• 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 May 03, 2018

    Rings for Harry Styles

    I was recently commissioned by Sony Australia to create a ring for the musician Harry Styles to welcome him to Australia as part of his current world tour. We went over different options and decided on a set of white gold rings with my signature stamping. I like the writing on my rings to be cryptic. I change the direction of the letters making the writing look a bit hieroglyphic...I...


  • Jason Moss Apr 21, 2018

    Man's wedding band

    This is easily my favourite design so far this year! My client is getting married and was given his grandfather's ring to wear. The ring was plain yellow gold and way too small. I was asked if I could jazz it up a bit or reuse the metal to make a new ring. My approach is to keep the original ring if possible. In this case I cut the ring...


  • Wedding Band with Channel set Champagne Diamonds

    This is the first in my new range of 'channel' set men's wedding bands. This one is made in 9ct yellow gold and features 6 princess cut champagne diamonds (total .38 cts) that are channel set together in a line. The diamonds are from the Argyle mine in Western Australia. The colour combination in this ring is really beautiful. $1850. Price may vary with finger size.


  • 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.