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Two Tone Gold Wedding Rings

Our two-tone gold wedding rings are ideal for couples who can’t choose between yellow gold, white gold, or rose gold. Whether you go for a sleek modern design or a more traditional look, you can rest assured that our timeless collection of mixed metal wedding rings will stand the test of time. All of our multi-colored rings are available in a range of purities from 8 to 18-karat gold. You may also wish to further personalize your two-tone wedding ring with our free ring engraving service.

Mixed Metal Rings: A Unique Choice for A Unique Bride

Stand out from the crowd with a two-tone ring. A contemporary alternative to traditional styles, the combination of two contrasting metals can really help to enhance the design of the ring by introducing a beautiful burst of colour.

Browse through our extensive range of matching his and hers two-tone gold wedding ring sets. If you wish to view our selection in person you can make an appointment to pop by our showroom on Fitzwilliam Street, or you can call us on 01 9011 747.

Contemporary Two Tone Wedding Rings

Concave Two Tone Gold Wedding Ring

1,599.001,799.00

Contemporary Palladium Wedding Rings

Contemporary Palladium and Rose Gold Wedding Ring

649.00699.00

Contemporary Palladium Wedding Rings

Contemporary Palladium and Rose Gold Wedding Ring

1,049.001,149.00

Contemporary Palladium Wedding Rings

Contemporary Palladium and Rose Gold Wedding Ring

549.00599.00

Contemporary Palladium Wedding Rings

Contemporary Palladium and Rose Gold Wedding Ring

799.00849.00

Contemporary Palladium Wedding Rings

Contemporary Palladium and Rose Gold Wedding Ring

549.00649.00

Contemporary Palladium Wedding Rings

Contemporary Palladium and Rose Gold Wedding Ring

849.00949.00

Contemporary Palladium Wedding Rings

Contemporary Palladium and White Gold Wedding Ring

649.00749.00
1,229.001,429.00

Contemporary Platinum Wedding Rings

Contemporary Rose and Platinum Wedding Ring

829.00859.00

Contemporary Rose Gold Wedding Rings

Contemporary Rose and White Gold Wedding Ring

749.00819.00

Contemporary Rose Gold Wedding Rings

Contemporary Rose Gold and White Gold Wedding Ring

1,079.001,139.00

Contemporary Two Tone Wedding Rings

Contemporary White & Yellow Gold Wedding Ring

1,459.001,729.00

Contemporary Palladium Wedding Rings

Contemporary White Gold and Palladium Wedding Ring

649.00799.00

Contemporary Palladium Wedding Rings

Contemporary White Gold and Palladium Wedding Ring

699.00749.00




Frequently Asked Questions

Two-tone gold wedding rings offer a distinctive look by combining different colors of gold, such as yellow and white gold, providing versatility in matching with other jewelry and adding a unique style element to traditional gold rings.

Mixing gold colors can highlight intricate details, enhance visual interest, and allow designers to create contrasting patterns that make the ring stand out, perfect for those looking to make a stylish statement.

Absolutely, two-tone gold rings provide a beautiful canvas for engravings and gemstone settings, as the contrast between the metals can accentuate the overall design and make personalized details pop.

The cost of two-tone gold wedding rings can be slightly higher than single-metal rings due to the complexity of working with two different colored metals and the design intricacies involved.

Care for two-tone gold rings in the same way as other gold jewelry—avoiding harsh chemicals, storing separately to prevent scratches, and cleaning regularly with a soft cloth and gentle cleaner.

Most commonly, two-tone gold wedding rings combine yellow and white gold, but combinations of rose gold with either yellow or white gold are also popular to create varied aesthetic appeals.

Yes, two-tone gold rings are crafted to be durable and suitable for everyday wear, though like all fine jewelry, they should be treated with care to maintain their original condition.

Two-tone gold rings can generally be resized, though the process might be slightly more complex than resizing a single-metal ring due to the need to match and blend the different golds seamlessly.

Individuals often choose two-tone rings for their aesthetic appeal that stands out from traditional single-tone rings, providing a modern twist on classic styles and the ability to coordinate with a broader range of accessory colors.

The longevity of two-tone gold rings is comparable to that of single-tone gold rings, as both types require similar care and maintenance to preserve their appearance and structural integrity.