The Profile: the choice is yours…
The first element that needs to be considered in the choice of wedding rings is their shape.
With the help of our samples, the Bride and Groom can focus on what best meets their needs and suits their style.
To satisfy all tastes from the contemporary to the classic, there are a multitude of options available. From court shape rings that evoke tradition to the flat shaped ring with its modern and essential form. The steps below are designed to guide you through the process of choosing and personalising your rings.
The width of wedding ring is the most important feature
The width is the feature that can have the biggest impact on the look of your rings.
You can vary the width of your rings whilst keeping the same style and design, allowing both Bride and Groom to have matching rings made in proportion to the size of their hand.
the thickness gives plasticity to form
The depth of the ring is largely dictated by the profile and style you choose.
However there are some factors to take into account when designing your rings.
If you choose to set your rings with diamonds or have a groove within the band, then its’ depth will have to be greater.
Platinum, Palladium or Gold ?
We use the purest of metals available. Our Platinum and Palladium is 950 grade.
Our 18ct White Gold is created using the highest quality grain, which contains a high content of Palladium and will not change in colour over time.
Our Yellow and Rose Gold are available in 750/000 (18Kt) , 585/000 (14Kt) and 375/000 (9Kt.)
creativity and imagination, your own personal taste
You can choose your combination of metals to suit your own taste.
With a myriad of different combinations, from the traditional three colours of gold to the simple elegance of a plain band, by creating your own arrangement you are assured of a ring unique and special to you..
a play of volumes choosing the outline
A way to characterize the profile.
You can choose to inset channels into your rings, giving them a silhouette unique to you.
a last touch for definining your wedding band
Polished: the surface is smoothed in a perfect and absolute way, until it shines
Satin finish: a regular weave is printed on the surface
Sand-blasted: it is made shining by microspheres
Hammered: it can take innumerable looks according to the shape of the tool, to the strength which is given and to density
Raw : it is naturally irregular and dull
Spatula effect: the trace made by the tool which is used for smoothing the surface
a flash of light forever
You can set your bands with diamonds: the perfect stone to embellish the perfect ring. Whether a round brilliant or a princess cut, our diamonds are hand selected and of the finest quality; G colour and VS purity.
precision and endurance for your diamond
the setting of stones
The precision and mastery of our goldsmiths assures you of a safe and secure setting for your stone.
You have a choice of different setting techniques and styles, from the traditional claw setting to pave or channel setting.
Symbolism in number and position
number and position
You have a choice of the number of diamonds and their arrangement on your ring.
Numbers that are significant to you and arranged at your whim to create your uniquebands.
For example, you may decide on an entire circle of diamonds or you can choose to set 4 equidistant stones so that one of them will always be visible.
the most special part of your weddong ring
The engraving represents the ultimate in personalisation, “like an artist who put a signature at the end of his work, the Bride and Groom sign the wedding seal that they will wear”.
We offer both hand and laser engraving, using your choice of font or for that extra personal touch, we can print your own message in your own handwriting.