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The bands can be made of the same metal or from different metals.
There are so many possible variations in this popular style! You have complete control over the specifications of each band that forms a part of your multi-band ring.
We like to start by discussing the overall width of ring. Once we know what width best suits your finger we’ll talk about how to divide it. The more bands you have within a given width, the narrower the’ll be. Are they all going to have the same dimensions? Maybe you would like a wider centre with narrower outer bands. Will you choose a two-colour ring, or a single colour?
The profile of each band can be flat, convex or concave, and all of the bands in a particular ring can be the same or different. You might like all the bands to be at the same height, or you might prefer to combine bands of different heights. We can incorporate bands that are twisted in a “rope-effect”.
Combining platinum bands with bands in 18ct yellow gold or red gold gives a strong contrast. Do you want one metal to be dominant, or would you like an even split? A three-band ring might have a platinum centre band with narrow gold outer bands, or the opposite colourway with gold in the centre and platinum edges. They might all be the same width, or the centre could be wider or narrower than the outer bands.
If you fancy a bit of sparkle we can add diamonds into any of the bands.
As you can see, there is a lot to think about! If you come along for a consultation we’ll guide you through the whole process step-by-step.