Just finished making this wedding band to replace a ring my client bought from me about 18 years ago and unfortunately lost. The design is about 20 years old and it was a blast making one again. The outside rings are all made separate in silver and white gold with an inside sleeve that is flared into an 'eye rivet' holding all the rings together.
My client asked me to make a ring for their husband based on minoan bull horn sculptures. The ring is a thin version of these sculptures. The challenge was to make sure this shape would be comfortable to wear. It turned out to be really comfortable! The top is an amber cabochon, the soft amber is protected by the sides of the bull's horns.
Hot off the bench and destined for Canada! I am fortunate enough to make rings that travel to all parts of the globe. My jewellery has seen more of the world than me! The process of ordering from interstate or overseas is more or less the same as coming into my studio. We go over what you like and determine any changes to suit you like the band width and metal selection. The rings pictured are stamped with the couples wedding dates. Hers is scattered with sapphires and his has black diamonds. With this kind of thing I do mock ups or 'practise designs' to make sure we are on the same page. The big thing with ordering a ring online is the finger size. I have this covered. I need an approximate size from you and then I will make a copper model and post it to you. This is part of the price. The copper model will be the exact width, thickness and finger size so we know for sure that the final ring will be the right size. If the model is not right you may need to refer to a local jeweller for a correct size. Bottom line however is that I guarantee your ring to fit and will gladly resize for free. Freight however is at your expense.