Wedding ring
buying guide

It’s so important that you choose a wedding ring that you’ll love forever. With over 100 years of expertise, our in-depth guide will help you find the perfect wedding rings for you and your loved one.

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TOP TIPS

Top tips for buying a wedding ring

1

Decide your
budget

Sit down and decide together what you'd like to spend. We have wedding rings to suit every budget.

2

Get your ring
size
right

Find your ring size from the comfort of your own home with these helpful tips on our Ring Size Guide.

3

Choose a style you'll love forever

From diamond set to shaped rings, use this Wedding Ring guide to help you find a ring you'll cherish forever.

4

Complement your engagement ring

Plan your wedding ring around your engagement ring so they sit together perfectly.

Shape and Fit

Which wedding
ring shape?

With two different shaped wedding rings to choose from, it's about finding the one that's right for you.

Precious Metals

Which precious metal?

From gold wedding rings to platinum, the rarity of the precious metals used in our wedding rings makes them even more special.

Platinum Ring
Platinum

Platinum will never tarnish or fade due to its natural, bright white colour.

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White Gold Wedding Rings
White Gold

Naturally a champagne colour, white gold is coated with rhodium for a bright white lustre.

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Yellow Gold Ring
Yellow Gold

Available in 9ct or 18ct, we love the warm, golden glow of our gold wedding rings.

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Rose Gold Ring
Rose Gold

A mix of yellow gold and copper, rose gold is loved for its romantic rose hues.

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Titanium Ring
Titanium

Hypoallergenic, lightweight, and comfortable, titanium has a slightly dark grey tone.

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Zirconium Ring
New
Zirconium

Scratch-resistant, hypoallergenic and comfortable, zirconium’s all-black finish doesn’t fade.

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Discover more about black zirconium on our blog

Budget

Your budget

With both affordable wedding rings and luxury wedding rings, we have a selection to suit every budget.

What width of wedding
ring should I buy?

The most common wedding ring sizes for women are 4mm and 6mm for men, however it’s a completely personal choice and what suits your style, fingers, or engagement ring best. If you’re looking for something dainty, 2, 3 or 4mm bands tend to be favoured, however if you’re wanting to make a statement, between 6 to 9mm are more appealing.

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Find your perfect wedding ring

Whatever you’re looking for, find the perfect wedding ring that will be with you always, to have and to hold.

Perfectly paired rings

Perfectly paired rings

Matching sets

Looking for the perfect pair? Our Diamonds & Silhouettes rings are designed to be together, or opt for one of our beautiful Bridal Sets.

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Which wedding
ring style?

With classic plain bands and dazzling eternity wedding rings, there are so many different wedding ring styles to choose from.

Eternity Ring

Eternity Ring

A guide to eternity rings

Show them your love is never-ending with a beautiful eternity ring. Discover what eternity rings mean and find the perfect one with our helpful guide.

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Traditions

Wedding ring traditions

With so many myths and traditions around buying wedding rings, we’re here to help you with what matters when choosing your wedding rings.

  • How much should you spend on your wedding ring?

    When it comes to how much you should spend on your wedding ring, there aren’t any official rules. We would however always recommend going for the same metal as your engagement ring to help avoid any tarnish, so it’s important to keep this in mind.

  • Which finger is your wedding ring finger?

    In the UK, it’s traditional to wear your wedding ring on the third finger of your left hand, as this is the finger that’s closest to your heart. Find the perfect size to fit your wedding ring finger perfectly with our helpful Ring Size Guide.

  • Who buys the wedding ring?

    The best thing about shopping for wedding rings is that you can choose them together without worrying about the pressure of surprise. One romantic tradition is for you to buy your partner’s wedding ring, whilst your partner pays for yours.

  • Which order do you wear engagement wedding and eternity rings?

    Traditionally all rings are worn on the third finger of your left hand. The wedding ring is worn first, so it’s the closest ring to your heart, next to the engagement ring with your eternity ring as the third ring.

History of Wedding Rings

What does a wedding ring symbolise?

Wedding rings symbolise a special bond between two people. A circle with no beginning or end, the shape of a wedding ring represents the eternal commitment, love and faithfulness a couple holds for one another. They are also a way to publicly profess pride and fidelity to your marriage.

Wedding rings are still as important as they were centuries ago. They can be traced back to ancient Egyptian times where they used to be woven from reeds and were worn as a promise of forever love. It wasn’t long before these special rings became more elaborate, made from various metals such as iron, gold and silver, and engraved with personal messages.

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If you still feel you need further advice on choosing your wedding rings, book a personal appointment at any of our stores.

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