11 black wedding rings trending in 2021


Garnet engagement ring in 2-tone antiqued black white and European yellow gold by DeMer Jewelry

 

Black wedding bands are definitely on-trend these days. They bring a darkly gothic vibe to your wedding jewelry, which makes them perfect for couples who lean towards the more grim end of the nontraditional spectrum. That said, black wedding bands also have some pragmatic advantages: they often don't show scratches as much, and typically hypoallergenic. That said, they can't be resized later — so make sure you are rock solid on your sizing. Ready to take a look at some of this year's hottest black wedding bands? Some of are cheap AF (like $200) and some of them are almost more art pieces than jewelry, up in the $30k range.

Black wedding rings with diamonds or moissonite

Gothic ring
Modern Gothic 14K Black Rose Gold Emerald and Baguette White Sapphire Wedding Ring from
artmasters

 

This Victorian inspired ring features a stunning 1.00 carat Forever One (DEF) Moissanite and 0.55 carats of natural VS quality diamonds.

Black wedding rings with red stones

This coffin cut ring by Sapphire Design Studios is perfect for the gothic groom in your life

 

Skull engagement ring from DeMer Jewelry.

 

Gothic ring
Custom crown ring in black oxide from Sadir Jewelry

Black wedding rings with blue stones: sapphires, alexandrite, and more

This Modern inspired ring features a stunning 2.00 carat AAA quality lab grown alexandrite and 0.05 carats of natural VS quality diamonds
This is another ring from Art Masters. Those SNAKES, tho!!

 

Fine blue sapphire 14kt Black Gold Engagement Ring. Scrollwork filigree Gothic Victorian vintage ring by DeMer Jewelry

 

At less than $200 this black wedding ring is super affordable.

Black wedding rings with NO stones

This ring won't be for everyone, but if you're a Corpse Bride fan… well, this is your jam

    • Yeah, that wasn't a ?, it was a heart emoji, cause there's no question about how beautiful these rings are 😉

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