For those wanting an Irish theme wedding band but on a more classic style I have an Irish Shamrock ring.
Made in either gold, silver and platinum it coes in 4mm, 5mm, 6mm widths.
Making these types of rings is usually around three to four weeks and you can see or order them here – Irish Shamrock Rings
Hope you like them.
I have been making some more Cinder Toffee wedding rings wedding rings this week in rose gold.
This is a popular one with me with the rich copper colour being brought to the surface.
The reddish burnt effect is very striking and should give the couple an interesting talking point on at their wedding.
What is your favourite metal for wedding rings. White has been very popular for many years but yellow seems to be making a comeback.
Lunar Rustic wedding rings with a black effect. Two seen here on a flat and court band. Available in 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm and 8mm widths. Contact me for prices.
For the past few months I have been buried under orders for Gretna Green and Scottish Thistle wedding bands but have a lot of new designs I want to get on with.
One in particular that keeps coming up is a heavy rustic style. So after a few attempts of melted bands and burnt sore fingers here is the silver version.
I called it Lunar Rustic as it reminds me of the moon surface. Well that’s what I think you may have other ideas.
It has been given it a torched matt colour finish but I am working on a polished one that seems just as good.
I may photo that one soon and put it on here.
The band is made from 6mm flat wire which gives a good chunky feel. It may look even better as an 8mm but I will see how this one goes firs before I go down that road.
So what do you think. If you have any suggestion I will be happy to hear from you. Or if you know someone getting married send them this link.
You can find the band for sale on my RH wedding ring section.
Photos turned out pretty good a swell, see below.
Working on a new range of wedding rings over the past week. I know what I was after but it took a few attempts to get there.
Too much heat was the first problem as a few bands melted rather than just giving a molten surface.
Tried differed types of gold but it need the 22ct to get the rich colour right. I think this should be popular with someone wanting a band to stand out.
I originally thought of diamond set and I still may go down that road but for the moment I am going to start with the all classic version.
So I have finally finished the photos and put it on my shop sites. For full details of the Rustic Black and Gold range use the link.
And here are the photos, hope you like them.
Looking at some coloured gemstones for a new range of engagement rings I am working on.
I now realise it is going to take longer than I thought as the tones will have to enhance the settings.
If you have a deep coloured gemstome it may be too dark for the metal around it, i.e. my Cinder Toffee wedding ring range.
The stone is the main feature but the ring is the whole item and they both have to compliment each other or the design aspect will not work.
So back to looking out some more stones before I start making the ring.
Red gold wedding bands with a matt finish. Red gold is very popular at the moment so I have produced a range in matt with polished sides.
Basic rings are 3mm or 4mm wide but can be custom made up to 8mm.
If you are interested call me.
A new wedding band for this month available in gold platinum or silver.
I called it Pebble after visiting St Bees beach in Cumbria with my family. A beautiful rocky coast especially when the sun is shining.
I can make this design in 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm and 8mm widths so you can have a matching set with your partner.
You can find detail of this ring in my RH wedding ring section and in my Etsy online shop.
Below is a few photos of the band in the 6mm width. It has a brushed inside and sides to give a bit of contrast to the polished outside.
Hope you like it. If you have ideas of your own just send me a message. I can usually turn most peoples ideas into reality. Richard.
This is my handmade Welsh Dragon wedding band ideal for Welsh weddings or special occasions. It is made from a heavy court ring.
The court style is more comfortable to wears as it is curved on the inside as well as the outside.
The Welsh Dragon – Y Ddraig Goch (the red dragon) has been used in Wales for hundreds of years.
The oldest record of using the dragon to symbolise Wales was written about 830 AD.
It is also supposed to have been the battle standard of ancient Celtic leaders including King Arthur during the dark ages.
Today the red dragon is often seen as symbolising all things Welsh and now you can have it on your wedding rings to always remind you of your wedding day.
I can make the ring to any finger size, if it is not shown on my website just contact me for a price.
Below are some recent photos I have taken of some orders | have just made.
To buy thes rings you can find them here.