Simon G Wedding Bands
Characteristics of Simon G. Wedding BandsHere comes the bride and groom, ready to exchange rings that will seal their commitment and show the world how in love they are with each other. In a situation like that, it would be amazing to choose wedding bands that reflect the tastes and preferred styles of the couple. This is where GMG Jewellers is here to help! At our Saskatoon showroom, we showcase a wide variety of menâ€™s and womenâ€™s wedding bands from esteemed designer Simon G. As an authorized retailer, weâ€™re pleased to not only showcase a variety of their finest piecesâ€”but also the wherewithal to match you with the Simon G. wedding band of your dreams.
Popular Simon G. Wedding Band CollectionsIf youâ€™re a woman searching for a new wedding band, Simon G. has two benefits that set them apart from other designers: First, a Simon G. wedding band is made to be paired with a sister engagement ring from the designer. Each of the engagement rings from Simon G. has a sister piece made specifically for it. Second, Simon G. is known for its commitment to luxury. Diamonds, coloured gems, the richest interplays of gold, and rare settings, are standard for collections like Nocturnal Sophistication, which boasts invisible-set princess-cut diamonds, pink and yellow diamonds, and silky platinum. The Garden collection features flowers whose diamonds are made to accentuate an engagement ring like a perpetual bouquet.
Simon G. has the perfect band to suit a man. If youâ€™re searching for a wedding band that not only matches your partnerâ€™s, but explores refined beauty through a masculine lens, this designerâ€™s collections are ideal for you. Finishes are a crucial part of masculine style, and Simon G. is no slouch, pairing different finishes through on different shades of gold. Plus, with the addition of the mysterious refinement of black diamonds and black gold, a husband can experience beauty without it leaving the realm of purely masculine. And Simon G. knows that men work with their hands: These stones are burnished or deeply channel-set, protecting them from wear and tear.