Express Your Love This Valentine’s Day with Men’s Wedding Rings

Are you looking for a special gift for the man in your life this Valentine’s Day? Whether your relationship is brand new or a decades-old marriage, your guy is sure to love a gift of jewelry on this romantic holiday. There was once a time, not too long ago, when jewelry was considered to be a gift primarily for women, but those days are long gone. Today, more and more men are feeling comfortable wearing jewelry of all kinds as a means of expressing their individuality or simply because they like the way it looks.

Out of all the jewelry you can choose this Valentine’s Day, men’s wedding rings are perhaps the most romantic gift of all. Even if you’re not planning on getting married anytime soon, or if you’re already married, men’s wedding rings are still a great choice. You’ll find a huge selection from their Personal Wedding Website.

  • Titanium rings: Although you may immediately imagine a precious metal when you think of men’s wedding rings, you might be surprised to know that other contemporary materials are becoming increasingly popular. One great example is titanium. This modern metal is extremely strong, inexpensive and scratch-resistant. It’s also very lightweight, which appeals to many men, and it comes in a wide variety of colors and finishes. One great option for Valentine’s Day is a tungsten band with a polished finish and a black enamel plate featuring the word “Forever.”
  • Tungsten rings: Another contemporary material that is becoming increasingly popular in men’s wedding rings is tungsten carbide. This modern metal is one of the hardest manmade materials in existence, which makes it a very attractive option for men’s jewelry. Tungsten is also scratch-resistant and slightly heavier than other metals because of its density. Similar to titanium and other contemporary metals, tungsten is surprisingly affordable and it comes in a variety of colors and finishes. You’ll discover several men’s wedding rings made of tungsten that would be wonderful gifts for Valentine’s Day, including a black tungsten band with the words “You Are My Only” and two hearts laser inscribed on the outside of the ring.
  • Gold rings: The perennial favorite in women and men’s wedding rings is, without a doubt, gold. Considering its magnificent luster and beautiful appearance, it’s no wonder that this precious metal has been a top choice of jewelry wearers for generations. Although gold is available in many different hues, the most common colors for wedding rings are yellow, white and rose gold. The metal used in jewelry is actually an alloy of gold and another metal, and its purity is measured in karats:  10k is 41.6% pure gold; 14k is 58.3% pure; and 18k is 75% pure. Gold is a bit more expensive than other materials, however –unlike most contemporary metals – gold can be resized if your guy’s ring size changes in the future. One fine example of the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for your man is a satin-finished 10k yellow gold ring with parallel grooves.
  • Two-toned rings: Another style of men’s wedding rings that has become extremely popular is the two-toned design. Some of the most common combine a white and a yellow metal, but there are others that mix a white metal with a black finish, for example. You’ll find plenty of two-toned bands in gold jewelry, but also check out some of the contemporary materials like tungsten carbide and titanium for other styles of two-toned rings.

You don’t have to be planning a wedding to give the special man in your life a men’s wedding band for Valentine’s Day. Make this holiday one to remember for your guy, with a handsome man’s ring that beautifully symbolizes your love for him. This is one Valentine’s Day gift he’ll cherish for years to come!

 

Cindy White writes about popular men’s wedding rings and other jewelry for JustMensRings.com.

One Response to “Express Your Love This Valentine’s Day with Men’s Wedding Rings”
  1. Jay Wellman

    Yes, I agree. Especially the men’s tungsten carbide rings are getting more popular every single day. Good advice.

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