Ring Width is an important consideration when choosing your wedding rings, it should suit the size of your fingers and hands. For instance, a very wide ring on a small finger may not be the best choice, but a larger hand can suit even the widest rings.
If in doubt, ask our advisors. It is also a better idea to choose a slightly larger size than you normally wear for the wider rings, it makes it easier to fit on your finger. Here we will look in a little more detail at three more of our most popular wedding rings, in slim, medium and wide designs.
Ida Claddagh Wedding Ring (C-357)
The Trinity Knot is known to symbolize The Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost, while the Claddagh, with it’s associations of love, friendship and loyalty consists of two hands holding a heart wearing a crown, makes it the perfect design for a wedding ring.
The beauty of this ring is in its simplicity.There are 14k gold versions in white or yellow gold and also platinum for both ladies and gents This is one of our most popular styles and prices start from $395. This is a medium width ring, which should suit most finger sizes, the ladies ring is 4.50mm and the gents ring is 5.50mm wide.
Cabhan Celtic Wedding Ring (C-359)
If you are a looking for a narrower wedding ring which would perfectly suit a slim, small hand, but you would still like some good Celtic symbolism, this ring is ideal. It is also very eye catching, the raised Celtic Knot design, which represents endless love, is polished, as are the outside edges of the ring.
This provides a beautiful contrast with the matt finish background. The design is suitable for both ladies and gents and the widths are 3.80mm for the ladies ring and the gents ring is 5.40mm, making this a great choice for the smaller hand. Available in 14k white or yellow gold, this beautiful ring starts from $545.
Orlagh Claddagh Wedding Rings (C-27)
This is a truly stunning wedding ring which would be a real talking point, no photo can do it justice! If you would like a slightly wider ring, this one is a generous 6.1mm – 6.2mm width for the ladies and 7.2mm – 7.3mm for the gents version.
The famous Claddagh design is featured all around the middle of the band and is a raised and polished pattern, while the outside edges of the ring are also polished. The contrast is provided by the matt finish background to the Claddagh.
If you choose the sterling silver version, it costs a very economical $71, which represents excellent value for a handmade ring of this quality. There are also several options in white and yellow gold, in 10, 14 and 18k versions and of course, they will all be hallmarked by the Dublin Assay Office.