Wedding rings made of
All wedding rings can be made in any alloy that CHRISTIAN BAUER offers: white gold, yellow gold, rose gold, platinum and palladium. This is possible because we make all wedding rings individually for the wearer.
Quality of golden wedding rings
Gold is a relatively soft metal, which is strengthened in its hardness and resistance by the addition of other metals. It is extremely easy to process and can be combined with other precious metals. It also carries precious stones safely and accentuates them with its cheerful colors. Perfect conditions for a CHRISTIAN BAUER gold wedding ring.
Its natural form
Gold occurs on our planet in the form of gold ores, i.e. rock containing gold, or in certain layers of sediment as mineral enrichments. Its gold content varies considerably. In its purest form, the alloy of 24 carats and a gold content of 99.9 percent, it is hardly or not at all represented on the jewelry market, since its metal properties, in particular its relative softness, cannot meet the demands in terms of durability. That is why yellow gold is offered in alloys of 8 karat (333 gold), 14 karat (585 gold) and 18 karat (750 gold). The house of CHRISTIAN BAUER concentrates on alloys in 18 carats.