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Choosing your wedding ring

09 Apr 2014

Choosing your wedding ring

Wedding rings can be made in one or a combination of many different metals. Whilst the more traditional options of platinum or gold are considered, other metals such as palladium and titanium are rising in popularity.

The Kingshill ready-to-wear designs allow you to experiment with a variety of styles whilst being advised on budget, design profiles, durability, colours, finishes that reflect your personality and choice of metals.

Gold rings – A universal symbol of status, wealth and power. Gold does not tarnish, rust or corrode whilst its shine and colour make it simply irresistible. Popular colours include 9ct and 18ct yellow gold, rhodium plated white gold and rose gold.

Platinum rings – Platinum is thirty times rarer than gold and is naturally white in colour. It is this rarity that makes it such an exclusive item and so special. It does not tarnish or oxidize when exposed to air or water and because of its hypoallergenic properties; it is a good choice for people who suffer reactions from other metals.

Palladium rings – Palladium is a naturally occurring silvery white, hypoallergenic metal which is now enjoying a renewed interest in the jewellery industry, given the price of platinum and the current economic climate. Palladium is part of the platinum family but is typically half the cost of a platinum wedding ring.

Titanium rings – A modern phenomenon and a great alternative to the traditional choice of metal. Titanium rings are biocompatible, lightweight, corrosion-resistant and have the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metal.

For more specific information, visit www.kingshilljewellery.com

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