2015 Wedding Ring Trends: Part 2 – Bands

2015 Wedding Ring Trends: Part 2 – Bands

When it comes to wedding jewelry, engagement rings usually steal the show. But we think wedding bands can and should be just as special!

No matter what your taste from classic to crazy, alternative metals to platinum, Worthmore has the most diverse band selection around!

One of our favorite band designers is Chris Ploof, who combines sleek 18K yellow gold edging with a unique Damascus steel center in this piece.

Another great Chris Ploof option, this ring features wavy 18K rose gold edges with a center of 30,000 year-old meteorite. That’s right, we said METEORTITE!

You can’t talk about unique wedding bands without mentioning George Sawyer, who is actually the designer who inspired much of Chris Ploof’s technique and style.

We like to say George Sawyer pieces are simply wearable art. Taking one look at this handmade Mokume Gane band — a design technique which involves mixing different metals using pressure and heat — from his collection makes it easy to see why!

Last, but certainly not least, the designer Alishan is another clear example of the creative possibilities when it comes to wedding bands.

Each of these Alishan pieces are handmade and feature 18k gold, oxidized black sterling silver, and palladium accented with black and white diamonds.

Whether you’re looking to keep is simple and classic, or more edgy and unique, we have you covered on all fronts when it comes to wedding bands.

If you have questions about these or any other styles, stop by either Worthmore store to speak with one of our expert staff members: www.worthmorejewelers.com/contact.