Wedding Rings



Wedding rings can be made from a variety or combination of metal alloys;

SILVER - Usually used in the “Sterling standard form - which is 92.5% pure silver alongside the addition of copper and other metals in order to improve mechanical properties. The “Britannia” standard is rarely used as the small increase in purity (95.8%) results in the silver becoming too soft to be practical.

GOLD - Used as many alloys. 9 carat gold 9 parts gold out of 24, or 37.5% pure gold in a given alloy - meaning pure gold is 24 carats.

Rings are available in several weights and widths in 9ct, 18ct,, white, yellow, and red gold. We also offer Silver, Platinum, and Palladium rings in any size. Palladium is one of the Platinum group of metals which also includes Rhodium, Osmium, Iridium, and Ruthenium.



Wedding Ring Shapes



D-Shape: Cross-section in the shape of a letter "D"

Court Shape: Similar to the “D” shape, but with a convex inner.

Flat Shape: Both sides flat, rectangular or square cross-section.

Easyfit Shape: Similar to the “Flat” shape but with a convex inner.

Halo Shape: Circular cross-section, like a curtain ring.


Types of Metal


  • GOLD
  • SILVER
  • PLATINUM
  • PALLADIUM

Types of Alloy


  • 9 carat = 37.5% gold
  • 14 carat = 58.5% gold
  • 18 carat = 75% gold
  • 22 carat = 91.6% gold
  • 24 carat = 99-100% gold

Constituent Metals


  • COPPER
  • SILVER
  • ZINC
  • RHODIUM PLATE
  • TIN