The customer was finding that her engagement ring was too high, she worked with her hands and it was always catching on something. She wanted a design that combined her engagement ring and wedding band into something more wearable for her.
The diamonds and rubies were removed and both bands melted down with some new gold to form the new band and stone settings. The stones were then set into their new mounts which were a modern rubover setting giving a lower profile to the new ring.
Each bespoke piece is individually priced based upon the cost of materials and number of hours necessary to complete the work. Please contact me for a quote for your bespoke piece of jewellery.
I make all of my rings to order which is why it is essential that you give the correct size on ordering so that I can make the perfect size for you. Most high street jewellers will be happy to measure your finger for you if you are unsure and I have added a link to a sizing tool to download below to help you but if in doubt, please just ask! I will double check with you before I start making your ring to ensure you are happy with the size you have given.
If you are not resident in the UK and know the size of your finger in your own Country, please choose 'Non-UK ring size' from the dropdown list and type in your size details and Country.
Your ring should fit snuggly on your finger without risk of falling off without being too tight or too loose. It should just be able to fit over the largest part of your finger which is often the knuckle for most people and it is worthwhile taking your knuckle size as well.
Check your ring size more than once. Your fingers will swell in warmer weather and vice-versa in cold weather.
Use the link here to download a pdf. to help you with finding the correct size