Square wedding bands have a distinct macho look about them. These bands are squared on the outside and rounded on the inside for a comfortable and snug fit around the finger.
As most of the metals used for crafting wedding bands are highly malleable, creating a square band is not difficult. Square wedding bands can be crafted out of any material chosen and then embellished in any preferred manner. Most jewelers are open to the idea of incorporating customer ideas and then crafting exquisite and unique wedding bands.
Two-tone or multi-tone square wedding bands are a popular choice as they bear a distinguished look. These bands combine two or more different colors in a pleasing manner. This is a classic style that never goes out of fashion. Special techniques are used to combine layers of contrasting colored metals using very high heat and pressure. The resultant metal has unique patterns that look fabulous on square wedding bands.
For example, three layers of pure 18K white, 18K yellow, and 18K red gold welded and crafted skilfully form intricately patterned square wedding bands. Such bands can be further enhanced with the use of gemstones. A creative craftsman can make an unlimited number of patterns while combining metals of differing hues.
Square wedding bands lend themselves very well to geometric patterns. The shape of the surface acts as a supportive background for various geometric shapes. Jewelers take orders for specific engravings too. The slightly larger width of a square wedding band makes an ideal setting for the engraving.
A titanium square wedding band of 2mm thickness would cost around $200. A square wedding band made of 14k yellow gold in 2.5 mm thickness would also cost around $200. A similar one made with white gold will cost slightly lesser. A similar size made with 9k gold can bring down the price considerably.