Platinum wedding rings
Very popular for wedding rings due to its looks, hardness and rarity. Our platinum rings are 95% pure, which means they are heavy and strong. Great if you have the budget for a prestigious ring that will last you a lifetime. Read more about platinum rings.
Palladium Wedding Rings
Relatively new to the jewellery market, palladium is great for those who would like to choose platinum but are on a tighter budget. Palladium is less prone to tarnishing or scratches than the less-expensive white gold, and polishes to a beautiful white finish. Information about palladium here.
Silver wedding rings
Silver is generally not used for wedding bands as it tarnishes and scratches more easily than other metals. However, we at Kodega have noticed how popular silver has become for wedding bands. We want you to have a ring to last a lifetime so we are happy to rhodium plate your silver ring at no extra cost to you (please request this as a note at checkout). So you can have confidence in your budget-friendly silver! Read more for more information about silver rings.
Yellow gold wedding rings
Yellow Gold is the traditional choice for wedding rings. We offer a choice of 9ct, 14ct 18ct and 22ct rings – each with slightly different properties due to the differing amounts of other metals in the alloy. If you'd like more information on the different properties, just follow the link for more information on yellow gold rings.
White gold wedding rings
White Gold wedding rings use gold alloyed with a higher proportion of other metals, to produce a beautiful polish and shine. White metals provide an excellent backdrop for diamonds, so choose white gold for your diamond ring if you would like platinum but perhaps want something more traditional. White gold rings are usually plated with rhodium, so read more for more information on this. Want more information on wedding rings in white gold? Click for more information about our white gold rings, and the rhodium plating process. White gold rings - more information.
Rose gold wedding rings
Rose Gold is the romantic choice – if you want a ring that is traditional and distinguished then rose gold could be the metal for you. Rose gold is often used in bi-coloured rings to offset the more traditional white or yellow gold. Rose gold information