“I give you this ring as a sign of our marriage and a symbol of our love!” Special words that are spoken during an exchange of rings promise.
A wedding ring is perhaps one of the most significant pieces of jewellery that you will ever own! It can be made even more meaningful if you make a wedding ring for your fiancee!
We hold wedding ring workshops in our studio. The most popular wedding band choice is 9ct or 18ct white gold, but you can also choose to make them in either carat of yellow or rose gold, or silver if preferred.
We suggest by starting with a no obligation wedding ring consultation, we determine your ring sizes, dimensions of the wedding band and the appropriate carat and colour of gold. A quotation is then delivered.
If you decide to make your own rings in our workshop, we begin with a ring making demonstration, where you will be introduced to the tools of the trade and then you can see the traditional ring making techniques in progress. You will then be guided, step by step into creating your own traditional style wedding band. This is suitable for complete beginners and takes approximately 3-4 hours to complete. Photographs are taken throughout your making session and there is the option to have them printed for your memories and guests to peruse at your wedding reception.
When the rings are completed, there are further choices to finish the rings to your specification. Laser engraving is available and you may choose to have your white gold rings Rhodium plated – this is optional. Hallmarking is included within the price quoted for the wedding rings, our stamps are held at the Birmingham Assay Office.
If you would like more information on our wedding ring making workshops or would like to book a wedding ring consultation, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Jordan and Jordan made each other’s wedding bands. Jordan (man) made a narrow 18ct white gold band for his wife to be and Jordan (lady) made a chunky 9ct white gold band.
Mark and Stephen made chunky 9ct white gold bands for each other.
Pam made a replacement 9ct yellow gold wedding band for her husband Micheal, to replace the shop bought one that had worn away after many decades of marriage!
The photo below shows a replacement 18ct yellow gold band for a customer that had outgrown her original wedding band due to medical reasons and had it cut off by the medical team! The original band was soldered and is now worn on a chain.
If you prefer to have your wedding band commissioned, then please do not hesitate to contact us to arrange a wedding ring consultation.
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