(Closed) Men's Wedding Bands

posted 4 years ago in Engagement
Post # 2
6240 posts
Bee Keeper

Platinum. Plain band. Same metal as my rings. We wanted the same. Plat has the bonus of not needing redipping like white gold too. We bought our wedding bands when in NYC on holiday from uk. We spent a day in the diamond district and found what we wanted and took cash and bargained.  I can’t recall the cost of his but I know it was cheaper than buying the same in the uk so must have been less than £500. 

Post # 3
130 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

Tungsten. It was $50 on Etsy. If you went to a chain store like Zale’s or Kay’s you’d be paying $200+ for the same ring. 

Post # 4
17 posts

It’s my understanding that tungsten needs to be replaced every 3-5 years. Try visiting a Kay or Zales outlet location if there are any nearby. I was able to get my SO white gold band for $500 instead of around 1k 

Post # 5
2619 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

DH’s band is white gold.  It has a bit of a design on it, so that added to the cost because we had to get it at a fancier jewler.  We paid about $800.

Post # 6
2942 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

I can’t remember what metal DH’s band is made from.  I think colbolt chrome.  DH was much more interested in the design of the ring than the metal.  We never felt cheap about it, even though his ring was $350~, much less than my wedding set.  He actually gets more compliments on his ring than I do.  Mine is very traditional, while his a bit more interesting. 

Sort of like this, but a higher metal than stainless steal. https://m.zales.com/triton-mens-comfort-fit-stainless-steel-cable-wedding-band/product.jsp?productId=3448360′ defer=’defer

Post # 7
112 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2017

SO got a Titanium ring with meteorite in it. Its so pretty!

Post # 8
2798 posts
Sugar bee

Rose gold…$2,400 from Cartier

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