Cost of Men’s Wedding Rings  March 30, 2020

Trying to figure out how much to spend on a wedding ring? It’s going to last a lifetime, so you don’t want to get it wrong.

Wedding rings are generally made out of metals, depending on which metal you choose will generally determine the cost of your wedding rings. Other factors which can impact the cost of a men’s wedding ring are; where it is bought (shop front or online), customisation and quality.

Metals:

  • Gold – gold is considered a precious metal, it will cost between $800 and $1200aud. for a simple wedding band.
  • Tungsten – this is a strong metal, extremely scratch resistance and the same weight as gold. Expect to pay between $200 and $500 for this.
  • Titanium – This is stronger than Gold, not quite as scratch resistance as Tungsten, and very light weight. Expect to pay between $150 and $400
  • Platinum – a very strong metal, however ++ expensive expect to pay $1200+.

Where it is bought:

Online – online stores have less overheads and will generally offer a better price for the ring you want. Postage is often included. Head to The Gentleman’s Smith to check out their process.

In-store – shop fronts have more overheads and will generally charge more for a product.

Customisation:

If you want to customise your ring this can increase the price of the ring. Resizing and engraving can add to the cost. At The Gentleman’s Smith, to make sure you get the right size ring, we include free resizing. Engraving can often be done locally.

Quality:

For a ring to last a lifetime, it must be of a high quality. You can rest assured that our rings at The Gentleman’s Smith have been tested to ensure that they are exactly what they say they are. Tungsten and Titanium.

If you have anymore questions please contact us.

The Gentleman’s Smith Team

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