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What is a Wedding Ring?

A wedding ring is usually exchanged as the official symbol of marriage during a wedding ceremony.
Both rings have traditionally been worn together, frequently as bridal sets or, in some cases, soldered together to form one piece.

What is the difference between an engagement ring and a wedding band?

An engagement ring is usually given as part of the proposal, or at an early point in the engagement.

By contrast, a wedding ring is traditionally a plain metal band or a diamond-encrusted eternity band that you receive when you exchange your vows during the wedding ceremony and wear on a day to day basis.

However some couples may have personal preferences to only have one ring instead of two and there's no offical rules saying you have to have both.

What is the best type of wedding ring for a woman?

Choosing the perfect ring can sometimes be overwhelming with all the options and customisations.
Diamond Elite is here to help you find your perfect wedding ring that couples will treasure for a lifetime.

While there are numerous factors to consider, one of the most important is selecting the ring material that is appropriate to you and your lifestyle.

Got a design in mind? Get in touch for custom designs.

Gold Wedding Rings

Gold is the most popular and classic metal for wedding and engagement rings. From white gold to yellow to rose gold, this steel provides you with several options. Although it is considered the center of luxury, proceed with caution: You may believe that the higher the karat (not to be confused with the carat of a diamond), the better, but this is not always the case when it comes to the longevity of your ring.

Pros & Cons of Gold Wedding Rings


-Due to the fact that historically, it was the most popular metal for engagement rings, it has a vintage and classic feel.
-The cleanest, easiest-to-maintain, and most allergic-free gold color.
-It pairs well with intricate settings and more intricate design elements like milgrain because it is the easiest material for jewelers to work with.
-when used with diamonds of lower color grade, creates a lovely warmth.
-Extremely attractive on all skin tones, but especially on darker or olive tones.


-It should be polished and cleaned frequently because it is the most malleable type of gold and is more likely to get dents and scratches.
-The metals in its alloy mixture have the potential to tarnish or corrode under specific conditions, leaving a black mark on your finger. Even though it is fixable and temporary, it might still be inconvenient.

Platinum Wedding Rings

Platinum is one of the world's rarest metals. It is not only a luxurious option but also one of the most valuable precious metals.
In fact, white gold was created when platinum jewelry was chosen to be removed from the market in order to conserve the metal for war supplies.
Platinum is an excellent choice for securely holding precious stones for a lifetime.

Pros & Cons of Platinum Wedding Rings


-They enhance a diamond’s sparkle
-They are strong and durable
-They are perfect if you have nickel allergies


-The downside of Platinum is that it tends to lose its high polish and sharp edges fairly quickly.
-Platinum is more expensive in comparison to other precious metals
-Platinum rings are heavier compared to other metals.

White Gold Wedding Rings

Pure gold combined with strong metals like zinc, nickel, and copper to create white gold, which gives it strength and a brighter colour.
Most white gold rings are crafted from 14K or 18K gold. Both 14 and 18 karats contain 75 percent gold.

Pros & Cons of White Gold Wedding Rings


-Lovely-looking precious metal
-Much Cheaper Than Platinum
-There is a larger variety of white gold rings available.


-White gold is a softer metal, making it less durable.
-Over Time, Your Ring Will Become Yellow.
-Periodically Requires Rhodium plating
-White Gold Is Not Hypoallergenic

Looking for a custom design wedding ring in Sydney?

Diamond Elite can help you with your needs! We are an Australian & Family owned boutique jeweller established in 2009. We specialise in loose GIA Certified Natural Diamonds, Certified Lab Grown Diamonds, Engagement Rings and Wedding Bands.
With fair pricing and professional services, get in touch for a complimentary consultation with no obligations.

With a 5-star google review and over 500 verified reviews, Diamond Elite can 100% help you when you are looking for a unique diamond on your special life events. It all starts with your story and the memories follow, let Diamond Elite cater to your needs.



    The Diamond Elite team are an absolute pleasure to work with!

    My now husband worked with Belinda, Jessica and Theresa to make my gorgeous radiant cut engagement ring. We then worked with them to create our wedding bands and he process was seamless, so easy and fun! They are all so professional and helpful throughout and the results are incredible! 2 years later and I still get so many compliments on my engagement ring and my partner's wedding ring too!
    We recently worked with them to reset an old ring into a more modern design. The result was better than I could have imagined! Their attention to detail is second to none! Such a professional and lovely team to work with. We will continue to work with Diamond Elite and very highly recommend!

  • Oscar Ring


    We'd highly recommend Diamond Elite for the quality of jewelry and exceptional customer service from both Theressa and Jessica. Presented them with a complex design of the wedding rings we wanted and they managed to deliver within 3 weeks. Absolutely happy with the price. We've been very well looked after and this is by far the best experience we have had shopping around for our wedding rings! Thank you Diamond Elite Chatswood!

  • Alexander Ring


    Amazing jeweller, very helpful, affordable and amazing service!

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