For Him: Manly Rings / For Her: It’s About the Stone
There definitely has been something missing in the men’s wedding band market. All of the designs and all materials were the same. That’s why we, and obviously lots of men — and their wives who want them to wear one — are excited about this new trend in men’s wedding bands.
These manly rings are much more of a fashion statement and offer plenty of options to fit any and every personality. If you don’t like what you see, there are a number of companies online designing custom “manly” rings.
The Alantis – 10mm thick, solid 14K gold with inlays of genuine turquoise and koa wood. $2750
The Detective – 7mm thick, handcrafted cobalt chrome with a custom personalized fingerprint. $400
The Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds – 8mm thick, handcrafted 14K gold with 5mm inlay of authentic Gibeon Meteorite, inset Black diamonds, conflict free. $3400.
Here are few rising women’s rings trends for 2019.
Colored Accents Brides are incorporating color in a new and interesting ways. Instead of diamonds, some are selecting colored stones – i.e. rubies, emeralds and sapphires — for their featured stone or using them in smaller supporting ways. Stephanie Gottlieb Band and a Half Engagement Ring in Rose Gold with Diamonds and Rubies, price upon request.
Pear-Shaped Stones This one with the stone on an angle offers a special twist. Jade Trau Sadie Solitaire Ring in Yellow Gold with a .60ct Pear Shape Diamond $5,150.00
Natural White Gold Natural white gold adds a distinct quality that’s warmer than platinum and stands out in a subtle way. Erika Winters Caroline Engagement Ring in 18k Natural White Gold, with a 1.01ct Brilliant Diamond $9,700.00.