Mens Diamond Rings
An increasingly popular trend in wedding bands has been precious stones in the groom’s band. You are seeing more and more celebrities and musicians wearing these beautiful bands that are adorned with diamonds, sapphires and rubies.
Why should the ladies get all the fun and glamour of precious stones in their wedding bands?
Your unique wedding band should be something that is a testament to your love for your wife: Shouldn’t you want that statement be bold, just like your love?
Whether it is a stone that is precious to you as an heirloom passed down from a loved one, or if it is a stone you purchase through us that will become a precious heirloom to your children, we can create a custom and awe inspiring band for you that will stand out from the crowd and proudly exclaim your love for your bride.
Tungsten wedding bands are already a clear and sincere statement that your love is forever, and now you can add the sparkle that you will have forever for your bride. Each tungsten wedding band is individually and painstakingly crafted with you in mind: A piece of art that you will wear on your finger to symbolize your union. We can pick a stone for you or you can supply your own, either way, the end result is a masterpiece that is one of a kind, just like your marriage.
So, why should ladies get all the bling? Make your men's wedding band something that you will admire and smile at all the days of your life. Stand out from the crowd and ask yourself, do men wear diamond rings?
NOTE: Forever Metals offers diamonds and cubic zirconia to be customized into your ring. Colorless stones to be burnishing into the tungsten is best made with 2mm round stones burnished into accompanied bezels.
Delivered stones may be used for customization. Stones must have a unique hardness to be burnished into tungsten carbide or softer metals may be considered as a base metal. Customer delivered packages assume all responsibilities when delivering packages. Burnishing weak and fragile gemstones could result in a cracked stone.
Last Updated: October 21, 2018.