Category Archives: make of the month

Circles ruby ring – April 2017

When I had a lovely client phone me and ask for a ring to be made that she had seen on my website I was happy to revisit this design. The client made it her own by hand choosing the rubies, and this ring – the fifth in the circles design – is staying in […]

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Engagement ring remake – February 2017

My client on this ring was my wonderful aunty. Giving only vague input and a centre stone she gave me a green light for a simple ring but with an old school feel. I designed a 4 claw setting in 18ct white gold and a pave set band. It sat well with her existing rings […]

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Park lane rebuild – January 2017

When this client came to me requesting a remake I offered her a compromise – I would remake just the white gold section as this would not only save her money, but the shank (main part of the ring) would be retained. With a ring with so much sentimental value this worked out well. Perhaps […]

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Sapphire rings – July

No your not seeing double ! The client had a ring she wasn’t wearing and decided she would like to have it remade into two rings for her daughters. The addition of some filigree scrolling on one ring seperates these otherwise matching rings. The client was a absolute pleasure to work with and was very […]

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Princess cut solitaire – May

A simple princess cut solitaire ring with a 0.85 carats diamond this ring stuns with its simplicity. The D colour Vs clarity diamond stands out and the client wanted a elegant finish with small details on the setting only.

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Circles ring – April

This ring is one of four scattered over the globe. With one in Australia, one in New Zealand and two in the United Kingdom I like to think they have some frequent flyers points accrued. The brief for the ring was that they would be handed down as family heirlooms and the clients were very […]

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Earrings – March

Made nice and heavy and set with good quality diamonds these earrings were enjoyable to make and stun with their simplicity.

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