Wear marks or wear on wedding rings
When you wear your rings, over time they will change from the surface and even in dimensions for a long time. With a few examples of wedding rings, we would like to show you what this can look like so that there are no surprises here. The wedding rings get signs of wear and small quirks, the polished rings are a little matte and the matte wedding rings are a little shinier and both surfaces meet at the end in the middle and we can no longer tell whether the original were polished or matte. Personally, I find the rings with the signs of wear nicer that they always have a story.
Here we show some before/after pictures of original wedding rings that our customers kindly provided us for the photos.
A couple Wedding rings in 585 red gold with signs of wear from about a year. Here you can see how the surface changes from matt to a little more glossy.
A Wedding ring in 750 yellow gold with gray gold stripes. Here the ring has developed a beautiful patina and thus got its very own character.
A wedding ring in 585 yellow gold.
A pair of wedding rings in 585 yellow gold combined with gray gold
A pair of wedding rings in 585 gray gold combined with rose gold stripes.
A pair of wedding rings in 925 silver with a matt and forged surface after about 3 years. There is not much left of the forged item here because silver is quite soft and the material wears off.
A pair of wedding rings in 585 yellow gold with the fin forged at an angle. The rings have become shinier after a while and with one of them the forged surface is already worn out because in this case the ring has been heavily used every day.
A pair of wedding rings in 950 palladium.
A pair of wedding rings in 750 yellow gold with gray gold and diamonds