Two Tone Engagement Rings: When Two Tones are Better than One
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You really can have it all.
When it comes to finding the perfect engagement ring you might find yourself wondering what color band to pick.
Do you pick a flirty rose gold, or do you opt for a vintage yellow gold band? Here’s the good news — you don’t have to pick just one.
A two tone engagement lets you have the best of both worlds. Two tone engagement rings are hardly new. They have been a hot trend for years — and show no sign of slowing down anytime soon.
Here at Ben Garelick, we have a range of two tone engagement rings with designs ranging from elegantly vintage to show-stoppingly modern rings.
When combined with your choice of stone you can create the perfect ring to match your bride’s individuality.
Choosing The Right Metal
Two tone engagement rings are exactly how the name sounds.
These alluring engagement rings offer a mix of two precious metals to create a stunning finish.
Two toned designs are especially popular with vintage engagement rings as it adds a modern touch. We love the use of color here in this Kirk Kara Pirouetta Halo Diamond Engagement Ring.
You can even customize this ring to include a hidden halo (diamonds on the side instead of the top) or a colored gem and you’ll have a ring unlike any other.
We have also seen massive growth in the rose gold metal band — with no signs of stopping anytime soon.
This lovely color has proved that it was much more than a passing trend and is now a mainstay in engagement ring design. Another option that has emerged as a winner over the last few years is platinum.
This metal is ultra-durable, which makes it perfect for a bride that has an active lifestyle.
The best thing about modern engagement rings is that they are built to last — so no matter which metal you choose, it will last a lifetime. This means that with a two toned ring you get all the benefits with the added bonus of dazzling color combinations.
When Two Becomes One
Call us romantic, but we think there is something beautifully symbolic about two toned rings.
For a day that represents two people coming together, there is a certain beauty to be found in the mixing of two colored metals.
There is also another hidden advantage here. It makes it even easier to match a wedding band with your spouse. A line of rose gold or colored band is a great way to have complementary rings that signify your union.
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The two toned trend is also a great option to bring a modern update to the classic men’s wedding band.
Ultimately, it’s up to you but we think that two toned rings are a stunning addition to any wedding day. Plus, who doesn’t love something that is secretly romantic?
Color Combinations To Try
Need help picking the perfect color?
The classic advice is if your bride tends to favor silver or cool-toned jewelry, white gold or platinum is the one to pick. If she wears warmer tones, try out yellow or rose gold.
Here is where the beauty of two tone engagement rings really shines. You don’t have to pick just one! These are some of our favorite color combinations to try.
White And Rose Gold
White and Yellow Gold
Going for more of a vintage style? Artcarved’s Marlow White and Yellow Gold Engagement Ringlooks stunning with CrownRing’s Two-Tone Patterned Wedding Band.
Do you feel like your bride might love a two toned ring? We can work with you to find the engagement ring of your dreams.
Call us today at (716) 631-1584, text us at (716) 574-0966, visit us at our Buffalo, NY location or chat with our experts online 24/7, to see what makes a two toned ring so special.