Men’s Wedding Rings

by Lars Larsen
August 23, 2011 / Men’s Jewellery,Wedding Rings

The team at Larsen Jewellery understand that the process of choosing a wedding ring can be quite daunting for some men, particularly those who have never worn finger jewellery before.

To make the decision process easier we have created a large range of designs to cater for every man’s unique style. Being custom made, any design is possible and you are not limited by the range shown on our website.

Whether you’re after a classical rounded band, or perhaps something more contemporary with detailing and diamonds, there is something for everyone.

We’ve listed the important factors to decide on when shopping for men’s wedding rings:

The most common choices are 18ct White and Yellow Gold, or Platinum. Other great options are Rose Gold, Two-tone, Titanium and Mokume. For more information on the differences between metals, please click on the ‘Learn’ tab on our website.

The profile is the shape of the band surface, which is the edge you can see whilst wearing it. This may be flat, slightly rounded or very round. It is simply a matter of personal taste.

The width of the ring is another question of personal taste, although some men will feel uncomfortable wearing a band that is wider than average. An average men’s band would generally be 5mm – 6.5mm wide.

The finish of the band refers to its texture and will determine what your ring will look like when it is finished. For example, a high polished finish is very shiny and sleek, whereas a matte finish has no shine and is smooth to touch. These are the most popular finishes, although there are other options available for those looking for something different and unique. 

Adding detail to your wedding ring can be done in many ways. When a plain band is not quite enough, you have the option of adding diamonds, engraving, cut lines, grooves and more.

To learn more about your options, or to make an appointment to try on a range of our men’s wedding rings, please contact Larsen Jewellery in Sydney on 02 9223 2006.

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