Creating the Platinum, Gold, White Gold, or Silver Class Ring of Your Dreams

For many high school students, getting their class ring in the middle of their junior year is a rite of passage. This is an event in high school many students start looking forward to during their first year in high school. It is a milestone of your junior year. What is great about class rings is that each one is unique.

Metal

There are a variety of metals you can choose from when ordering your class ring. A Gold or Silver Class Ring is very popular, while Silver Class Rings are less expensive than gold. White gold and platinum are also very big sellers.

Ring Style

There are a variety of ring styles to choose from. There are styles available for boys and girls. Many boys choose the standard male ring, while girls can choose between a very dainty ring or a heavier ring.

Graduation Year

The year you graduate is engraved on the side of the ring. This is so that you can symbolize the huge step of finally graduating from high school.

Activities

The sides of the class ring are designed for any activities or interests you have while you are in high school. Students involved in sports can choose from icons for their sport. Students who are involved in drama, band, chorus, or other clubs, can choose from many icons to represent their interests and passions.

Name Engraving

When ordering a class ring, most students have their names engraved on the inside of the ring. You can also have your name engraved on the side of the ring. This is especially popular with students who are not involved in any extracurricular activities.

The Stone

In the center of the class ring is the stone. Most students choose their color based on the school colors. While choosing a school color for your stone, there are other colors you can choose from.

By the time you have designed your ring, whether it is a platinum, gold, white gold, or a silver class ring, you can be sure it will be a one of a kind. The professionals at J. Jenkins Sons Company of Baltimore can help you design the class ring of your dreams.

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