White gold? Platinum? Learn which one of these two very different ring metals best suits you.
White gold and platinum are two gleaming white metals that play up the brilliance of their set diamonds. They’re both beautiful and sturdy: neither ring metal tarnishes, corrodes, or rusts. You can’t go wrong with either classic, but which ring metal best fits your lifestyle?
White gold and platinum look so similar – so what’s the difference?
Want to show your ring metal? Here are 10 settings that look gorgeous in either white gold or platinum:
“My ring is beautiful. Pictures do not do it justice. The setting puts all the attention on my diamond.”
“Everyone commented on how detailed it is, yet said there’s also a simplicity to it.”
“I love the delicate halo and simple band, so the center diamond can be the star of the show.”
“My fiancée is very happy and proud of her ring. She receives compliments all the time.”
“The pavé diamonds add a great touch and the asymmetry is just enough to make it interesting and unique.”
– Christian B.
“I knew my fiancée wanted something elegant and thin and this ring fits the bill perfectly.”
“The antique design is gorgeous and perfect for my very special girl.”
“The rope setting has an elegant yet distinctive simplicity, and it really highlights the diamond.”
“My now fiancée LOVES this ring. Very much her. Classy yet simple.”
“The halo really makes the diamond appear larger than anything, and the ring as a whole looks so radiant.”
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