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Welcome to Wedding Bands Galleria an online retailer for Platinum Wedding Bands

Wedding Bands Galleria is recognized as the top online retailer for platinum wedding bands. Platinum is generally considered to be the king of all precious metals. We offer our customers the highest in quality at the most affordable prices. Here are some other reasons our customers prefer shopping for platinum rings with us.

What makes platinum so special?  

Platinum is a dense, heavy metal. When scratched, material is displaced or moved – not lost – and a ring made of platinum will never wear thin. Platinum jewelry is 95% pure, an extremely high level of purity that gold jewelry cannot claim (18 karat gold is 75% pure; 14 karat gold is 58% pure).  All platinum rings from are solid.

What we offer

We offer an extensive ring collection in a variety of materials, including white gold, yellow gold, platinum, tungsten, titanium, palladium, cobalt chrome, and ceramic.  We have the ring you need.

Gold – available in 10k, 14k, and 18k.  Most rings come in white and yellow gold and we offer some styles in rose gold.

Platinum – brilliant white luster, rare

Tungsten – durable, tough, scratch-proof

Titanium – lightweight, strong, affordable

Palladium – never fades, more affordable than platinum

Cobalt Chrome – scratch-resistant, shatterproof

Ceramic – highly polished, lightweight, resists chipping

Industry News

Platinum is the rarest and most enduring of the precious metals.  Ranked in value above silver and even gold, its long history begins 3,000 years ago in ancient Egypt.  Today platinum is regarded as the finest metal for jewelry.

Platinum is exceptionally white and long-wearing; unlike white gold, it does not need to be plated with rhodium.  As time passes, platinum develops a natural patina, creating an “aged” and understated look that some wearers prefer. To restore the piece to its original luster, simply take it to a qualified jeweler to be polished.