A Milgrain Ring as Your Wedding Band
Posted on April 14 2015
A milgrain ring features the art of milgrain — tiny beads created by the jeweler as one of the final steps in a ring’s creation. The word milgrain is derived from the French mille grain, meaning a thousand grains, referring to the seemingly endless line of grain-like beads. Milgrain is usually found at the edge of a piece of jewelry or around gemstones and provides a vintage or antique aesthetic.
We offer many styles of rings, for both men and women, with milgrain. Here are some of my top picks for a milgrain wedding band.
This solid gold ring is approximately 2mm thick and is shown here in popular rose gold. It’s also available in yellow gold or white gold.
This 2mm diamond wedding band features 0.25 cttw. in diamonds, pave set half way around the band. It also features hand engraving. This style is available in 14k gold, 18k gold, and platinum.
Double milgrain is illustrated here with two rows of milgrain near each edge. The brushed (matte) finish is popular among our clients. This 7mm ring is also available in yellow gold.
To learn more about a ring’s anatomy, please visit our ring anatomy of engagement rings page.