(Closed) Rose Gold Wedding Band

posted 7 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
18 posts

Here is my 1.8 mm polished

rose gold band alongside my e Ring.


Post # 3
2214 posts
Buzzing bee

I personally would go for the polished one

Mine has stones so obviously the gold is a little less noticable but it is 2mm


Post # 4
37 posts
  • Wedding: December 2014 - Dade City Garden Club

mine is 2mm rose gold

Post # 5
5985 posts
Bee Keeper

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rebeccafitz10:  I would go with the polished band.  It’s a much sleeker look to me.  I’m not a big fan of brushed metals.

Post # 6
6538 posts
Bee Keeper

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rebeccafitz10:  I may be wrong about this, but I seem to recall reading about brushed metal tending to show scratches more from daily wear — maybe because the brushed effect can wear off? Please, someone correct me if I’m wrong about this!

I love the look of a polished metal band. But I’m all about the shiny pretty much all the time. Even with  my nails — I love putting a really shiny topcoat over my polish. Ha, ha!

My rose gold band has a polished finish. It is 2.5mm.

Post # 7
10041 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

It’s been a long time but I remember a bee that bought a brushed rose gold band to wear with her polished rose gold ering and she was very dissapointed because the brushed finish made the band look more like yellow gold in comparison to her ering even though both rings were made by the same jeweler. So before you make the choice I’d try to see a brushed rose gold band in person to see if you like it. I personally would go with the polished band.

Post # 9
2635 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Also, a brushed band will start looking polished over time as it gets polished naturally from wearing it daily. It happened to my DH’s wedding band.  So polished is a better idea for a wedding band!

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