Channel Wedding Bands
Characteristics of Channel Wedding BandsChannel wedding bands are some of the most popular bridal jewelry options thanks to their sophistication and ultra-modern uniqueness. The channel setting is a method of slotting diamonds into a canal of precious metal that protects the stones, gives them a sense of contemporary chic, while still allowing light to pass effortlessly through the well-cut facets of the diamonds. Here at Trice Jewelers, we’re proud to offer a wide selection of channel wedding bands from beloved designers such as CrownRing , Lashbrook , Shah Luxury , and Simon G , as well as channel wedding bands offered as part of the Trice Signature Creations collection!
Popular Channel Wedding Band Collections at Trice JewelersOne of our favorite collections of channel wedding bands comes from Lashbrook, whose men’s wedding bands take advantage of special materials to make bridal jewelry that can’t be matched. For example, we carry Lashbrook bands that are made from the bluish elegance of cobalt, as well as the light and durable titanium. The lover of white diamonds can find plenty of Lashbrook bands with them, but one can also find black diamonds and sapphires in their channel wedding bands. Also, Simon G offers the Nocturnal Sophistication and Passion collections, which feature elegantly-shaped bands whose scrollwork and milgrain patterning celebrate the majestic traditions of Art Nouveau jewelry.
CrownRing, one of Canada’s most brilliant designers, brings that northern charm in the channel wedding bands from its Diamond and Rope collections. The Diamond collection is typified by its celebration of the gorgeous stone, which features perfectly-shaped channels that secure the diamonds in a way that puts them front and center. The Rope collection is named for the twisted bands of gleaming precious metal that line the bands’ channels. Or, if you prefer an extra dose of modern delight, the Shah Luxury Carizza collection features channel wedding bands that pair different cuts of diamonds, particularly baguette-cut diamonds, in a way that captures attention from anyone who sees them.