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Wedding Rings Made to Order

Precious metal wedding rings made to order in our own workshop


Precious Metal Wedding Rings Made to Order



Platinum Wedding Rings

We are able to make plain wedding rings in our workshop in approximately 5 to 10 working days.

Many of our wedding rings are available in 3 or 4 different weights, light weight, medium weight, heavy weight and extra heavy weight. We will advise you of the approximate depth, and weight of all available rings for your chosen precious metal, width and finger size.

Available precious metals that we are able to make wedding rings include

9ct White Gold (fairly white, more information below)
9ct Yellow Gold
9ct Rose Gold
18ct White Gold (very white, more information below)
18ct Yellow Gold
18ct Rose Gold
Platinum (950)
Palladium (500)
Palladium (950)

All of our wedding rings are spun on a lathe to produce a premium product, we do not use inferior cast wedding rings that are prone to pitting and cracking later in their life.

All of our wedding rings come with a 2 year guarantee as standard (excluding rhodium, more information below)

Every wedding ring will have a full UK hallmark which will either have a London or Birmingham hallmark.

As we have so many different parameters on our wedding rings, and with precious metal prices changing twice a day it is not possible to advertise prices online.

We can quote on making any platinum wedding rings, you can request a quote here Wedding Rings Made to Order



* image above is a selection of yellow and white gold wedding rings made in our workshop.

9ct & 18ct Yellow Gold Wedding Rings Made to Order

Our Blended Court wedding rings are our lowest profile court rings with a depth of just 1.3mm

Blended Courts are available in 9ct yellow gold, 9ct white gold, 18ct yellow gold, 18ct white gold and Platinum.

Our Blended courts are available in following widths

2mm and 3mm widths available in UK sizes I to P
4mm and 5mm widths available in UK sizes I to Z
6mm Width available in UK sizes Q to Z

If you request a quote for a court ring, we will also include a blended court price.

9ct & 18ct Yellow Gold Wedding Rings Made to Order

Our traditional Court rings are rounded on the inside, and a higher rounded profile on the outside. They are available in all precious metals, and up to 3 different weights in most precious metals.

Widths available

2mm, 2.5mm and 3mm available in finger sizes I to P
4mm and 5mm available in finger sizes I to Z
6mm and 8mm available in finger sizes Q to Z

We would quote for all 3 weights on any quote

9ct & 18ct Yellow Gold Wedding Rings Made to Order

Our D shape wedding rings are rounded on the outside, but flat on the inside. They are not as comfortable as Court rings but do tend to be a little cheaper. They are available in all precious metals, and 3 weights.

Widths available

2mm, 2.5mm and 3mm available in finger sizes I to P
4mm and 5mm available in finger sizes I to Z
6mm and 8mm available in finger sizes Q to Z

We would quote for all 3 weights on any quote

9ct & 18ct Yellow Gold Wedding Rings Made to Order

Our comfort Fit rings are completely flat on the outside, whilst having a rounded court inside for more comfort. They are the best profile for a flat ring. The comfort fit ring is available in all precious metals, and 2 weights.

Widths available

2mm, 2.5mm and 3mm available in finger sizes I to P
4mm and 5mm available in finger sizes I to Z
6mm and 8mm available in finger sizes Q to Z

We would quote for both weights on any quote

9ct & 18ct Yellow Gold Wedding Rings Made to Order

Our Flat profile wedding ring is completely flat on the outside as well as the inside, whilst having a rounded court inside for more comfort. The flat profile ring is available in all precious metals, and 3 weights.

Widths available

2mm, 2.5mm and 3mm available in finger sizes I to P
4mm and 5mm available in finger sizes I to Z
6mm and 8mm available in finger sizes Q to Z

We would quote for all 3 weights on any quote

White Gold & Rhodium Plating



Gold is naturally yellow, and to make it into white gold then then gold must be alloyed with other white metals in order to enhance the colour and try to create white gold that you have become accustom to. To further enhance the ring, it is then coated with a platinum metal called rhodium.

Rhodium is an electroplated plating which does eventually wear off. At this stage you will see the natural colour of your white gold which can be anything from yellow to a very white colour. This colouring depends entirely on the quality of the white gold used in manufacture.

Different white alloys are used in white gold to produce the colouring, and it is this which creates the problem. The cheaper alloys are not as successful in colouring the white gold, and as a result the rhodium will wear off sooner and show the natural yellowing of the ring. This is generally the alloyed gold that you will find more common on the High Street and will certainly purchase if you are purchasing based upon price.

The best quality white gold is alloyed using palladium, a very white metal from the platinum family that gives a very nice white colour to white gold, we refer to it as palladium rich. With no yellowing when the rhodium has worn off, typically, rhodium plating will last much longer on white gold alloyed with palladium. Mostly because you will not see the contrasting yellow colour on the ring.

The downside of palladium rich white gold is the cost. Currently the price of palladium is 150% higher than platinum, traditionally the most expensive precious metal, and is the costliest alloy that can be added to the gold, with it being more expensive than the gold itself. The price of the palladium rich white gold does mean that our white gold id definitely a premium product, and unfortunately is likely to cost more than those on the High Street, that said, you will have the best white gold available.

We only use palladium rich white gold in our 18ct white gold wedding rings so if you purchase an 18ct white gold wedding ring from us, you are guaranteed to have the best white gold colour available.

Unfortunately, we do not use the palladium rich white gold in our 9ct white gold wedding rings as they would be far more sensitive to pricing. Although we do use a very good white alloy that doesn't have the yellow tinge, it still isn't as white as our 18ct white gold wedding rings. Adding palladium to our 9ct wedding rings doesn't.

Rhodium plating is considered a consumable, something which you will need to do through the life of the ring so unfortunately is not covered by the 2-year guarantee.

Our jewellers in Maidstone is however able to rhodium plate any white gold jewellery which can be viewed here Rhodium Plating White Gold





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