Heavy Metal: Bands for the Groom

With this ring, I thee wed. Now more than ever, there’s a ring for every guy’s personality. A groom has hundreds of options, whether he plays guitar or hikes the canyons, opts for traditional or modern or joneses for platinum over gold. Need help narrowing it down? We loop you in with these hot ring trends.

Rose Gold

The fashion world can’t get enough of this rosy-hued metallic.

1. 18k rose gold and platinum brush finish band, $2,050, O.C. Tanner Jewelers, SLC 2. 14k rose gold flat band with a brushed center and high polish rims, $1,385, Bennion Jewelers, SLC


Perfect for an artist or outdoorsmen, this rugged-yet-refined option could be the one.

3. Titanium beveled edge band, $215, Ever-Rings, SLC 4. Two-tone flat band with hammered center in 14k white gold, $1,010, Bennion Jewelers, SLC 5. Handmade hammered sterling silver band, $85, Sharpwerks, SLC


Customize a band with a favorite motif or noted Utah hot spot.

6. Titanium flat band with granite inlay from Little Cottonwood Canyon, $450, Ever-Rings, SLC 7. Titanium flat band with guitar string inlay, $450, Ever-Rings, SLC


Timeless metals that can be dressed up or down.

8. 18k yellow gold brush finish band, $2,080, O.C. Tanner Jewelers, SLC

9. 18k white gold band with coin edge, $2,350, O.C. Tanner Jewelers, SLC 10. Handmade sterling silver flat band, $75, Sharpwerks, SLC


These black rings boast durability, comfort and are darkly handsome.  

11. Zirconium beveled band with sandblasted center, $250, Ever Rings, SLC 12. Zirconium domed band with Wood Inlay, $625, Ever Rings, SLC

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