A Guide to Flat Court Wedding Rings
Flat court wedding rings are very popular for wedding rings.
This style of wedding ring appeals to both brides and grooms. In contrast to the traditional basic flat wedding ring, this style benefits from a curved inner comfort fit allowing the ring to glide onto the finger.
Light, Medium and Heavy Weights
Extra wide men’s wedding ring custom made to 13mm width
How deep are flat court wedding rings?
The following references give the thickness or depth for light, medium and heavy weight flat court wedding rings.
Light Weight – 1.5mm deep
Medium Weight – 1.8mm deep
Heavy Weight – 2.3mm deep
The image below shows a range of different flat court wedding ring widths. The narrower bands appeal to brides. Wider bands are favoured by grooms. From experience, 2.5mm and 5mm bands are the most popular widths.
Bespoke options include the gold inlaid flat court as shown in our image below.
Buying on a budget
If you’re buying a flat court wedding ring on a tight budget, consider 950 Palladium. This popular precious metal has many of the benefits of Platinum. It is within the same family of metals, but benefits from a remarkably lower price-tag. This is largely down to the weight of the metal – comparatively less dense than Platinum and far lighter. Platinum remains a choice metal but not everyone can afford the most luxurious choice.
Extra wide flat court fingerprint wedding ring
There are many different options to customise your flat court wedding ring. Additional detail can transform your ring. Machined patterns, and personal engraved messages can transform your ring for minimal cost.