Fancy

Let your fancy and imagination roam, and they will be reflected in your rings. Have designed into your wedding rings any preference whatsoever: an oscillogram of your voice, your heart rate, a poem in  binary code, morse or braille, or maybe in one of Tolkien's scripts. A particular favourite includes yellow gold wedding rings crafted in the ancient niello technique.

Let your fancy and imagination roam, and they will be reflected in your rings.

Two colors

Stressing the uniqueness of the collection the design consists of two rings, pressed one into the other. This opens innumerable options in the selection of metal colours, width, textures and the relative position of the internal and external rings.

Stressing the uniqueness of the collection the design consists of two rings, pressed one into the other.

Touch

The idea giving rise to these designs is over 33 years old. When our first son was born, I produced a jewellery set with our son's, my wife's and my own fingerprints etched into the surface. Fingerprints, lip-prints and many others offer an extensive selection of textures and profiles to truly personalise the rings. As an option, diamonds may be set within.

The idea giving rise to these designs is over 33 years old.

Mokume gane

Mokume Gane is an ancient Japanese technique used primarily for forging swords. Today, we use it in jewellery; a very difficult, complicated and time-consuming technique. Its greatest advantage is unpredictability – even if one makes the rings in exactly the same way, the results are always unique. The array of configurations and the selection of metals will be a true source of joy for you.

Mokume Gane is an ancient Japanese technique used primarily for forging swords.

Imprint

These rings match each other perfectly when placed next to each other. It is up to you to decide how your pair dovetail – each cut is unique. Precious stones that can be set in a variety of configurations will underline the uniqueness of your pair of rings.

These rings match each other perfectly when placed next to each other.