Post # 32
My husband is extremely picky, and wasn’t big on the light look of silver/platinum for his own ring. He chose a dark Tungsten ring, and he loves it. Having him be happy was most important. The only thing about the Tungsten is if his fingers get any bigger/smaller, he will need to get a whole new ring as Tungsten can’t be sized after the ring has been made.
Post # 33
He liked the titanium or tungsten with the gold inlay band-simple and elegant I thought.
Post # 34
We bought our rings this weekend, and I’m so excited!
Both bands are antique. He wanted one that was gold (mine is gold to match my engagement ring, which is also antique — they weren’t really into platinum or silver settings in 1890, I suppose), and he wanted something very, very plain. I scored a minor victory and talked him into a little millgrain. So his is "yellow" gold, but it’s so old that it looks like white gold without — oh, I forgot what the name of it — y’know, the stuff they rub on white gold to make it look so shiny and white 😉
Post # 35
He swears I chose Cartier’s Love collection so he’d know what to get for anniversary’s…lol. But he likes our matching bands too! His is without diamonds, white gold and $1250.00, mine has the one diamond.
Post # 36
FH’s ring is going to be white gold rimmed with yellow gold (similar to picture below.) We are spending between $300 and $500…he is most certainly going to lose it so no way are we spending any more than that!
Post # 37
My Fiance and I decided for him that its best if he gets a Tugsten one because he works around heavy machinery at work and brewing materials so Tugsten will be really durable.
Post # 38
no bling, titanium and wood
Hawaii Titanium made it – find them on ETSY
Post # 39
Titanium…plain band. No bling, no design.
Post # 40
Stainless Steel. It was $50. He didn’t care about the metal except he wanted something that was silver. Neither of us like white gold as it turns color so we went with stainless steel……….and I got platinum. LOL.
Post # 41
Sterling silver. We’re getting them from James Avery, which is a Texas-based company who has the most gorgeous jewelry. I have a few of their rings and necklaces and they’re all sterling silver…never had a scratch, tarnish, or mark on them in the few years I’ve had them. I’ve heard that silver does eventually tarnish, but for the price that we’re paying for the rings (about $50 each), they’re ridiculously easy to replace. Under different financial circumstances I’d go with something a bit more hardy and would stand the test of time, but alas…I’d rather have that cash to spend on the reception site at this point.
Post # 42
My man loves the bling. We’ve had him try on a few and I think he has narrowed it down to this one. I love it too! The thickness makes it still very manly-man.
Post # 43
we got him a tiffany 4mm band ring. it’s got a simple style that he likes very much.
Post # 44
That Tiffany 4mm is what I was looking at until I found this one on the De Beers website- it’s a little less $$ than Tiffany’s AND it has this hidden diamond on the inside of the band so you can’t see it when he has it on. We love it!