Post # 77
- Wedding: March 2017 - Downtown Riverfront Cafe
25% OFF + FREE SHIPPING and my FI’s ring was a STEAL at just under $45 online for a cobalt chrome band, as opposed to a less solid version at a local jeweler’s for $250! It’s exactly what he wanted and it looks amazing and feels great with high polish and crazy durability!
Post # 78
My fiances ring wass $200 and it is tungsten. I really dont see him wearing it very much because he works on cars and it is quite dangerous for him to wear it at his job. He might wear it when we go out and thats about it so I wanted a low cost ring
Post # 79
$1695, white, yellow, and rose gold. He wanted something that the hospital could easily cut off in case he had an accident involving his hands (ie, no titanium, etc). Hoping that doesn’t happen of course!
Post # 80
i think $30ish for tungsten. he got one initially at jared for like $200something but it didnt fit when it arrived. ended up buying a very similar one from amazon.com for way less/
Post # 81
After researching different metals, Fiance decided that he wanted white gold. However the price of gold is insanely expensive now, so we found his 14K white gold band at a local pawn shop for $150 including tax. It is wonderful, and is in perfect condition (not even a scratch on it!). Seriosly, if anyone needs cheap wedding bands, and is okay with buying used, go to the pawn shops.
Quick edit: We went to many pawn shops over the course of a couple of months to finally find what he wanted.
Post # 82
@sarahuccs: “He wanted something that the hospital could easily cut off in case he had an accident involving his hands (ie, no titanium, etc).”
LOL! Men are so funny! Ever practical – even about jewelry, which is the epitome of impracticality . . .
My FH’s in 18k yellow gold, handmade using lost wax casting – about $800.
Post # 83
Rose gold and palladian from Christian Bauer = $1200 but we got it for $1100 because we got all our rings at the same place. He originally said he wanted a tungsten carbocarbide ring but decided to go with this one instead. I did suffer initial sticker shock but it is forever.
Post # 84
@mishagirls79: It’s by Bill Wall Leather. It’s so perfect for him!
Post # 85
We got super lucky and found a brushed tungsten ring for $40 because the store was having a moving blowout sale, normally it was $200. Big score and he loves it so I’m happy!
Post # 86
$50 bucks on overstock. tungstan carbide.
Post # 87
16 dollabaton eBay. It’s tungsten with a shell inlay 8mm wide.
Post # 88
This is my husband’s ring, it’s black ceramic. It’s very durable and scratch resistant but it will break if enough pressure is put on it. I was worried about it breaking if he drops it on a hard surface but he’s had it for over a year now and it still looks perfect. It was $40 online and he absolutely loves it.
Post # 89
$1600, but it’s platinum. He can’t wear gold.
Post # 90
@Hyperventilate: LOL… my Fiance was looking at the same ring! 🙂
Here is his ring, tungsten carbide, size 14 – $35 on Amazon. He is in love with it.
Post # 91
- Wedding: June 2013 - Country Club
$350 with a life long warranty so he can get it sent in for resizing whenever he needs to because it is tungsten.