Here at Moissy.com, we spend a lot of time talking about sparkly gemstones. However, gemstones are only part of what makes an awesome piece of jewelry – the metals are important, too! Lately we’ve been seeing a lot of fabulous rings featuring two metals, and we think the contrast look is strikingly stylish. Below are seven of our favorite two-toned moissanite rings.
This ring offers a mix of both metals and textures. The mirror finished 18K yellow gold of the bezel settings and detailing provides a lovely contrast to the hammered palladium that makes up the shank, creating a truly striking and unique piece.
This versatile ring can be worn as a unique engagement ring, a wedding band, or a fashionable right-hand ring. Made entirely of recycled metals and featuring a beautiful, eco-friendly natural green moissanite stone, this ring is completely guilt-free.
The color difference between the two metals in the Jeane ring is elegantly subtle, and the double halo setting creates intense sparkle that only adds to the beauty of the piece. Featuring 14K white and rose gold, this engagement ring is sure to please the glamorous bride-to-be.
Contemporary and chic, the lunar eclipse band from lolide is perfect for the unconventional bride. The combination of palladium and 14K yellow gold, along with the unique setting, makes this ring genuinely distinctive.
Now for a vintage-inspired two-toned ring! The Lawson estate-style ring is the perfect combination of old and new, featuring a trendy contrast between rose and white gold alongside Edwardian-style Milgrain details.
We love this simple but striking ring from Debra Fallowfield, our favorite jewelry designer from the land Down Under! It would make the perfect focal piece for a stylish ring stack, but can also stand on its own as an effortlessly cool right-hand ring.
Silver and gold is a classic combination, and this modern wedding set takes it to the next level. The yellow gold bezel setting on the engagement ring and details on the band create a cohesive, unique look that any fashion-forward bride would cherish.