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Wedding ring finishes

By 24th February 2018April 15th, 2020No Comments

Everyone is different, we know that, which is why we offer a variety of different opportunities to make your jewellery unique. A plain gold wedding ring used to be the only option, decades ago, but now there is a huge range of choices, with different colours, styles, and shapes, as well as a selection of rings in two metals, or with designs on, like these.

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Many people take advantage of our bespoke options, creating a ring that is a one-off. And we’ve recently given customers the option to have an engraving placed on the inside of your ring, to mark the date, or put your initials or a message inside.

You can add this option when you make your ring selection on the drop down menu.

Upto 10 characters is £50
Upto 25 characters is £80

Now, we’d like to introduce you to different finishes that we have added, specifically for single-metal wedding rings.

Download our handy booklet which will show you all the ring finishes available.

We offer you the option to have different grooves, or a channel, or different levels of polish on your wedding ring/s, creating a look that is unique to you.

You can choose an asymmetric design, with three grooves off centre, a milgrain band, or stepped edges, or a combination of satin and polished finish. The cost for a different finish is just £50, which is excellent value to get an exciting finish on your wedding ring.  So what are you waiting for?

We’re quite excited about this new range of options, and are watching with interest to see what people will choose. Which is your favourite? Will people choose matching finishes for his-and-hers rings, or go for something different?

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