Wedding Rings Bicolor

Bicolour wedding rings comprising two different materials are a particularly enchanting variant. Here the resulting colour contrast creates a unique charm. Independent of whether different gold alloys such as white gold and red gold, or, for example, carbon and apricot gold are used, the materials are combined in a harmonious design to underline the celebratory union which the bridal couple would like to express with their wedding rings.

Bicolor Wedding Rings

Bicolour wedding rings are an especially sophisticated variant which combine craftsmanship with exclusive taste. In the manufacturing process of bicolour wedding rings, the technique of diffusion bonding also known as sintering is used to permanently join two materials together. This is made under high pressure and a very high temperature. The result is a seamless connection of the materials. This also allows the joining of palladium and gold alloys to enable a particularly attractive combination and make your wedding rings extraordinary.