There are many things to consider when choosing your wedding rings. It’s important that it matches and sits comfortably next to your engagement ring. Many people choose to combine both rings into one design.
We manufacture jewellery in gold, silver, platinum or palladium. For durability we would advise against silver for wedding rings as silver tends to be soft and wear thin over time.
Do you wear both gold and silver jewellery?
Then consider the option of a two-tone ring. As you will be wearing this ring for the rest of your life it is very important that the design stands the test of time and it is robust enough to last.
There are options for matching rings with slightly different details. For example, a basic band for him and for her some extra stones or maybe an engraved pattern.
We have a wide range of standard ring models for you to try on in different widths and textures. You might want to consider a ring that has a smooth and rounded profile for comfort. Avoid high and protruding settings that may get damaged if you plan to wear your ring all the time.
|"My sincere thanks to share my delight with the final job of my beautiful ring you made for me. I am rapt and show it off regularly! My husband is pleased when I said I’d be wearing it all the time." "
Did you know the wearing of wedding rings on the third finger of the left hand dates back to the 17th Century BC? Ancient Egyptians believed that this finger contained the “vena amoris”, the vein of love that runs directly to the heart. By placing a continuous band of precious metal on this finger, it was thought that you ensured your everlasting love.