Wedding bands for women: classic settings or textured twists


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We’ve picked out four of the key trends of the moment in women’s wedding rings: spiky natural forms, studded looks, smooth classical shapes, and metallic ‘pearls’.

Spiky delight
Some of the most interesting rings currently on the market are inspired by quirky natural forms. The ‘Rose Wood’ ring in white gold and diamonds from Christian Dior is priced at €4,200 and provides a slightly more interesting touch for a wedding band, with its soft, diamond-covered spikes.

Studded contrast
Another option is to go with a design that combines a little bit of everything from studded touches, to contrasting materials. Boucheron’s stunning ‘Quatre ring’, ‘White Edition’ comes in rose gold, ceramic and diamonds and is priced at €3,170.

Smooth and sleek
The classic shapes are still totally in vogue (and will always remain so) so why not stay with the safe option when it comes to a once-in-a-lifetime purchase? Piaget’s ‘Limelight’ ring features a simple yet luxurious band of 23 diamonds in a platinum setting for €1,940.

Metallic pearls
If diamonds are a girl’s best friend, then pearls can be the husband. This refined and pared back option in rose gold from Van Cleef & Arpels is a great choice if you’re looking for something more eye-catching than a plain band, but less blingy than a row of gemstones. It’s priced at €1,650.

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