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Rings

Rings are a great way to accessorise any outfit. They're also incredibly popular, so you'll be able to find something for every style. Whether you want a simple band or something more elaborate, you'll find plenty of options with us. If you're thinking about buying rings it’s important to find a design that you vibe with and complements your style as they can completely transform your look. What makes rings different to necklaces is that your hands are something you will see all the time so if you love your rings you will get constant enjoyment everytime you look at them.

 

If you're looking for a new ring to add to your jewellery collection, stainless steel is a great choice. Stainless steel is 100% waterproof and non tarnish so it can stand up to daily wear and contact with water. Rings make excellent accessories when it comes to adding personality and individuality to an outfit. They can provide you with an opportunity to express yourself in ways that might not otherwise be possible if all of your jewellery was made from the same material or style.

What are the common types of rings?

Rings are where a jeweller's creativity shines, there is a simple framework to build upon, that the design wraps around a finger, and from there is where the artistic expression of the designer can flow. There are some common styles of rings that can help you work out what you like and the direction to take when choosing your new set of rings.

Band Rings

This is where simplistic elegance comes into play, a band ring is the most basic style. Typically they are a circle base between 3-8mm width, they can either be plain polished metal or feature a design of some sort. One of the most popular band ring designs that blends simplicity with an intricate pattern is the Cuban Link Ring, it takes the popular cuban chain design into a wrapped ring shape and is one of the best choices to start a rings collection. Also check out the Chained Ring for another killer pattern that transforms a chain link necklace design into a ring shape.

Signet Rings

This is one of the most traditional ring designs and has a long history in jewellery and fashion. A signet ring has the distinctive flat face that is either polished or traditionally featured an engraved design. Signet rings add elegance to your style and can also be embellished with modern flair across many different themes.

Statement Rings

This is for the adventurous style and one that allows a jewellery to get really creative with their design. Statement rings are the most artistic expression as they usually take an unconventional shape featuring molds of animals, skulls and sculptures. Our top pick would be the Death’s Head Moth Ring.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I get my rings wet without them tarnishing?

Yes, our rings are 100% waterproof and non tarnish. We offer a lifetime warranty to back this up. Stainless steel doesn't oxidise or tarnish so you're good to go!

Tips on styling rings?

Styling rings comes down to personal preference, some pople like to wear 1 on every finger and even stack 2-3 small rings together. To start with an easy way to get a great look is by wearing 2-3 on each hand, this will keep it casual looking. Check out the blog for more tips

Can I wear stainless steel rings with sterling silver rings?

Yes! Stainless steel and silver compliment each other very well, they both like bright and shiny when polished up and combining the two metals can look great.

Article - What is the difference between Stainless Steel and Sterling Silver Jewellery?

Will stainless steel rings turn my fingers green?

No, our rings are made of 316L stainless steel which doesn't oxidise or discolour. Our rings are designed for daily wear and won't turn your fingers green.

How do I work out my ring size?

We have a complete sizing guide and size conversion chart for rings along with a video demonstration on how to size your finger which you can check out here - Sizing Guide