, gold is used far more often than platinum for producing wedding rings. The Spanish are thought to have discovered platinum in Columbia. In 1750, scientists proved that platinum belonged to the precious metals. Only much later (the 20th century), was this precious metal in alloy 950 used to produce rings – e.g. wedding and engagement rings. Technical limitations make it difficult to rework and modify platinum rings. The reason for this is that platinum melts at a much higher temperature than gold. Because of technological developments, working with platinum isn’t the problem it use to be. It is therefore quite normal to be able to order inexpensive platinum wedding rings online as well as to obtain a great deal of information about this precious metal and its alloys
The platinum ring, one of the most precious rings (more…)
Prepare the perfect surprise for your girlfriend with the gold engagement ring It can be difficult to plan a surprise, especially when you both live in the same place. You will therefore need a good excuse if you secretly wish to go shopping. Women can be real detectives when it comes to surprises. So organization, an excuse, and a plan are important. It’s important that you don’t come off as too suspicious while you are choosing an engagement ring of gold for your girlfriend. In case you wish to purchase the ring online, it’s not advisable to use a joint e-mail account. It might not even be a good idea to use the same computer because your girlfriend might be able to track your activities if she really wants to. So her diamond engagement ring will be no longer surprise.
Ring finger Why is the fourth finger (counting the thumb) of the left hand the finger for engagement and wedding rings? The ancient philosophers asserted that there was a very delicate nerve running from that finger direct to the heart; later writers said that it was a fine vein, the vena amoris. In Catholic tradition the first three fingers represent the Trinity, so their ring-giving ceremony consists of putting the ring on the thumb, forefinger and third finger while saying ‘In the name of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost’, and then on the fourth finger, to rest permanently, while saying ‘Amen’. Up until the 16th century it was the custom here and elsewhere to wear the betrothal or wedding ring on the fourth finger of the right hand, a custom that is still echoed when nuns take their vows. (more…)