Two Colour Bands
Discover a collection of two colour wedding rings, created in a combination of Gold and Platinum, contrasting with a combination of precious metal colours, brushed satin and mirror polished textures.
Two colour wedding rings are also referred to as bi-coloured or two-tone, being created with either two metal types or two same metals, varying in colour. This variation can be subtle or more pronounced. Most typically, we find examples being created in 18ct Yellow Gold, contrasting against either 18ct White Gold or Platinum. A wide selection of alloys can be incorporated including the beautifully rich 18ct Rose Gold, with its unique copper colouration, against the whiteness of either Platinum or White Gold. Palladium is less typically included in such rings since the metal can become brittle when heated and appropriate solder is not generally available. Most popular tends to be the 18ct Yellow and White Gold Rings which are often varied across bands for wedding rings in combinations of three 'stripes' for want of a better word. Such bands are also varied in finish between polished and satin to give a further contrast to the actual ring texture