Six Strand Open Weave Braid
Open Weave Braided Wedding Rings
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.
This is one of our slimmer open-weave wedding rings. It makes a perfect lady's band. Not recommended for a larger hand. Approximately 4mm wide.
Best in ring sizes 3-8.
This is by far our most popular ring. This ring is a very stylish men's band as well as an attractive ring for women. A good choice if both people in the couple want their wedding bands made from the same braid. Looks great on small to medium large size hands. This is a substantial ring that is made to last a lifetime and is comfortable enough to wear all the time. Approximately 5.5mm wide.
Best in ring sizes 5-11.
This ring is a heavier (men's) version of our most popular ring style. Looks great on larger hands. This is a substantial ring that is made to last a lifetime and is comfortable enough to wear all the time. Approximately 6.5mm wide.
Best in ring sizes 11-up.
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View all Options Below to Pick the Perfect Metal For Your Ring
14k Yellow Gold
18k Yellow Gold
14k White Gold
14k White and Yellow Gold
Platinum and 18k Yellow Gold
Specialty Six Strand Open Weave Braids
14k Rose Gold
Custom Two Tone
This Picture (example): Side A: =White Gold Side B: = RoseGold
Tri-Color Braid with 14k Rose, White, and Yellow Gold
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Customizing Your Ring
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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