Men's Rings - Two Tone
Men’s wedding rings come in any width and any thickness, so most of the samples you see here can be made to suit you. Two tone men’s wedding rings are very popular, especially with white gold in the centre and yellow gold on the outside edges.
Other variations on the two tone theme are white and rose gold, Titanium and white gold and sometimes the white, yellow and titanium mixed together.
If you are wanting just a slight tone difference, the slightly darker white of 18ct White gold contrasts well against the lighter 9ct White Gold. To give even more contrast, the dark shade of the Titanium and the lightest 9ct White Gold works very well together.
Also, to highlight a contrast in colour, the materials can have a different surface finish. This is where part is polished and another part is Emery or matte finish.
There are two ways of making two tone rings. The first and most common way is the overlay technique. This is where the base of the ring is in one colour and another colour material is laid over the top. The problem with this style of manufacture is the inability of resizing the ring. It can be stretched up, but cannot be reduced.
Stacking is the other method of manufacture. All DDS men’s wedding rings are stacked where possible. Stacking is, for instance, making three narrow rings of the same size and thickness, usually in different colours and fusing them together side by side. This type of ring can be easily sized up or down if need be.
There are so many variations on the theme of two tone rings. DDS allows you to choose your combination to produce a beautiful, unique ring that you will love to wear.