Post # 1
I just went into Zales to clean my ring and was browsing for my hubby’s and found this gorgeous $2300 ring for him. & I don’t know if it’s too much? But how much did you spend on your hubby’s? And where’d you buy it?
Post # 3
About $700 at a local jewlery store
Post # 4
- Wedding: July 2013 - Rock Hill Country Club, Manorville NY
We spent $400 on a 14 K, 5mm, domed, yellow gold distruck band. We bought it from Corwin’s Jewelers in Southampton, NY. Because it’s diestruck, we can get it resized for free and it only takes about 15 minutes.
Post # 5
$60 for a discontinued ceramic ring (my husband is allergic to metals).
Post # 6
Just over $900 for a 5mm platinum low domed band. We bought it from Blue Nile.
Post # 7
50 for a tungston ring in downtown LA.. its super shiny and looks awesome
Post # 8
A little under $500 for a 14k gold, 5mm (?) square-edged band.
Post # 10
$300 but it is not the typical wedding band.
Post # 11
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
@tobemrstaddesse: $200 from BelloMarc.com. We didn’t want to spend too much since he wasn’t sure if he wanted to wear it (he really wants to get a tattooed wedding band.) But when we went shopping for his ring we both really liked the same ring so we decided to get it. It’s white tungsten carbide (maker is Triton.)
Post # 12
$400 straight edged 14k yellow gold band
Post # 13
Almost $3000. Platinum from Tiffany’s. he tried on 8 trillion rings and it was the only one he really loved and said was comfortable.
FWIW – FI paid for it himself. I didn’t pay for it (and I know that’s a tradition faux pas).
Post # 14
@tobemrstaddesse: That’s about how much each of our rings were. We’re going to wear them forever, so it didn’t bother me to spend that much for something he really loved.
Post # 15
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
Ouch, $2300! We couldn’t afford that and we’re both a little worried that he might lose his, so we want something fairly cheap.
He wanted a steel ring (“steel is the most respectable metal!” “ok you adorable weirdo, we’ll get you one”). He also wanted some sort of nature-y element. After looking at wood-and-steel rings but deciding against them, we went with this really cool one from Etsy with a wood grain pattern. With engraving and shipping it was ~$250.
Post # 16
35ish i think for tungsten