White gold is the traditional choice for wedding rings and as it’s available in different carats white gold can fit any budget. 9ct white gold rings are 37.5% gold, 14ct are 58.5% gold and 18ct are 75% gold. The rest is made up of palladium, platinum or silver. The lower the percentage of gold, the more hard-wearing the ring will be, meaning 9ct gold is more hardwearing than 18ct gold.
Our traditional court ring is the most popular profile for white gold wedding rings, followed by our own double comfort profile design. As the name suggests it provides an extremely comfortable fit with a contemporary design. White gold engagement rings are generally d-shape; therefore some brides find the d-shape wedding ring profile fits exactly next to their white gold engagement ring. Flat-court wedding rings provide a great looking flat surface on the outside, with the inside rounded for extra comfort. Flat profile wedding rings have a rectangular cross section; the resulting contemporary style is a nice heavy ring to wear. Halo wedding rings have a circular cross section - the name comes from the fact it looks like (you guessed it) a halo!
Our sample service allows you to ‘try before you buy’, which means you can try your exact specifications; including profile and width in a silver replica. You can also keep the rings for up to a week to ensure you are completely happy with the ring you choose.
If you are looking for an alternative style to a plain white gold wedding ring, we also have a collection of diamond set white gold rings, decorative white gold rings and shaped white gold rings to choose from.