14k White Gold Rings and Bands

When it comes to wedding jewelry, white gold is a common choice for both men and women. Couples can find the perfect 14k white gold rings at Larson Jewelers. In fact, we carry a wide variety of classic 14k white gold and 18k white gold ring styles as well as several engraved and custom-made designs. When you purchase a white gold ring, you are getting a precious metal that, like yellow gold, is mixed with other metals for strength. To create the silvery white color that is white gold, yellow gold is typically mixed with some combination of zinc, palladium, silver, and nickel. It is also commonly plated with rhodium to enhance the white coloring. When you purchase a 14k white gold ring, you are buying a ring that is approximately 58 percent pure gold. In the U.S., 14-karat gold is one of the most popular types of gold wedding rings sold. View our various 14k white gold wedding bands for men and women to find a pair that suits you both.


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Our 14k white gold rings have all of the beauty that is typically associated with platinum. While more expensive than our tungsten carbide rings, a 14k white gold band is less expensive than platinum, and because it is only 58 percent pure gold, it will also cost less than an 18k ring. When looking for the ideal band, you’ll find that they come in a variety of styles that can easily accommodate almost any preference. We offer rings with domed designs, raised centers, beveled edges, and wood or rose gold inlays. Diamonds and gemstones also add a sophisticated look to any 14k white gold ring. Couples can even shop for a 14 k white gold ring that has a polished, matte, or hammered finish.

At Larson Jewelers, we want to provide an excellent shopping experience and exceptional service to our customers. If you have any questions about a specific 14k white gold band, our warranties, manufacturers, or any of the jewelry items that are for sale on our site, we are here to help. Our site is always secure, so why not shop for and order a 14k white gold wedding band today?