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Understanding Mens Gemstone Wedding Bands
When it comes to mens gemstone wedding bands there are so many options to choose from. There are an array of colors, each with its own properties and qualities. Our gems include: Amethyst, Aquamarine, Black Onyx, Blue Sapphire, Citrine, Diamond, Garnet, Peridot, Pink Tourmaline, Ruby, and Swiss Blue Topaz. How do you know which colored stone wedding bands should you get? We have outline all the technical aspects behind each of our gems for those who are curious. Our favorite and the most popular choice of all the gem wedding bands is the blue sapphire wedding band.
A Guide to the Blue Sapphire Wedding Band
When customizing sapphire wedding bands for him, you do not need to worry. Designing blue sapphire wedding bands is easier than you think. The deep blue hue of the sapphire is masculine and versatile. Mens sapphire wedding bands look good against any skin tone. Sapphire wedding band sets can be created with any metal. The deep blue also compliments white, yellow and rose gold. The mens blue sapphire wedding band is ideal for as a starting ring for anyone.
The most common style is the blue sapphire and diamond wedding band. The white of the diamonds allows for the color of the sapphire to pop even more. The mens diamond and sapphire wedding band in platinum is one of the most iconic and luxurious choices. In addition, the platinum sapphire wedding band is one of the most durable combinations in jewelry. A budget friendly variation of this combination includes mens white gold sapphire wedding bands. You get everything except the durability of the platinum.
Besides diamonds, his and hers sapphire wedding bands can be paired with other gems. The second most common is ruby in a white gold and sapphire wedding band. The warm hue of the fiery red ruby creates a sharp contrast against the mens white gold wedding bands with sapphire. All three colors coexist. Also consider black onyx in combination to your white gold sapphire wedding band for a more modern urban look. There is a gem for everyone!
Ruby Wedding Band and More
As mentioned above, ruby is the second most popular color with sapphire, and it is also the second most popular gem on its own. The ruby wedding band looks especially masculine in a signet style design with a large solitaire gem on its own. If red is not your color, we also suggest you consider the amethyst wedding band, the aquamarine wedding band, or the peridot wedding band. All three of these colors are unique and masculine in their own way. The purple of amethyst is perfect for those who want to be sophisticated and bold. The pale blue of aquamarine is ideal for those who want to be subtle and stylish. The bright yellow green of peridot is excellent for those who are adventurous and nature loving.
How to Take Care of Your Sapphire Wedding Bands
One of the most common requests from our clients is how to handle their mens diamond and blue sapphire wedding band. For many men, this is their first time owning a gemstone ring. Caring for mens wedding bands white gold with diamonds and sapphires is simple. Avoid impact and sharp surfaces. If you wish to clean your sapphire and diamond wedding band white gold we recommend you use warm water, dish soap, and gentle toothbrush.