Wedding Rings

As this ring has no end,

Neither shall my love for you.

Getting married is a big decision that brings with it many more considerations. Among the most important ones to be made concerns your wedding rings - what metal would you like them to be made from? How wide would you like the band? Can it be made to match an engagement ring or an heirloom piece of jewellery?

At Prosecco & Rubies, I am delighted to offer handmade wedding rings in both Fairtrade and Single Mine Origin (SMO) gold. I can guide you through choosing the perfect colour and carat of gold. I also offer wedding rings in eco-silver (100% recycled silver) if you would like an alternative to gold.

 

You can find out more about Fairtrade and SMO gold in this blog post and in this video, as well as from the Fairtrade organisation and the SMO homepage.

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If you are ready to arrange a wedding ring consultation with me via video call, please book a Discovery Call, or send me an email.

Rosemaling Wedding Rings
Rosemaling Wedding Rings

These matching wedding rings are made from 18ct SMO rose gold. On the outside is a Norwegian Rosemaling engraving adapted from a woodcarving made by the groom's grandfather. Inside the bands are the bride and groom's initials.

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18ct rose gold wedding ring slider image

This rose gold wedding ring has a hammered texture and a meaningful message engraved on the inside.

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Eco-Silver Wedding Rings
Eco-Silver Wedding Rings

This pair of wedding rings perfectly complement the bride and groom's eco-conscious wedding. The rings are made from 100% recycled silver and have a brushed (satin) effect on the outside. The couple's initials and year of marriage are engraved on the inside.

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Rosemaling Wedding Rings
Rosemaling Wedding Rings

These matching wedding rings are made from 18ct SMO rose gold. On the outside is a Norwegian Rosemaling engraving adapted from a woodcarving made by the groom's grandfather. Inside the bands are the bride and groom's initials.

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