What Wedding Ring Is The Best?

Essex, Florida (PressExposure) July 20, 2009 -- Looking for the right kind of wedding ring for your special day? Before going through websites and jewelry shops looking for that special kind of ring, it's important to take note of several important details regarding choosing and buying a wedding ring. Being overly excited for that special day is one of the many reasons why many married couples today end up buying new wedding rings. Aside from this, there are also several reasons pertaining to their old wedding rings that make them want a new one. One is because they realize that they don't like the design. However, many couples don't want to have to buy another set of wedding rings just because they don't like the first ones. So it's very important to take more time and effort to find and do research on that special ring. Here are some important information about the type of available wedding rings today and their drawbacks.

Gold Wedding Rings

The good about gold wedding rings is that you are assured of its quality and long lasting luster. Considered by many as the traditional wedding ring, many couples today are still opting to buying gold wedding rings not mainly because of its luster but also because of its affordable price. The one drawback typically associated with gold wedding rings is the nickel found in their composition which sometimes cause skin irritation.

Platinum Wedding Rings

For years, platinum is one of the most popular materials used for jewelry, especially with wedding rings. This is because of its silvery-white luster often draped with diamonds, a perfect combination for a woman's taste. The only drawback is its cost because it can be quite expensive. Another is that platinum is said to lose its whiteness after years of wear, but are easily restored by jewelers.

White Gold Wedding Rings

White gold is known to be the perfect alternative to expensive platinum. It possesses the same popular feature, which is its silvery-white color often buffed to a mirror-like find it more expensive than yellow gold. Also, white gold isn't as durable as platinum. shine. Though cheaper, some marrying couples still

Tungsten Carbide Wedding Rings

A newly introduced material, tungsten carbide rings are known for their hardness which makes them perfect for wedding rings. The good about tungsten carbide rings, is its highly scratch-resistant properties allowing it to last twice as long as platinum. Also, tungsten carbide rings are known to possess a lustrous dark hue which makes it perfect as a man's wedding ring, especially when men are having difficulties choosing their wedding ring. The only drawback of tungsten carbide rings is when cobalt binders are used. Cobalt binders are known to cause unwanted reactions between the cobalt and the natural oils on human skin. Many manufacturers now advertise that their jewelry is "cobalt free".

Palladium Wedding Rings

Palladium is one of the rarest kinds of wedding rings today. Palladium is much like platinum, possessing a silvery-white color. The only difference between palladium and platinum is that palladium has a natural white color unlike platinum that gets its whiteness from other white elements such as rhodium and also palladium. However, it will develop a hazy patina over time similar to platinum. Unlike platinum, however, palladium may discolor at high soldering temperatures, become brittle with repeated heating and cooling, and react with strong acids.

About Christopher Thomson

Christopher Thomson is an avid writer who writes articles for basically anything he puts his interest into. From what he learned as a blogger, he applied to writing articles. Today, he focuses his writing more on jewelry, mainly wedding rings and bonds.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 20, 2009 at 12:36 am
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