Post # 1
Hello bee friends!! Help! The setting that I am currently looking at comes in white gold or platinum. Obviously, I’ve read all of the posts on weddingbee that discuss the differences, pros/cons, between the two. The biggest difference I see right now between them, is a $2,000 one! lol. The white gold setting is 4,000, and the platinum is 6,000. We are most likely going to go with the white gold setting due to the price. I am fine with this – but I would love to see some of your rings so I can see the difference (or lack there of) in these metals!!! I’m sure each and every one of your rings are fabulous, but this would really help me out (i think/hope)!! Thanks much 🙂 🙂
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Mine is platinum with a cushion brilliant cut diamond. 🙂 Fiance chose platinum because it didn’t have to be re-dipped, only buffed back into shininess. Platinum’s atoms do not wear away like gold’s, but merely get shifted around creating a dull “patina,” which some people like. It only takes a buffing to get it back to the original luster, though. I hope that helps!
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14ct White gold Diamond ring
Post # 8
My e-ring is platinum set, and the band I choose is actually white gold. I actually like how the two metals compliment each other on my hand…plus, it was way harder finding the wedding band than the engagement ring! 🙂
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My heirloom platinum ring.
Post # 10
This is my platinum set, but my new set will be white gold:
Post # 11
@dannielle89: Gorgeous!! White gold or platinum may I ask?!
Post # 12
All of these rings are stunning. I guess it’ll be a tough decision on my part!
Post # 13
14kt white gold. 🙂
ETA: Me personally? I’d rather save the $2k. Re-dipping makes it look *brand* new and usually doesn’t need to be done more often than every couple of years. It generally costs about $35… so that’s a LOT of redipping you’d have to do before you’d reach the cost of the platinum.
Post # 14
Fiance got me platinum because he thought I was allergic to gold..! I’m actually allergic to sterling silver lolol.. I’m not complaining. I really wouldn’t mind white gold, as I heard platinum is “softer” and easier to dent/scratch.
Post # 15
just wanna stop in and say I’m totally LOVING all of this ring bling! yummy diamonds!!! 🙂
Post # 16
I actually have both metals in my set. My e-ring is platinum,, my wedding band is 10k white gold.
The below is a close up next to my hubby’s wedding band (his is yet another metal – paladium). 🙂