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Men's Wedding Band Metals

Men's Wedding Band Metals

Learn about the contemporary and traditional metals used in modern men's wedding rings. Damascus steel, carbon fiber, ceramic, cobalt, tungsten, titanium, gold in hues of white, yellow, rose. Grooms today don't have to choose from a couple of types of plain domed rings in gold or silver. There are so many options available in an endless combination of styles, colors, gemstones, and materials. E…
Titanium Wedding Bands

Titanium Wedding Bands

Titanium wedding bands are a specialty at Vansweden Jewelers. As a lightweight, easy-to-wear option, titanium has become the go-to metal for anyone seeking an essentially weightless wedding ring. lt is comparable to the weight of silicone rings, but with the classy look of real metal. Overall, it's the metal of choice for both the jewelry lover and the "I don't wear jewelry" man or woman…
Wedding Band Widths Comparison

Wedding Band Widths Comparison

When shopping for a wedding band, the main choices outside of the actual wedding band style are the size and the width. If you're curious about sizing, Vansweden Jewelers covers ring sizing here. As far as the wedding band width, however, there is a lot to consider.Rings range in width from a single millimeter to 20 or more in width. At Vansweden Jewelers, we offer rings from 2mm wide all the…
Tungsten vs Tungsten Carbide Wedding Bands

Tungsten vs Tungsten Carbide Wedding Bands

When shopping for an alternative metal wedding band, you will come across the terms tungsten and tungsten carbide frequently during your search for the perfect ring. To make an informed decision, you may want to know what the differences between them are and which you should focus on as you look for a tungsten wedding band. When it comes to jewelry, tungsten and tungsten carbide…
Comfort Fit Wedding Bands

Comfort Fit Wedding Bands

Most alternative and contemporary metal rings are made in a comfort fit style. Comfort fit rings are curved on the inside. It makes them a little easier to take on and off. As the name suggests, it also makes them a little more comfortable to wear.The curve on the inside of the ring is similar to the side of a barrel. The top and bottom are carved out a little bit, so there is less…