Men’s Yellow Gold Wedding Bands & Two Tone Rings

Men’s wedding bands were traditionally manufactured out of yellow gold. However, today more modern metals are becoming popular. For instance, deBebians offers men’s wedding bands made from titanium, platinum, and palladium. I wanted to highlight yellow gold today because I love the traditional look. As you will see, the rings do not necessarily have to be completely made of yellow gold. Many of our customers choose two toned rings, which is also a classic and beloved look.

1. Domed Wedding Band in 14k 6mm

plain yellow gold wedding bands for men

This plain men’s band is domed, making it one of the more iconic and classic men’s wedding bands. It is the universal symbol for marriage and commitment. I especially adore the 6mm width because it has a more updated look than a thinner band. All of our plain men’s rings may be personalized with one of three finishes that may be selected (high polish, brushed, or hammered). They are available in varying widths and precious metals.

2. Handmade Mens Wedding Ring 8.5mm

handmade wedding bands for men

Our collection of handmade wedding bands is manufactured to order by our expert jewelers. This particular ring has two yellow gold braids and a white gold woven center. Many men and women are drawn to handcrafted designs.

3. Two Tone Mens Wedding Ring with Celtic Trinity Knot Design

celtic wedding bands for men

The trinity knot, also called the triquetra, has many interpretations. For Christians, it can be symbolic of the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit of the Holy Trinity. For Pagans, it can represent the natural forces of earth, air, and water. Other groups may see it as a symbol of the past, present, and future, while others see it as representing birth, death, and rebirth. deBebians carries a wide variety of Celtic wedding bands, including those that prominently feature the trinity knot.

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