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Wedding Rings

At W.Bruford, we know that planning your wedding can be a stressful experience. From choosing dresses and venues to arranging flowers and seating plans, there is a lot to plan and organise ready for your big day, but one thing that doesn't have to be stressful is choosing the rings you'll exchange when you say 'I Do'.

Looking for Inspiration? Explore Our Selection Of Wedding Rings Here

A Promise Made To Last

When it comes to choosing your wedding rings, our experienced team of wedding rings experts are here to guide you through every step and will help you find the perfect rings that are as unique as you are.

A Little Extra TLC

As an extra special treat, when you buy your wedding rings from W.Bruford, you will also receive our complimentary TLC pack. Including an engraving, resizing and three refinishes, all our wedding rings also come with a lifetime guarantee, so you can be sure that your rings will always be a symbol of a promise made to last.

Choose Your Metal

Precious Metal Options

When it comes to choosing the precious metal your wedding ring will be crafted from, you need to take into consideration various factors. Do you have a preference in metal colour? Do you have a career which requires you to be 'hands-on' and so need a more robust ring? Or maybe you are driven by the size of your budget? The table below provides information relating to our more popular precious metals: 18ct Yellow Gold, 18ct White Gold, 18ct Rose Gold and Platinum and their appearance, durability and price range, but please use the contact form below to get in touch with one of our team, who will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

  Appearance Durability Price

18ct Yellow Gold

Yellow Gold boats the rich yellow hue for which the metal is famous. Comprised of 75% fine gold and 25% alloys (added to strengthen the metal), 18ct Yellow Gold is suitable for everyday wear. Yellow Gold is more affordable than Platinum and at the same price point as White and Rose gold. 

18ct White Gold

White Gold appears a silvery white on the outside, but underneath is a yellow gold alloy as white gold does not exist naturally. Featuring a rhodium-plating to give the metal its shine and colour, White Gold requires regular replating in order to maintain its colour. White Gold is more affordable than Platinum and at the same price point as Yellow and Rose Gold. 

18ct Rose Gold

With a lustrous blush pink tone, Rose Gold is an alloy of copper and gold. With added strength thanks to is copper alloy, Rose Gold is a durable choice which does not require additional maintenance. Rose Gold is more affordable than Platinum and at the same price point as White and Yellow gold. 

Platinum

With its hypoallergenic status making it a sought after metal for jewellery, Platinum is naturally a lustrous silvery white in colour. Corrosion resistant, Platinum requires very little maintenance as it does not tarnish and is less malleable than Gold. Platinum is the most expensive of the precious metals, due to its superior durability and appearance.

Choose Your Design

Decide On Design

Whether you're after a classic polished wedding ring, or something a little more unique, at W.Bruford we hold in stock a range of wedding ring styles in a variety of metals, so you will be sure to find the right ring for you. Available in 9ct or 18ct yellow, rose and white gold, or palladium and platinum, our selection of rings include patterned and diamond set, as well as the more traditional plain style, to suit you and your budget. In the coming months we will also be offering a 'Bespoke by W.Bruford' wedding ring design service, so you have the option to design your ring to fit around your existing engagement ring. 

Plain, Patterned or Diamond Set - Which will you choose?

 

Choose Your Profile

The Perfect Profile

 When it comes to the comfort of your wedding ring, it's all in the profile. With a variety of options, visit us in store to try them for yourself and discover the perfect ring for you.

 A D-Shape wedding ring is a very traditional option. Flat on the inside and round of the outside, this style of ring provides a comfortable shape which sits close on your finger and is less likely to catch, whilst still appearing substantial.

 

The court profile is the most traditional style of wedding ring. The rounded inside and outside means that it will sit comfortably on your finger.

 

  

The flat profile style of wedding ring is exactly how it sounds. Flat both inside and outside, the result is a chunkier style of ring which a nice heavy feel.

 

  

For a more unusual style of wedding ring, which not try one of these alternative profiles. All designed for those looking for something a little more interesting.

 

Choose Your Finish

The Finishing Touches

 If you've chosen a plain design for your wedding ring, have you thought about adding a textured finish? With options including 'Sparkly Matt', 'Paper' and 'Sandblasted', there are a range of choices to add the finishing touches to your wedding ring.



 

 

Make It Personal

Complimentary Engraving

When you've chosen your wedding rings, why not add a personal touch with our complimentary engraving service. Whether it's the date of the wedding, each others name or a secret message the two of your share, the engraving can be inscribed in a variety of preset styles including block or italic. Or for an extra special twist, why not have your significant other's fingerprint or own handwriting added to your ring.

 

 

 

Precious Metal Options

When it comes to choosing the precious metal your wedding ring will be crafted from, you need to take into consideration various factors. Do you have a preference in metal colour? Do you have a career which requires you to be 'hands-on' and so need a more robust ring? Or maybe you are driven by the size of your budget? The table below provides information relating to our more popular precious metals: 18ct Yellow Gold, 18ct White Gold, 18ct Rose Gold and Platinum and their appearance, durability and price range, but please use the contact form below to get in touch with one of our team, who will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

  Appearance Durability Price

18ct Yellow Gold

Yellow Gold boats the rich yellow hue for which the metal is famous. Comprised of 75% fine gold and 25% alloys (added to strengthen the metal), 18ct Yellow Gold is suitable for everyday wear. Yellow Gold is more affordable than Platinum and at the same price point as White and Rose gold. 

18ct White Gold

White Gold appears a silvery white on the outside, but underneath is a yellow gold alloy as white gold does not exist naturally. Featuring a rhodium-plating to give the metal its shine and colour, White Gold requires regular replating in order to maintain its colour. White Gold is more affordable than Platinum and at the same price point as Yellow and Rose Gold. 

18ct Rose Gold

With a lustrous blush pink tone, Rose Gold is an alloy of copper and gold. With added strength thanks to is copper alloy, Rose Gold is a durable choice which does not require additional maintenance. Rose Gold is more affordable than Platinum and at the same price point as White and Yellow gold. 

Platinum

With its hypoallergenic status making it a sought after metal for jewellery, Platinum is naturally a lustrous silvery white in colour. Corrosion resistant, Platinum requires very little maintenance as it does not tarnish and is less malleable than Gold. Platinum is the most expensive of the precious metals, due to its superior durability and appearance.

Decide On Design

Whether you're after a classic polished wedding ring, or something a little more unique, at W.Bruford we hold in stock a range of wedding ring styles in a variety of metals, so you will be sure to find the right ring for you. Available in 9ct or 18ct yellow, rose and white gold, or palladium and platinum, our selection of rings include patterned and diamond set, as well as the more traditional plain style, to suit you and your budget. In the coming months we will also be offering a 'Bespoke by W.Bruford' wedding ring design service, so you have the option to design your ring to fit around your existing engagement ring. 

Plain, Patterned or Diamond Set - Which will you choose?

 

The Perfect Profile

 When it comes to the comfort of your wedding ring, it's all in the profile. With a variety of options, visit us in store to try them for yourself and discover the perfect ring for you.

 A D-Shape wedding ring is a very traditional option. Flat on the inside and round of the outside, this style of ring provides a comfortable shape which sits close on your finger and is less likely to catch, whilst still appearing substantial.

 

The court profile is the most traditional style of wedding ring. The rounded inside and outside means that it will sit comfortably on your finger.

 

  

The flat profile style of wedding ring is exactly how it sounds. Flat both inside and outside, the result is a chunkier style of ring which a nice heavy feel.

 

  

For a more unusual style of wedding ring, which not try one of these alternative profiles. All designed for those looking for something a little more interesting.

 

The Finishing Touches

 If you've chosen a plain design for your wedding ring, have you thought about adding a textured finish? With options including 'Sparkly Matt', 'Paper' and 'Sandblasted', there are a range of choices to add the finishing touches to your wedding ring.



 

 

Complimentary Engraving

When you've chosen your wedding rings, why not add a personal touch with our complimentary engraving service. Whether it's the date of the wedding, each others name or a secret message the two of your share, the engraving can be inscribed in a variety of preset styles including block or italic. Or for an extra special twist, why not have your significant other's fingerprint or own handwriting added to your ring.

 

 

 

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