Ok , you are excited and your partner and you are now discussing getting engaged!!! Now to design the RING! One of the most exciting but also doughnut g parts, don’t stress, I’m here to help. Let’s start with one of the basics, which metal you want to use.
The best metal for an engagement ring depends on personal preferences, lifestyle, and budget. Here are some popular options:
Platinum: Platinum is a premium and durable metal. It is hypoallergenic, naturally white, and doesn’t tarnish, making it an excellent choice for those with sensitive skin or allergies. It is also very durable, which ensures that it will withstand daily wear and tear.
White Gold: White gold is an alloy of gold and other white metals, such as palladium or silver, coated with rhodium for a bright white finish. It’s a more affordable alternative to platinum and complements diamonds and other gemstones beautifully.
Yellow Gold: Classic and timeless, yellow gold is a traditional choice for engagement rings. It’s a warm, rich color that complements many skin tones.
Rose Gold: Rose gold has become increasingly popular for engagement rings. Its warm, pinkish hue adds a romantic and modern touch to the design.
Palladium: Palladium is a lightweight and affordable metal similar to platinum. It is hypoallergenic and has a silvery-white color.
When choosing the best metal for an engagement ring, consider factors such as durability, color preference, maintenance, and any potential allergies.
If you are sure and need some guidance, contact us here at Sir George and we can help you make the best decision.