If you’re looking for alternative wedding rings for him, you’ll find them here! We’re excited to share this handcrafted wedding ring company with you today — Alpine Rings. These rings are custom-made in small batches with an emphasis on quality materials.
These men’s wedding rings are handmade by skilled craftsmen; Alpine Rings is based in the USA in beautiful North Carolina and is veteran-owned and operated.
When shopping for unique alternative wedding rings for him, you’re probably looking for something other than platinum, palladium, or gold; you want something different — and you’ll find it at Alpine Rings. They work with materials that have great durability and shine.
Most of all, they aren’t your typical wedding band. You’ll love to show it off and wear it every day.
We love the price point, too: all bands are under $200!
They specialize in unique wedding band materials like:
These wooden options are unlike any we’ve seen, with quality materials like zebra wood, koa wood, chestnut wood, mahogany, antler wood, and pear wood, just to name a few.
And if you’re nervous about buying online, or you’re not sure what ring size you are, you can buy with confidence: Alpine Rings has positive reviews, a free ring sizer service (without providing your credit card — plus, free shipping!), and a generous one year warranty.
To find out more about wedding bands for him, we have a new podcast episode to share!
We’ll talk about:
– what kind of wedding ring metals are available,
– the classic metal styles to choose from, and
– which alternative wedding bands to look for — from wood to tungsten, titanium to ceramic! — from handcrafted jeweler, Alpine Rings.
Listen to our latest podcast episode here or click the play button below!
Here’s that beautiful ring box we talked about, too, included free with your ring order!
And here are the links we promised to Emma’s / Andrew’s favorite ring picks from the website!
EMMA’S PICK: Brushed Black Tungsten Wedding Band
This is Emma’s top pick! It is an 8mm brushed black band made of tungsten with African padauk wood. See it here.
ANDREW’S PICK: Tungsten Wedding Band with Deer Antler and Pear Wood
This ring is a fan-favorite — and Andrew’s top pick! You can see it here.
Shop Best Sellers
Not sure where to start? Here’s where you can find their best selling rings.
Tungsten vs. Titanium
If you are curious about the difference between tungsten and titanium metals, here’s what to know from the jeweler himself!
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