Wedding Ring Shapes and Profiles

Wedding Ring Shapes and Profiles

When choosing a wedding ring, one of the main considerations, is the profile of the ring.

The couple of different styles range from the more, classy sleek flat look to the more tones down softer edged band. As always, personal preference plays role in this regard. However, before making the actual purchase, it is advisable that you try on a couple of different shapes and assess as to which style lends you the most comfort. Then, take the latter into consideration when choosing which style appeals the most from a fashion perspective.

The following is a brief guide to the different ring shapes that we offer so take the time to read carefully:

D Shaped Rings
   D shaped - A D shaped ring is one that has a cross section resembling a D. This is due to its curved outside and flatter inside.


Court Shaped Rings
   Court shaped - Court shaped rings are renowned for their comfort which is mainly as a result of them being slightly rounded on both, their outside and inside.

The court shaped ring is the most popular and traditional choice in the wedding band industry. The fact that it is rounded on both the inside and outside will ensure that it sits snugly around your finger providing an optimum level of comfort.


Flat Court Shaped Rings
   Flat Court Shaped - A flat court ring means that the ring’s outside is flat - whereas its inside is curved. The idea of this is to provide the ring with a comfort effect, all the while matching the sometimes flat surface of some engagement rings.


Flat Shaped Rings
   Flat shaped - Flat shaped rings means that the ring is flat on both, the outside as well as the inside. complimenting the profile of many engagement diamond rings.


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