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Plain Wedding Bands

Classic Wedding Rings

All of our wedding rings are available in platinum, palladium, 18ct white, yellow and rose gold, and are offered in a variety of weights and widths, allowing you to customise your choice and give you the greatest flexibility.

Wedding rings made from hallmarked palladium 950

Palladium is fast becoming one of the most popular metal alloys for wedding bands because of its exceptional properties and value. A member of the 'platinoids' group of metals; the family of metals from which platinum comes from, palladium is a pure white metal with a 'silver grey' lustre. Palladium is less dense than platinum, therefore it takes less metal to make a ring in palladium than the same style in platinum, subsequently the cost of a palladium ring is substantially less than the same item in Platinum. This makes palladium a good option for clients who want a pure white metal that doesn't need the degree of upkeep associated with white gold, but who may not have the budget for platinum, or simply want a lighter weight ring. 

Ring finishes 

We offer a range of ring finishes, from a luxurious highly polished surface, to a gentle stain sheen, which simply takes away the shine to a contemporary matt finish which imparts a deeper more textured finish, and is perfect for metals such as platinum and palladium. 

Wedding Ring Profile 

The name assigned to the profile of a ring is based on the shape made by a cross section of the ring.

There are many popular ring profiles; and whilst the one you choose is largely a matter of personal taste, you may find that the shape of your fingers will make some profiles more comfortable for you than others. In the case of the bride, the choice will be influenced by which profile best matches that of the engagement band. 

its important to get this right as wearing an item of jewellery everyday for the rest of your life requires a reasonable level of comfort!. Taking the time to find a ring profile that is right for you, will be a worthwhile investment.

You may also be influenced in your choice of profile by the design of your engagement ring. Choosing a wedding ring with a similar profile to your engagement ring will ensure they look good sitting next to each other on your finger. 

 Classic Wedding Ring Profiles

'Court Shape' Profile

Court shape or ‘comfort fit’ wedding rings are rounded on both the inside and the outside providing exceptional comfort with no hard edges.

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'Light Court' Profile

Similar in style and feel to the classic court shape, but in a less dense shape, a light court profile is softly rounded on the inside, and slightly flattened on the outside and has rounded edges for extra comfort. This is an extremely comfortable style and suitable for most people who normally find wearing rings an irritation or discomfort.

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'Flat Court' Profile

A more contemporary approach to the classic court shape, a flat court profile is flat on the outer face but rounded on the inside and features rounded edges, for a modern look and exceptional comfort. 

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D-shaped' Profile

These rings are flat on the inside with slightly domed, rounded outside face providing a comfortable shape which sits close to the finger and appears substantial on the finger.

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Flat' Profile

Flat profile wedding rings are flat on both the inside and the outside, and like the D shape profile these fit close to the finger but have the appearance of a more contemporary and minimalist style ring

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'Halo' Profile

A completely circular profile makes the halo an unusual, solid and tactile ring, unlike any of the classic wedding ring shapes.

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Having found the most comfortable and practical wedding ring profile for you, you should begin to consider the width and depth of the ring.

Wedding Ring Width & Depth

The width of a ring is the measurement from one edge to the other. This can vary greatly but standard ring widths range from 2mm to 8mm, with the larger widths normally worn by men. 

The depth of the ring is a measurement of the deepest part of a ring, hence the heavier weight of say a court shape profile in comparison to a flat profile The profile, and the depth of a ring depths affects the overall weight of a ring, as a deeper ring uses more metal and therefore weighs more.

As with the profile, the width and depth of your wedding ring is primarily a matter of personal preference. Some will be more comfortable than others for you, and you will tend to be more aware of a ring, the wider it is. 

Whilst the groom will choose his ring based on personal taste and comfort, the bride will have to consider how the wedding band will work with her engagement ring. Often, rings of a similar shape and weight will look better when worn together, but this does not always have to be the case.