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A wedding ring and a wedding band refers to the same thing. A couple exchanges wedding rings during their wedding ceremony.

Yes, you can. Nowadays, it is in style to combine your engagement and wedding ring so that they both match. It is symbolic and aesthetically pleasing!

Platinum is the most admired (and most expensive) type of metal when it comes to wedding rings, as it is naturally hypoallergenic and 30 times rarer than gold. However, many people will opt instead for a yellow gold wedding ring or white gold wedding ring as it emulates the look of platinum without the heavy price tag.

Engrave a personal message on the metal of your wedding ring. This will make your wedding ring entirely unique to you alone. Speak to our ZCOVA curators to ensure all the elements of your wedding ring are accommodating to the engraving you want.

A comfort fit ring is the most comfortable shape if you wear your wedding ring daily as the ring has slightly curved inner edges.

If you are unsure about your wedding ring size, ask us for a 3D printed ring sizer or drop by our Galeria to get your ring size checked.

The three months’ salary rule refers to a “rule” that you should put three months of your salary towards a diamond ring or wedding band for your future spouse. However, we believe that you should set the price range for a wedding ring at whatever price you are comfortable with.

The most common ring size for women is between size 5 and 7. However, if you do not know what size to buy for your wedding ring, you can contact us to get a 3D printed ring sizer or drop by our Galeria to get your ring size checked.

A wedding ring should fit snugly, yet comfortably, at the base of your finger. If you feel any pain or unusual tingling, it is the wrong size. You should not struggle to slide your wedding ring over your knuckle.

For a quick clean whenever needed, you can use an alcohol swab as a quick cleaning wipe on the go. It helps to ensure the least amount of prints and oily residue.

For a deep clean every 1-2 weeks, soak your jewellery in warm water for a few minutes then scrub gently with a soft-bristled toothbrush. Wipe drip with a soft, lint-free cloth.

In terms of gold content, 14K gold has 58% gold content and 18k gold has 75% gold content.

Please refer here https://zcova.com/warranty.