Palladium Wedding Rings
Finding a palladium men's wedding band that fits like a glove and looks great on the finger is a fun adventure at deBebians. Palladium has a natural white gleam that makes all our ring styles distinctively appealing. Relax and enjoy the experience of browsing for palladium rings in our Pallazzo collection. Each ring has its own unique qualities, and the craftsmanship and artistry of these rings is top-notch.
Classic Plain and Flat Bands
The classic plain men's palladium wedding ring is best summed up in two words: bright and timeless. If you admire white metal wedding bands, a traditional plain band made from one of the longest lasting metals is a good investment. As you consider plain styles, notice that plain doesn't mean boring - it simply means unembellished. You'll find artistic nuances to admire among men's domed palladium wedding bands and flat wedding bands.
Ring width and finish also play an important role in your selection. We offer a range of width sizes for those who prefer standard, thin and wider widths. Select a high-polish finish if you love that palladium gleam. However, if you prefer a subdued gleam, a brushed finish is the way to go.
Milgrain, Grooves and Twists
Embellishments for men's palladium rings are done with an eye towards maintaining the integrity of the metal. Fortunately, palladium looks awesome with numerous types of embellishment techniques. The most popular embellishments are milgrain, grooves and twists. As its name implies, milgrain resembles tiny seed grains, except these seeds are made of pure metal. You'll see milgrain used most often for decorative edging, and some plain bands may feature milgrain as a slight enhancement.
Grooves are those indentations you see in some ring designs, and they usually go around the entire ring. Grooves are most appealing when used as a high-polish contrast for brushed metal surfaces. Decorative twists provide exciting texture to a ring design, and they often appear near ring edges. You may also see a few rings featuring braiding, which tends to be of a chunkier texture than twists.
Rings with Diamond Accents
Looking for a tad more glam for your wedding band? Check out styles with embedded diamonds. Typically, these rings include one, two or three diamonds for added gleam and elegance.