Thursday, January 2, 2014

Choosing A Wedding Ring For Your Future Husband

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Choices In Men's Wedding Rings

When you’re looking to select a wedding ring for your fiancé, the most important consideration is that the ring is an extension of his personality and also something that he can wear throughout his life. Despite all the other wedding day preparations, selecting a wedding ring is the most personal one, bearing an item that will
be cherished by your husband for the rest of his life. The wedding ring that you buy for your husband will mark the beginning of a long, fruitful and loving relationship.

Here are some things to take into consideration when you set out to buy the wedding ring. First is the material of the ring. There are a lot of options in terms of metals such as gold, silver, platinum, titanium, ceramic and tungsten. Ceramic rings look glossy and their shine is retained over the years without fading. These rings are also scratch-resistant, hypoallergenic and lightweight. However, the one big disadvantage with these rings is that they are brittle and one hard strike can break them easily.

Tungsten is hard and hence the ring will be extremely durable. These rings are made from an alloy of tungsten and carbon and they can be given a mirror finish. The rings are heavy and dark in color. One disadvantage of tungsten is that the ring cannot be resized. Titanium rings on the other hand are lightweight, durable and appear grey in color. Titanium looks attractive and is capable of retaining its original shine. Silver rings appear extremely elegant and are more affordable than their gold and platinum counterparts. Though they require polishing, rings made of 92.5 sterling silver are extremely durable.

Platinum rings are quite in vogue now. The most rare of the popular precious metals, platinum has a natural shine that distinguishes it from silver. Platinum is a soft metal and prone to scratch. Therefore, it needs to be polished as silver does. When considering gold rings, the gold’s karat defines everything. Because pure gold is very soft, high karat gold is not suitable for everyday use whereas lower karat gold has alloys of harder metals and can be used on a regular basis. Gold is the conventional metal for wedding and will never become obsolete. In addition to yellow gold, people are buying white and rose gold also these days, which is prepared from alloys of gold typically containing nickel, manganese or palladium.

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Once you have decided on the metal, look for style. The traditional wedding bands for men are made of gold with beveled edges and subtle decorative features. If your man is contemporary in his approach to fashion, then you can choose from rings that have patterned inlays, textured finishes and sculpted edges. If his personality is bolder, then consider a ring with stones studded on them. Diamond, onyx and emerald are some of your choices that look awesome on men’s fingers. And don't neglect the fact that many styles are offered in matching mens and ladies wedding sets. Consider all your options and choose wisely.

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