About Men's Infinity Rings

Infinity Rings was born in 2004 out of a desire to create a premium range of rings for men that offered both classic and modern designs of outstanding quality.

Their ethos stems from the belief that a gentleman’s commitment ring should be a sign of dedication while at the same time an expression of individuality.

Navigated by that foundation, they have handcrafted a unique range that encapsulates innovative, creative designs with the finest finishes and a level of craftsmanship rarely seen.

Nina’s is proud to be able to offer our customers access to this exclusive range, created with the same dedication to quality and attention to detail as our own signature product. We carefully inspect each and every ring before they're shipped.

Infinity Rings offer 100% nickel-free rings and use only the highest quality alloys in their collections.


Each design is available in your choice of metals and finishes. Read on for more information on each of the premium materials used to create these decadent men's rings.


A naturally white metal, Platinum is purer than all other metals and is dense in weight, retaining the feeling of substance and superiority. As the white hue is a permanent white, it requires no maintenance and the colour will never change.

Platinum is the hardest precious metal and is sturdy and scratch resistant, hypoallergenic, and more durable than any other metal.

Platinum has more recently risen to be the preferred choice for wedding rings and high-quality jewellery as its strength is to last in all its perfection for a lifetime.

Platinum 600

Platinum 600 is made up of 60% platinum with 40% Alloy, making it an alternate choice for dress rings and weddings.

Platinum 600 retains the qualities of the precious metal whilst maintaining a more affordable price point.

Platinum 950

Platinum 950 is purer than Platinum600 with 95% platinum 5% Alloy.

At 30 times rarer than gold, platinum retains its value for life. It is the preferred choice for those looking for the highest quality piece, for weddings or high-quality jewellery.


Gold epitomises the timeless and classic look of luxury that has made it the traditional choice for wedding rings and high-end jewellery. As the most pliable of metals, it is always alloyed with other metals. Due to the softness in its purest form, 24-karat gold is rarely used alone.

Infinity rings alloy all gold pieces with the finest alloys creating more durable and firm pieces.

There are three Gold tones available in our collections, and three alloy blends.

Gold 375 - 9 Karat

375 rings are 9 karat gold (37.5% pure gold). This is preferred for dress rings, and perfect for those who seek a stylish option at a versatile price point.

Gold 585 — 14 Karat

585 Gold rings are 14 karat gold (or 58.5% pure gold). This is the minimum karat weight recommended for high-quality jewellery.

It is the preferred option for those that seek a stylish and higher quality piece without the higher price tag

Gold 750 - 18 Karat

Gold 750 rings are 18 karat gold (75% pure gold).

18 karat gold rings are the perfect balance between gold purity and strength.

750 gold is the preferred choice for high-quality dress rings and those looking for wedding and engagement rings

Rose Gold

Romantic Rose is the ‘crown gold’ and assumes a hue from the mix of silver and copper within the gold alloy. Rose gold is a soft and demure metal that offers a unique option to the traditional golden hues.

White Gold

One of the more preferred gold tones, usually reserved for wedding and engagement rings. White gold has a gleaming silver hue, which originates from the alloy with Palladium.

Yellow Gold

Historically Yellow Gold has been the most popular and traditional choice for wedding and engagement rings. The hue becomes richer as the Karat weight increases. An 18 Karat gold ring will showcase a brilliant, rich tone in comparison to a 9 Karat gold ring.


Palladium is a lighter metal in comparison to Platinum yet just as precious in its characteristics. Palladium offers similar tones with the natural white colour; it is hypoallergenic, resistant to tarnish, and is gaining immense popularity over the more expensive metals.

Palladium is known for its brilliant workability, making it the perfect choice for traditionally designed men’s wedding rings and classic dress rings. It also ranks higher as a wearable metal to white gold due to its naturally lightweight feel.

Palladium 500

A quality option, Palladium 500 is made with 50% Palladium and 50% Alloys, making it suitable for general dress rings and wedding ring alternatives.

The choice of the luxury aware but budget conscious, Palladium 500 is a quality, naturally white metal.

Palladium 950

Palladium 950 is the highest quality Palladium with 95% Palladium and 5% alloys, making it suitable for high-quality dress rings and wedding rings. It makes a high end alternative to platinum, and is the choice of discerning professionals.

Sterling Silver

Sterling silver is a quality metal with a premium finish. It has the qualities and appearance of other precious metals including malleability, reflectivity and lustre, making it a great alternative metal choice at an affordable price tag. Silver is a fantastic choice of metal for those looking for a beautiful dress piece perfect for any occasion.


Titanium has fast become the choice for those looking for a metal that is tough and resilient yet very affordable. A darker silver-grey metal Titanium is unyielding and durable without the added weight.

Titanium is also hypoallergenic making a good metal choice for those with sensitive skin. Titanium is lightweight and very resistant to damage, as it does not bend. You cannot resize Titanium due to its sheer strength. Titanium is a good alternative for hands-on professionals due to its strength and durability.


An alternative to Titanium, Zirconium offers a look like no other metal on the market. It starts as a grey/white colour that turns black via an oxidation process, creating an extremely hard natural black coating that is scratch resistant.

Zirconium is completely non-toxic, so much so that it is often used in dental fillings, making it perfect for allergies and sensitive skin. Zirconium is an affordable and hard wearing metal, with a modern finish.