SOLIDER
Sterling Silver - $70 USD
10K Gold - $748 USD
14K Gold - $1,172 USD
18K Gold - $1,716 USD
- 9.6 mm at widest point / 9.0 mm at narrowest
- 2.5 mm at thickest point / 2.0 mm at thinnest
- roughly 12.3g (silver) for US size 10
Gold & Silver Combinations
1 Gold bands / 3 Silver bands
1 x 10K + 3 Silver - $246 USD
1 x 14K + 3 Silver - $352 USD
1 x 18K + 3 Silver - $488 USD
2 Gold bands / 2 Silver bands
2 x 10K + 2 Silver - $420 USD
2 x 14K + 2 Silver - $632 USD
2 x 18K + 2 Silver - $904 USD
3 Gold bands / 1 Silver bands
3 x 10K + 1 Silver - $594 USD
3 x 14K + 1 Silver - $912 USD
3 x 18K + 1 Silver - $1,320 USD
If you want to order any of these, please specify which one and we will send you a PayPal money request.

Yellow, pink, and white gold are available.

The price is the same regardless of the size of the ring and whether you choose more than one color of gold.

All our alloys are purchased from Legor, a well-known Italian company.

Yellow Gold
Pink(Red) Gold
White Gold
Silver
Bronze
We don't rhodium-plate our white gold. For more details read our blog entitled :

19. White Gold : No Rhodium-Plate
29. Legor's White Gold

About This Ring
Important Note : Because this ring is so wide, you may well find that one ordered in your usual size will prove to be too tight. To acquaint yourself with this issue, I suggest that you Google "sizing wide rings" or similar. Then you will be in a better position to make a decision about what size to order.

After the release of SOLID, we had quite a few (relatively speaking) inquiries from people who wanted something more robust, so I soon made the decision to bring out a beefier version.

SOLIDER is the result of this decision.

I will not be pushing the boundaries of chunkiness any further than this, since I would soon run into problems associated with being unable to physically manipulate the pieces when re-sizing bands etc.

In fact SOLIDER is not just SOLID on steroids. Since I had to start from scratch when making the masters, I decided to give the ROBOT pattern a well-earned rest, and instead used the CELTIC pattern (not that there is a whole lot of difference between the two).