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When two become one, capture the magic and mark the commitment with a wedding band in the material, design and finish of your choice.

Our His and Hers wedding bands come in 9ct and 18ct yellow or white gold, as well as platinum, palladium and silver.

Wedding Ring Profiles

There’s more to a wedding band than meets the eye. The profile is what the ring looks like in cross section – such as court shaped, D-shaped, flat court shaped, slight court shaped and flat shaped. Read on to discover which shape is the one for you:

These are flat on the inside and rounded on the outside. Many people have D-shaped engagement ring profiles, so it looks great if you opt for a wedding ring of the same shape. This profile is ideal for setting stones.

The most popular shape of wedding ring, court rings are rounded on the inside and the outside, providing an extremely comfortable fit.

Flat Court
Flat on the outside and rounded on the inside for extra comfort, these rings will match the sometimes flat surface of some engagement rings.

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Yellow Gold
Is still a very popular, long-lasting precious metal for wedding rings and can be easily altered in size.

Tip: Don’t mix 9ct and 18ct gold as they look different and the 9ct gold will wear down the 18ct gold.

White Gold
Is an increasingly popular alternative which again, is easily altered. White gold is generally rhodium-plated to enhance the whiteness, but this can need redoing every couple of years or so.

Is the most precious of the metals used in wedding rings and is the most durable – it’s also the most expensive to alter should you need to later on. No plating is required as your platinum ring will be beautiful as it is.

Is a naturally lustrous, silvery white metal that is 95% pure, with only traces of other metals.

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