The BEST! Men's and Women's Unusual & Unique Sterling Silver Rings. ***BUY NOW from LOVE2HAVE for BRITISH only SILVER RINGS***
Silver is by far the most versatile of all the precious metal jewellery we sell. It can be stretched, cast, distorted, engineered, sculpted, beaten, hammered and even oxidised to create just about any design imaginable. It is with these fantastic options to work with that our designers create the most unusual and unique rings in sterling silver.
This section is in two categories (men's silver rings and women's silver rings) for your online shopping convenience, but many of the styles in both of these sections are suitable for both males and females. With this in mind, we also have plenty more to choose from in the silver wedding rings category too for both him and her.
Silver is still the second most popular choice after titanium on our website, not least because of its good looks, but also because there is so much silver jewellery to choose from, especially rings. These rings are very popular particularly with young people who often wear several rings at a time on different fingers. The styles are limitless, as are the designs. There are some great chunky urban designs in this section for men with many different textures and finishes. From highly polished, to hammered, etched or engraved, people love these styles. Oxidised silver is also very attractive for that more Gothic look and a firm favourite with the Rockers and Heavy Metal fans. Both contemporary and urban in design, they make the perfect gift for him or her, and all handcrafted from the finest sterling silver.
Do remember though that silver is a relatively soft metal and pure silver is too soft for jewellery, so other metals are added to it to strengthen it up. In the UK 925 sterling silver is the standard used for jewellery pretty much everywhere. You can read more about our silver in the articles section on this website.
Silver is not ideal for wedding rings as it really won't stand up to many years of constant wear and tear and it does tarnish. It is worse for some people as the acidity of an individual's skin can affect the ring and make it turn black on the finger. Frequent wear and polishing with a soft cloth should minimise this problem and not spoil the enjoyment of wearing the ring. Again check out our advice on our information pages.