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Gold Wedding Rings: The Ultimate Guide to Gold Wedding Rings

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Gold Wedding Rings: The Ultimate Guide to Gold Wedding Rings

You might be getting closer to talking about engagement with your significant other. Perhaps your lover hasn't quite picked out the ring yet, but you want to get ahead of things by looking for the jewelry that expresses your personality and relationship. In the meantime, dreaming about wedding rings and bridal jewelry will only help you to be more prepared when the time comes. 

One type of wedding ring that's exquisite and timeless is the gold wedding ring. Its quality and versatility make this metal option one to keep in mind for the rings you'll exchange.

Where Did Wedding Rings Originate? 

If you're wondering where wedding rings first began, they're no new invention. Thousands of years ago, Egyptian people began wearing snake rings to symbolize that eternity is a never-ending cycle. 

Eventually, people began to exchange metal rings as a part of a wedding ceremony in the 1600s. In that time, rings were thought to represent an eternal devotion to another person. Today, many people still think of wedding rings with this traditional symbolism of extreme devotion. 

What Are the Best Tips for Choosing Wedding Rings? 

If you're starting to search for wedding rings, you may want to keep a few things in mind to help make the process easier. When you go into this journey prepared, you may be able to narrow down your options to rings that suit you much more quickly. Here are a few tips for how to find your best wedding ring. 

Select Something Timeless 

First, consider going for a ring that's timeless. Even if the ring you like has some trendy elements, you may want to ensure that it includes classic features.

For example, you might enjoy having an alternative band shape to complement your ring. To make this piece more classic, you could ensure that it displays round-shaped diamonds in a traditional jewelry metal color. 

Choose a Ring With Durable Materials

Next, you may want to think about what kind of metal you'll want for your band and prongs. Although it might seem like the less pressing of all the decisions you'll make, it's worth considering. When you opt for an inferior metal, you may notice your jewelry looking dull and losing its color far sooner than you would ever expect. Here's a quick guide for jewelry metals you might choose for your engagement and wedding rings.

  • Silver: Silver tends to be a lightweight metal, making it a comfortable option for your wedding band. However, silver also requires extra upkeep and attention to keep it looking excellent. When you're planning to wear your wedding ring every day, this factor is something to consider. 
  • 14-Karat Gold: This kind of gold consists of 14 parts gold and 10 parts alloy metal, meaning it's very durable. However, those alloy metals in such a high concentration can cause your ring to be less valuable and show signs of impurity over time. 
  • 18-Karat Gold: When you're looking for the perfect mix of durability and high quality, 18-karat gold is the ideal option. The light amount of alloy metals allows it to endure everyday wear, and the high gold content is valuable and pure. 
  • 24-Karat Gold: Although this sort of gold is the most valuable, it's much softer than alloyed metals, meaning that it will display signs of wear more quickly. 
  • Platinum: Compared to silver, platinum is one of the best cool-toned metals you could choose for your wedding jewelry. 

Select a Ring That Has Meaning to You 

When you begin to plan your wedding, you'll realize that many details and decisions are results of necessity or someone else's opinion rather than your own. To keep some sacredness in your wedding decisions, consider choosing a wedding ring set with some significant personal elements. 

Nine Noémie Gold Wedding Rings for Your Taste 

Whether the engagement is still years away or coming closer, finding out what kind of ring suits you can help make the ring selection process smooth for you both. Let's look at several gold wedding ring options that you can picture yourself wearing in lustrous gold color.

1. The Noémie Solitaire Ring

Let's begin with engagement rings. If you're searching for a luxurious gold ring as classic and breath-taking as they come, our Solitaire Ring is a perfect option. One dazzling center stone set in high-quality 18-karat gold or platinum makes an ideal complement for any wedding band.

2. The Noémie Halo Pavé Band 

If you love diamonds and radiant engagement jewelry, this may be the ring for you. Our Halo Pavé band displays a center stone surrounded by elegant diamonds. Your choice of 18-karat gold or platinum band supports the ring with pavé stones decorating its entirety. 

3. The Noémie Criss Cross Engagement Ring

Sometimes, it's worth it to go for the bold option. If you're the kind of person who doesn't shy away from bold diamonds, the Criss Cross Engagement ring is a terrific choice. It's bold enough to take the place of both your engagement ring and wedding band if you should choose that for yourself. 

4. The Noémie Connecting Solitaire Pave Ring 

When looking for wedding jewelry with meaning, it's essential to keep styles in mind that highlight your unique personality. The Connecting Solitaire Pave Ring is a ring for those who love one-of-a-kind designs. You can wear it on its own or pair it with a pavé stacking ring for added luxury. 

5. The Noémie Diamond Eternity Band 

Once you've found the engagement ring of your dreams, it's a great idea to think about wedding bands. One option that's tried and true is our Diamond Eternity band. These come adorned with pavé diamonds to highlight your engagement ring with delicate excellence. 

6. The Noémie Vintage Band

Do you adore antique designs and the vintage styles of the past? Our Vintage Band ring is a perfect accent to your engagement ring. It's a whimsical design that features elegant diamonds in its uniquely-shaped band. Wear this band for a ring you'll love for decades.  

7. The Noémie Baguette Diamond Band Ring 

Perhaps you're the kind of person who loves exquisite diamond cuts. If so, you might enjoy wearing Our stunning Baguette Eternity Diamond Band next to your engagement ring. This ring is an ideal pair for your engagement jewelry that you can enjoy for a lifetime. 

8. The Noémie Princess Cut Eternity Band 

Maybe you've always dreamed of having princess-cut wedding jewelry. In that case, the Noémie Princess-Cut Eternity band could be ideal for your preferences. In your choice of 18-karat gold or platinum, this band displays breath-taking princess-cut diamonds around the entire length. 

9. The Noémie Three-Row Micro-Pave Band 

Perhaps delicate diamonds are more your style. If you delight in shimmering stones in multiple rows, the Noémie Three-Row Micro-Pavé Band is for you. Wear it in gold with your engagement ring for a piece that looks radiant throughout your marriage. 

You Deserve Meaningful Luxury 

Choosing engagement jewelry is exciting. After picking out the rings, you can begin to craft a bridal look that fits your dreams. Select the perfect gold earrings to accent your gold wedding band and every other romantic detail you desire. 

When you want luxury that doesn't mark up prices or cut corners in quality, Noémie jewelry has what you're looking for. We make our handcrafted pieces with you in mind to offer you luxurious bridal jewelry that has meaning.


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