I have had a few pieces of jewellery laser engraved recently and thought I’d share an example. Laser engraving leaves the metal blackened so the numbers and letters really stand out. The other main advantage is that you can have pretty much any font you like and in any size as long as it fits. It’s a great option for wedding rings to add that special personal message that’s just for you and your other half…
I made this ring as a wedding band but it could easily be an engagement ring, eternity ring or just everyday ring. It is a textured 9ct recycled yellow gold ring with 5 flush set tiny white diamonds… Continue reading
The engagement ring in this set was an achievement for me with a personal record of fourteen stones flush set into one ring! It featured one slightly larger white diamond to represent the bride Continue reading
These wedding and engagement rings were made for a nurse who wanted low profile rings that she could wear to work. The engagement ring is Continue reading
I do enjoy making these scattered sapphire and diamond rings. They’re all slightly different – width of ring, mix of stones, etc – but all with a simple beauty.
Usually the smallest sapphires I can ethically source are 2mm but I’ve recently been in touch with Nineteen48 Continue reading
I just had to check back through a few pages of blog posts to make doubly sure I’d not already shared this one. It seems I haven’t, I have no idea how this one slipped through the net!
This ring is made with recycled yellow and white gold and features a truly beautiful apple green diamond, Continue reading
I’d be wanting to make a square version of my simplicity rings for a while. And, as is often the way, I don’t get round to it until a lovely customer comes along and requests it as a bespoke commission! On this occasion the customer was looking for a large cube with a square moissanite set in it. Continue reading