Eight Strand Double Weave Braid with Outer Bands

Eight Strand Double Weave Wedding Rings with Outer Bands

Picking Your Width

The first step in choosing the perfect ring is picking the best width for your finger. Each width is made with different gauge strands, which changes the size of the ring. If you prefer a smaller and daintier ring, select a smaller with your width. If you tend to be more active with your hands and feel you are tougher on your rings, select the larger widths.


5.5mm OBRM824D

Our thinnest version of this outer band, intricate ring. This is a great ring for the lady who wants to wear both an engagement and wedding ring on the same finger or who just likes a thinner ring. For a man's ring or to make a lady's ring extra strong, have us make the outer bands thicker. Approx. 5.5mm wide.


6.5mm OBRM822D

This thinner version of this style makes a great lady's ring and can be paired with any of the rings below. For a man's ring or to make a lady's ring extra strong, have us make the outer bands extra heavy. Approx. 6.5mm wide.


8.0mm OBRM820D

This medium size ring makes a great men's or lady's ring. If the lady is choosing to wear only one ring this is also a great choice. A good choice if both people in the couple want their rings made from the same braid. To make this ring extra strong, have us make the outer bands extra heavy. Approx. 8mm wide.


10.0mm OBRM818D

Even though these are larger rings, I have had couples choose to get this ring for both people. This ring is a strong and sturdy substantial ring that looks and feels great. For men who have larger hands this size is probably the best choice. To make this ring extra strong, have us make the outer bands extra heavy. Approx. 10mm wide.

Best in ring sizes 8 and up.


All The Widths of the Eight Strand Double Weave with Outer Bands

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Picking Your Metal

14k Yellow Gold: The US standard; yellow gold used in most classic wedding rings

14k White Gold: Todd uses a specially designed 14k white gold known for its true white color and extra durability. This white gold is not plated and does not require further plating to hold its white color.

14k Rose Gold: A recently popular reddish/copper colored gold that holds a beautiful shine and won't darken with age.

18k Yellow Gold: The European standard; bright deep yellow gold often used with platinum to create the best two-tone contrast or for people seeking that deeper ancient rich gold look.

Platinum: Known for its strength and bright white color, platinum is sure to last as heirloom pieces for generations to come. Noticeably more expensive because of its density and weight. No other metal feels like platinum.

Silver: For those on a budget Todd braids a limited selection of his styles in silver. Silver has the brightest white yet can become brittle over time. A good place holder until you're ready to replace them with gold or platinum rings.

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