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Which Wedding Ring Is Right  For You?

Very rarely do a bride and groom want matching rings, but they can be tied together nicely with an engraving or gem set inside. The below information should help you get an idea of the right rings for you. For a simple piece of jewellery it can be surprisingly overwhelming!

Court Wedding Rings

Timeless classic and traditional, court wedding rings are . Gently curved on both the inner and outer surfaces and are our most popular wedding ring. Sometimes referred to as comfort fit wedding rings.

Standard widths include 2mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm and 6mm, but we are able to make any width you like, just ask!

All of our wedding rings are available in a choice of certified Fairtrade or recycled 18ct yellow gold, 18ct white gold or platinum. We also offer an engraving service. Please contact us for information on this.

D Shape Wedding Rings

D-shaped wedding rings are a very traditional style, rounded on the outside but with a flat inner surface. 

Standard widths include 2mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm and 6mm, but we are able to make any width you like.

All of our wedding rings are available in a choice of certified Fairtrade or recycled 18ct yellow gold, 18ct white gold or platinum. We also offer an engraving service. Please contact us for information on this.

Made to Fit Wedding Ring

If you commission us to design your engagement ring, we would be happy to design a matching wedding band for you. That way, you can be confident that the wedding ring that will fit perfectly with your engagement ring. This is something we take into consideration and discuss with you when designing your engagement ring.

If you already have an engagement ring, we would be delighted to create a bespoke wedding ring for you that complements its asthetic. We can create a shaped wedding ring to fit around engagement rings contours and come up with solutions for you.

We specialise in designing and creating custom-made engagement rings and custom-made wedding rings. Please contact us to arrange a consultation.

Bespoke Wedding Ring

If you would like a truly unique wedding ring Daisy can design something from scratch to compliment an existing engagement ring of to be worn on its own. Daisy designed and made herself seven wedding rings when she got married so she can chop and change them. Some people also like to go for a diamond ring and also a plain traditional band so that they can have an ‘everyday’ wedding ring and a special occasion wedding ring.

 

 

Getting The Right Ring

Before you purchase a ring, you'll need to decide on the size you want. Your ring should be tight enough that it will not come off your finger, but not so tight as to be uncomfortable. It can be a strange thing trying a ring on if you have never worn one before!

 

Size

Finger size can change with temperature, exercise, and other influences, so you need to look for a good compromise: a ring size that will work for you whether your hands are hot or cold, never overly loose or too tight. Ideally it is good to measure your finger size more than once, ideally at different times of day and ideally on both cold and warm days.

As a rule, the wider a ring is, the tighter it will feel on your finger.

  

Court bands and flat court bands, which are curved on the inside (which are also called comfort-fit) are design to slide over the knuckle more easily than the more traditional D-shape ring, which is flat on the inside. So, you may wish to have a slightly smaller ring size if you are after a court band.


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