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Poppy Elder Fine Jewellery

2mm Gold Wedding Band

2mm Gold Wedding Band

Regular price £450.00 GBP
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2mm Gold Wedding Band Details:

  • 2mm Wide Wedding Band
  • UK Made Quality
  • Crafted from 18ct Yellow Gold
  • Ethical Recycled Gold
  • Made in Your Finger Size
  • Luxury 1.7mm Depth
  • Made especially for you within 3-4 Weeks
  • Delivered in a Luxury Poppy Elder Fine Jewellery Box
  • Free Sizing if it’s not quite the right fit the first time


One of the most popular choices for a ladies wedding band to sit next to a Yellow Gold Engagement Ring is this classic 2mm Gold Wedding Band. It is slightly curved on the outside to match the classic engagement ring band, and is also curved on the inside to make it comfortable against the finger. The flat sides give a modern look which also makes a great fit when worn against a platinum engagement ring or eternity ring.


If you’re not sure on finger size please take a look at the finger size guide.


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Wedding Ring FAQ's

How long will it take for my Wedding ring to be made?

All Wedding Rings are crafted especially for you at Poppy Elder Fine Jewellery, this means they will take up to 3-4 weeks to be delivered to you.

I would always recommend ordering your wedding ring at least 6 weeks before the big day, just in case of any last minute alterations.

If you have left it until a little close to your big day to organise rings please let me know & I can check workshop capacity to advise if we are able to meet a shorter delivery timescale than usual.

What is the best metal to choose for a Wedding Ring?

Wedding rings are a piece of jewellery that in most cases is worn everyday. This means you need something to stand up to everyday life. A silver wedding ring may give you the colour of metal that you like, however sterling silver isn't hard wearing enough to stand up to heavy wear.

If you are looking for a wedding ring which is silver in colour I would always recommend Platinum. This is because it is hard wearing, hypoallergenic, and because it is a naturally white metal it won't require maintenance to keep its bright white colour, unlike white gold which requires rhodium plating.

If you are looking for a wedding ring which is gold in colour I would suggest 18ct gold. This is because it is made from 75% pure gold, unlike 9ct gold which is only made from 37.5% pure gold, with the majority of it's ingredients made from other metals. 18ct gold has a beautiful warm colour and rarely causes any reactions to the skin.

Can I design my own Wedding ring?

All Wedding Rings created at Poppy Elder Fine Jewellery are made specifically for you. This means that you are able to make any changes to the design that you'd like, such as a different shape to fit around an Engagement ring, a wider band or even a completely new design from scratch.

Just send me an email to with your ideas and I'll come back to you as soon as I can to get started on the plans for your custom wedding ring.

How wide should a Wedding Ring be?

There is no right or wrong answer to this question. The size and shape of your hands and fingers will usually give a guide as to whether something small and dainty, or wide and chunky will suit you best. But it's all down to personal preference and what suits your style.

Most ladies have a wedding ring that is either 2.0mm, 2.5mm or 3.0mm in width. This is usually to match in with the width of their engagement ring, however they don't have to be a perfect match.

Most men have a wedding ring that is either 5mm or 6mm in width. However more recently 4mm has started to become a more popular wedding ring width for men.

Do Wedding Rings need to be a matching pair?

In the past it has been common for wedding rings to be seen as being a matching pair. Thankfully this has relaxed and it is now unusual for a couple to choose a matching pair of wedding rings.

You will be wearing your Wedding rings for a long time to come, so it's important to choose something that you love and that suits you.

If you would like to have a element in your rings that ties the two together as a pair, without having matching rings there are ways to go this. Engraving is a lovely way to add a personal touch, you can also add matching hidden gemstones such as your partners birthstone inside your wedding ring.