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What’s Hot in Wedding Ring Trends For 2013

It’s that time of year when many couples take the next step in their relationship and tie the knot. So if this is the case for you, today’s post will help in your quest in finding perfect wedding rings.

Top 2013 Wedding Ring Trends For Men and Women

One big trend in 2013 is the return of yellow gold. Although white gold and platinum took over for many years, there has been a significant increase in desire for yellow gold. This isn’t just for engagement rings and wedding rings; other jewellery pieces made in 18ct white gold has become popular. Another trend for women is to have a wedding ring made especially to fit the shape and diamond of their engagement ring. We have created all sorts of shaped rings, from curved, cross over t-bone to very custom made to fit unusual engagement ring designs. Another popular style is the Wedfit set – where the design of the engagement ring features a raised head, which allows a standard wedding ring to fit perfectly underneath with no gaps in between – achieving the perfect fit. For men, palladium wedding rings have become a recent trend. Palladium is a white precious metal, which is perfect for jewellery as its 95% purity makes it naturally strong and durable. Palladium is significantly cheaper then platinum, but has the same strength, purity and look as platinum – hence why it’s becoming popular. Another popular choice for men, is patterned wedding rings. Patterns can vary style and design and can even incorporate different tones of metal, including yellow gold, rose gold and white gold.
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