15 Versatile Platinum Rings to Wear as Wedding Bands or Stackable Rings
Getting married? Congratulations! Looking to amp up your platinum jewelry wardrobe? You’ve come to the right place! Thanks to the timelessness of platinum, these 15 amazing rings will represent that special day, or every day… and can easily pull double-duty. Don’t forget to bookmark this list for future shopping inspiration, or share with a friend who will soon be walking down the aisle!
The Akatsuki—“dawn” in Japanese—Cutlet 03 ring by Satoru really shows off the strength of platinum in ways that are obvious (that diamond! Doesn’t it look so comfortable resting there?) and far less obvious (upon closer inspection, the ring is constructed of two platinum bands, with the innermost being an unbroken circle… also set with a smaller, secondary round brilliant-cut diamond. A perfect secret, just for you). Absolute poetry.
Eva Fehren is a master of translating geometry inspired by New York City-cool into platinum jewelry, and the two rings shown here provide ample proof: The Triple Zipper ring would be incredible within a stack since the negative spaces created by the “teeth” of the zipper edges = the right amount of noticeable detail = compliment magnet. It would also make an especially courageous platinum wedding band! • The Fine Shorty, unlike other non-split/single bands, makes wearing consecutive rings on one hand extremely comfortable since they wouldn’t rub against each other during daily movement. The concave shape in the middle practically begs for a solitaire to nestle there, making it an ideal partner for a wedding set (bonus: it would also ensure your engagement ring will face upwards throughout the day. Win!).
Why not add a little color to your precious platinum? This Eliza Page band features a lapis lazuli inlay—though also available with turquoise—coupled with a tactile sandblasted finish. What a handsome wedding ring for a man of discerning taste!
The delicate crests in the platinum Diana ring by Single Stone give a modern flair, while the Old European-cut diamonds lend an elegant beauty that can only be bestowed by a former precedent. • I adore the French-cuts in this ring also by Single Stone; instead of using a uniform size, rectangular and square-shaped diamonds put the Madeline a step above most eternity bands.
Karen Karch’s vine designs are among her most popular, and for good reason: they play well with others! This fundamental trait hasn’t escaped Karen, so she wisely made a set of three platinum vines available. Wear them all at once, with your platinum ring collection, spread over both hands, or go for a minimalist vibe; making a decision has never been THIS gorgeous!
Every bit dainty, but no less secure: darling diamonds sparkle within bead-like platinum in the Snowflake Cluster ring by Kataoka. Take home multiples to add major twinkle to every variant of your stacks.
When Beladora debut this stunner by Gerrard, my heart skipped a beat! It could readily become a platinum wedding band of the highest order (note the mixed diamond cuts and masterful, accommodating design). And because the silhouette of the ring is symmetrical, feel free to add more diamonds whenever the mood strikes… or perhaps a pair of ruby and platinum keeper rings, to match your favorite top!
Cathy Waterman’s Moghul Diamond Wheat Ring and Round Thorn Ring are different enough to purchase for pleasure on your own, and similar enough to be a magnificent wedding bands for you and your beloved.
By Elisa Solomon exclusively for Catbird: “A [platinum and diamond] ring for a night in St. Petersburg, winter air blooming, chandeliers swinging low, crystal goblets swaying… [a] most romantic offering of love.” Ooh yes, we’ll take it!
Intended for men but if you’re a lady and you love this platinum wedding ring by Baudry, then by all means you can wear one too! The foliate hand engraving is suitable for anyone who loves the undiminishing white-brightness of platinum, enjoys quality, and has a keen eye for artistry. • Smiling is inevitable around this Erica Courtney diamond ring; with about 0.67 total carats of well-matched round diamonds, it will effortlessly symbolize the happiest day of your life, and/or encourage you to find the platinum lining on a cloudy day.
So much awesomeness, I don’t even know where to start—12 Belgian-cut diamonds! Curves, triangles, curving triangulars! Mindfully designed for comfort! Meet the Dakar Band, by Geoffrey Good (former jeweler to Cartier, Verdura, Taffin and Fred Leighton, to name a few). Rather deceptively simple, as there are actually multiple layers of interest in this ring: head-on, valleys softly play with light and shadow. Along the sides, diamonds twinkle and flash when you least expect it. While worn with other platinum bands, peaks bring an unexpected but pleasing level of authority. I don’t know about you, but I’d probably find myself gently spinning it around my finger during a moment of peace… there is something very philosophical about this ring, which beautifully harmonizes with the purity of platinum.