In western culture, the wedding ring is generally worn on the fourth finger of the left hand. This tradition stems from Ancient Rome, when it was believed that the vein in this finger (the 'Vena Amoris') ran straight to the heart! We can help you work out your ring size for this finger.
Aesthetically, the choice is all yours. The most important factor to consider is metal hardness - your wedding ring should be strong enough to withstand daily wear, especially if you're an active person. That's why we recommend durable metals like platinum or high carat gold.
Wedding bands vary in price depending on factors like metal type, band width and ring size. As a guide, our collection wedding rings range from £300 (like the one in this photo!) to £1,090. For something a little more unique, our bespoke rings start at around £1,500.