According to National Jeweler, their wedding was “another amazing event,” Tom Tanner, vice president of marketing at Frederick Goldman, Inc., the parent company that manages the ArtCarved Bridal brand, said. “It’s a wonderful time in [Rickey and Whitney’s] lives, and we are delighted they chose ArtCarved rings to symbolize their love and commitment.”
Seen to the right, Rickey's platinum band (left) matches her ArtCarved limited edition engagement ring. Whitney chose a band (right) that was made of tungsten carbide with a platinum inlay, but also decided to rock a little bling in his band.
ArtCarved Bridal has been around since 1850. Featuring designs in platinum, palladium, 18K and 14K white gold and yellow gold, and contemporary metals, the company is becoming quite the name in engagement rings.
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