Rings by Metal

Our collection of wedding rings is available in a range of metals, from the precious white metals, palladium, and platinum, through the different gold alloys and also includes less precious metals like titanium and stainless steel. Here you can browse the collections by metal.





Frequently Asked Questions

Gold, platinum, and silver are traditionally the most popular metals for wedding rings, each offering unique benefits in terms of durability, color, and hypoallergenic properties.

Consider factors like lifestyle, budget, skin sensitivity, and personal taste in color and maintenance requirements; for example, platinum is durable and hypoallergenic but more expensive, while gold offers various color options like yellow, white, and rose.

Platinum is highly durable, making it resistant to wear and tear over time; it's also naturally white and hypoallergenic, making it ideal for those with sensitive skin or allergies.

Gold is favored for its classic appeal and the variety of colors it offers, including yellow, white, and rose, allowing for versatile styling options and a traditional or modern look depending on the choice.

Titanium is exceptionally lightweight and strong, highly resistant to scratching and corrosion, and typically less expensive than gold or platinum, making it a great choice for active lifestyles.

Palladium, like platinum, offers a naturally white luster that rarely tarnishes and is lightweight and hypoallergenic, often chosen for its similar qualities to platinum but at a lower cost.

Sterling silver is a more affordable option that offers a bright white appearance; however, it requires more maintenance to prevent tarnishing compared to other metals.

Platinum, palladium, and titanium are excellent hypoallergenic options, ideal for wearers with sensitive skin as they are less likely to cause allergic reactions.

Platinum and titanium are among the most durable metals for wedding rings, suitable for enduring daily wear without much damage, whereas gold is softer and may require more careful handling to maintain its shape and finish.

White gold is typically coated with rhodium to enhance its whiteness, which may wear off over time and require re-plating, whereas platinum remains naturally white without the need for additional coating.