This striking combination of metals features both 18ct white gold (darker) and 9ct white gold (lighter).
The difference in tones creates a subtle yet striking visual effect. The ring is made from two separate halves which are permanently joined thanks to a process called sintering. The atoms between the two parts intertwine, creating what is now one solid piece of metal.
The pictured ring is a low half round profile, 7mm in width with a thickness of 1.5mm. The 18ct white gold portion is 4.5mm in width and the 9ct white gold portion is 2.5mm in width.
This design is available in any combination of metals except titanium.