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5 Metals to Consider for Your Wedding Rings

Wedding rings represent the everlasting bond between you and your significant other. When it comes to choosing your wedding rings, you should pick the perfect metals to ensure you can cherish your ring for years to come. Take a look at some of the different metals that are popular in wedding rings:


Known for its purity, strength, and beautiful white sheen, platinum is one of the most popular metals used in jewelry. Platinum is extremely dense and is usually around 95% pure. It is durable, hypoallergenic, and highly desired for wedding bands.

Yellow/White Gold

If you love the white metal luster of platinum, yet don’t want to pay its higher price, consider white gold for your wedding bands. Because gold is not very strong, metal alloys are added to the gold to make it durable. If you prefer a vibrant metal for your wedding rings, opt for the stunning sheen of classic yellow gold.

Rose Gold

If you want a unique style for your wedding bands, consider rose gold, which is slightly tinted with a beautiful pink hue. When gold is alloyed with copper, the metal transforms into a rosy color, making it a pretty choice for romantic wedding rings.


While similar in appearance and durability to platinum, palladium is a more affordable option because it is less dense. Palladium is slightly darker than platinum and won’t tarnish over the years.


If you would like a dark, lustrous metal for your wedding ring, consider titanium. Its deep gray or black sheen creates a unique and stunning effect for wedding bands.

If you are searching for the perfect wedding rings or engagement ring, come in to Zadok Jewelers in Houston. Visit our website or call our informative staff at (713) 960-8950 for more information about our fine jewelry store.

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