Redesign: East Meets West

S and her mother-in-law brought in a pair of old bangles - whose history they could trace back through the family to 1880s India - together with a ring that has been worn for generations by the European side of the family. She wanted to combine the two into one item that could show the... Continue Reading →

Planning Your Wedding Rings

What should you think about when custom designing wedding rings? What do people normally wear? Well, simple Lord of the Rings rings are still pretty common, but a little more personality will make your ring feel even more special. The design of the wedding ring will often be informed by the engagement ring. It needs... Continue Reading →

3-Stone Engagement Rings

In the engagement ring world, 3-stone rings - or trilogy rings are popular. Here are a few of the rings we have made recently, using different stones, shapes and sizes. Diamonds passed down from his mother, set into a classic 3-stone engagement ring, handcrafted in 18K yellow gold. Oval Topaz flanked with peridot make a... Continue Reading →

Before and After: Gemstones

The gemstones in jewellery that has been passed down in the family can be reset into beautiful new custom designed pieces. Following are some examples before and after our redesign. B had a Peridot ring with diamonds from his mother (left), which we redesigned into an engagement ring. We wanted to make a modern version of... Continue Reading →

Un-blinging a Wedding Ring Set

Many years ago, M made her wedding ring using diamonds from a pendant that her grandmother had gifted her. Although she wasn't crazy about the design, she kept the pendant because the grandmother was convinced that she would change her mind one day. Now that day has come, and M wanted to set the diamonds... Continue Reading →

Matching Rather than Identical IV

Did you read our latest post Choosing Not to Match Wedding Rings? If that's not for you, then this might suit you better. We have made it our signature to design wedding rings that are matching rather than identical. Here are some of our latest projects. From Left to Right:  Hers, a V-shaped textured ring... Continue Reading →

Choosing Not to Match Wedding Rings

Wedding rings don't need to look the same for bride and groom. We have discussed it previously in our Non-Matching Wedding Rings post. You can choose a design that suits your taste, even when the person you are marrying wants to wear a different looking ring. Following are some custom designed wedding rings that are different in... Continue Reading →

A Drop of Dew, Reinterpreted

K's husband gave her a promise ring when they started dating, more than 30 years ago. The pearl had fallen off quite some time ago and she had found a new pearl. The new pearl was larger than the original pearl, and the ring was starting to seem a little too thin and delicate so... Continue Reading →

Mummy Dearest

You might be familiar with our Goldilocks mum necklace that has been popular since we started making it many years ago. We recently got a custom design request to make a mummy necklace with the mother's birthstone (Topaz for November) added to the chain. This lovely piece was made for mummy just in time for her... Continue Reading →

Redesigning Diamond Rings

C needed to repair her engagement ring and also wanted to redesign her wedding ring so that it would sit nicely next to the engagement ring. We made the wedding ring with a slight curve and chose a different type of claws for the Diamonds, so that the ring would look more delicate. Sketch of... Continue Reading →

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