OUR GUIDE: STEEL RINGS

Before choosing your ring, you first need to decide on a metal. In this guide, we'll tell you everything you need to know about wearing steel, so you can decide if it is the best metal for you.
 

WHY STEEL?

Gone are the days when wedding rings were all made out of gold or platinum. Stainless steel has now become a popular choice of metal for wedding rings. Why? It’s resistant to rust, oxidisation or discolouration, making it a great choice for a ring that you will wear every day. Because it is so durable it can be worn throughout the hustle and bustle of everyday life. And we have loads of designs to choose from, so you can find the perfect ring for you. 

EASE OF WEAR AND CARE

Steel rings are very easy to look after, and only take a bit of soap and water to keep clean, so you don’t have to worry about the upkeep! Stainless steel can sometimes be mistaken for sterling silver as it has an amazing shine when polished, like our Ruskin Green ring.


It’s slightly weightier than titanium and is perfect for those who prefer to feel the weight of their ring on their hand. 


Our stainless steel rings are curved on the inside (court profile) which makes them extremely comfortable and easy to wear. 

OUR DESIGNS

Our designs are inspired by Sheffield, the home of stainless steel.  


Our polished rings are sleek and perfect for those searching for a more traditional look. If you’re known for being heavy handed, or working with your hands, we suggest buying a stainless steel ring with a brushed effect like our Chelsea ring. That way, any knocks and bumps will be less noticable and will look as though they are part of the design. If you’re seeking a traditional design with a modern twist, our engraved designs feature a range of lines and effects.


Some of our most popular stainless steel rings are our hammered rings, like our Rivelin Valley ring, they are packed full of personality and are the go-to choice for those who live a more active lifestyle. Each of our rings can be engraved on the inside to make them more personal, and many people like to add their own message or symbol to their rings.