Simple Band Options
Simple bands are the most popular style of wedding rings, with several design options to choose from. In addition, I offer different workshop fabrication options, ranging from 4-12 hours for making simple bands.
Platinum & White Gold Wedding Rings
White metal is a popular choice for wedding rings for my customs, and I offer three different white precious metals to choose from: platinum, white gold, or palladium. The biggest differences between the metals from a consumer point of view are cost and weight. For more information, view our wedding ring metals page.
Wedding Ring Width
The width of your ring is the measurement from the top to bottom of your ring as seen on your finger. In this photo, you can see a wide wedding ring and a narrow engagement ring. Width is usually measured in millimeters. 5mm is the most popular width for men and 3mm is popular for women, although there is plenty of variation among my customers.
Boutique Precious Metal Alloys
We can mix our own alloys in my shop to create unique wedding rings that nobody has. Most commonly, clients like to melt down inherited jewelry that has been in the family for years. We can also create alloys that have unique color, extra weight, or are easier to work with. These rings are a heavier and easier to fabricate high karat white gold.
Stacking Wedding Rings
There’s no law stating that you must have only one wedding ring! A set of stacking wedding rings allows for different combinations depending on your mood or outfit. Aside from the cost of precious metal, there is no additional charge for making one extra narrow ring. Sets of multiple stacking rings will incur a small extra fee.
Melt Down Family Gold to Create your Rings
One of the best ways to make unique, personal, and romantic wedding rings is to use gold from your families to create new wedding bands. There are several different ways to incorporate family gold into your rings, depending on design and ranging from easy to difficult to very expensive.