What is personalization on a ring?
It is has become common place with sites like Etsy and Ebay to come across the term personalized or custom ring but what exactly does it mean to have personalization on ring?
The two most common types of personalization on a ring are-
1. Engraving - Adding engraving of a special date, name or saying is one of the most common ways to personalize a ring.
2. Adding special stones like birthstones representing special months that have meaning to you.
Personalizing a ring is simply the act of adding something to it that has a special meaning to you, the person receiving the ring or both.
Everything on our site is personalized in some way and we have hundreds of personalizable rings, so be sure to take a look around for some examples.
How do you Personalize a ring?
How much does it cost to personalize a ring?
This is a really loaded question but I'll do my best to give you an honest answer.
To personalize a band ring in today's world will cost $5 - $10 for a ring that you already own and $15 and up if you buy a ring and have it personalized.
Personalized silver mother's rings will cost you anywhere between $30 - $150 depending on the seller.
Ok, now for the nitty gritty.
To buy a ring and have it personalized will vary a lot in cost depending on the materials of the ring.The truth is there are a lot of sellers (businesses) that charge crazy amounts just because they can and then there are sellers that offer stupid cheap prices because they offer inferior materials.
So for this we are going to give a more in depth list of baseline price ranges.
Personalized men's ring average cost by material.
Personalized men's rings
Stainless steel rings - $15 to $30
Titanium rings - $20 to $40
Tungsten rings - $30 to $100
Gold rings - $80 to $150
Silver mother's rings with lab gems
1-2 stones - $30 to $80
3-4 stones $35 to $90
5-6 stones $45 to $100
7 or more gems $50 to $120
We can not give a solid estimate for women's rings or mother's rings with natural stones since the stone prices themselves can vary dramatically in price.
You will have to do some research on rings with natural stones according to which stones you want to use.
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