Feb 25

How To Find The Right Metal For An Engagement Ring

Finding the right metal for your engagement ring is as important as finding the perfect diamond or gemstone. When you choose the best metal for her engagement ring, it completes the look with a brilliant diamond or beautiful gemstone. You will end up creating an engagement ring that is just as unique and amazing as the woman who will be wearing it.


This complicated decision is more than just choosing between yellow or white. You have an entire range of possibilities to consider, such as the difference between white gold and platinum, what rose gold is, or how to complement gold and platinum in engagement rings. Each ring metal has pros and cons in terms of durability, matching the skin type and allergic reactions.


Our engagement ring guide will help you find the best metal for engagement rings.


Tip 1: Determine your fiancée’s style, and then find the right metal and colour to complement that style. One of the many things you need to carefully think about when choosing a metal for an engagement ring is the type of jewellery your future bride usually wears.


Tip 2: Consider Platinum. Platinum is a popular choice for engagement rings because it showcases the brilliance and sparkle of diamonds beautifully. It is considered the most precious of all jewellery metals. If your bride-to-be leads an active lifestyle, platinum is the right metal for an engagement ring because it is durable and will keep your diamond or other gemstone protected and secure. Platinum is naturally hypoallergenic which makes it a wonderful choice for people with sensitive skin.


Tip 3: Classic gold is a good option too. Gold is a highly versatile metal, and the most common choice for jewellery. Yellow gold is the most hypoallergenic of all the gold metals, which means, it usually causes fewer allergic reactions than other metals. More contemporary than yellow gold, white gold gets its silvery white character from combining yellow gold with copper, zinc and nickel (or palladium). It’s plated with a hard element called rhodium (a platinum group metal), which costs about four times as much as platinum, resists scratches and tarnishing, and gives white gold a reflective appearance.


Tip 4: Find out her ring metal preference. Many women tend to have a clear preference for a certain ring metal. It is subconsciously based on the fact that certain ring metals match their skin tone particularly well.

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