• Jason Moss Oct 31, 2018

    Matching Wedding Bands

    Matching wedding bands, one has a light pink argyle diamond. These are quite big rings as far as wedding bands go (10mm wide) but the lovely women who commissioned these are ring wearers and new what they wanted and most importantly are comfortable with this width ring. Wedding bands especially should be comfortable as they are worn everyday, unlike a dress ring or a cocktail ring...sometimes also called an 'occasional'...


  • His and Hers Matching Wedders

    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...


  • Jason Moss May 04, 2018

    The 'Webber'

    Wedding band for a man with webbed fingers! Dont laugh, its true, some people do have high webbing between their fingers. I had a client a few years ago that we simply couldn't make a ring that would be comfortable...and stay on as the webbing pushes the ring up the finger. This client was determined to tackle the problem. He really wanted a wedding band, and a really big wedding...


  • Jason Moss Apr 08, 2018

    Remodeling Jewellery

    Remodeling jewellery is one of the favourite parts of my job. We are working with memories and family history, the final piece should be a tribute to the old and reflect but not copy the original design. It is possible to use old metal but you must realise that this is an added process and as such adds to the cost. The reason for reusing metal should be for sentimental...


  • Jason Moss Feb 05, 2018

    White gold and Citrine engagement ring

    This ring was commissioned and is a variation of an existing design. Made from 9ct white gold and a 9mm diameter golden yellow Citrine. The client wanted a chunky ring with a bit of height and she loved my design with the 'V' cut under the stone, exposing the shape of the stone and allowing plenty of light to shine through it.