At 123GOLD, the width of the ring band can be allocated. This is especially important with multi-color rings. You can choose from a number of standard allocations or allocate the ring entirely according to your own taste.

In the 1:1 allocation, the ring band splits exactly in the middle. The two equal halves can then be colored differently.

In all other allocations such as 2:1, 1:2, 3:1 and 1:3, the line is not in the middle but more to the outside. You can vary the width and color of the ring disc according to your own preferences. Or you can draw a pendulum/wave line across the ring to adjust the width of the ring halves to the size of the stones you want.

Once you have defined the allocation, you can accentuate it with a groove. This makes the color separation stand out even more clearly.

In addition to the traditional 1:1 allocation with color combinations such as white-yellow, white-rose, white-red or gray-white, the trend is towards a dominant color alongside a contrasting color accent. Mainly in the color combinations white-rose or gray-red.

Other possibilities

Get inspired by our wedding ring allocations.