Bespoke Engagement Rings
Take a look at some examples of bespoke engagement rings we have made over the years. We pride ourselves on design and attention to detail. Each ring below was designed specifically to suit a client’s unique brief and tailored to fit their budget.
An engagement ring can be a personally designed and beautifully crafted piece. You know your partner better than anybody else so why not make it personal with our bespoke service tailormade to suit your exact requirements and needs. You decide the budget and we will work within your requirements.
These alternative engagement rings were handmade in the Peak District using ethically sourced materials and cast in the U.K. using recycled metals where possible. We design and hand make each piece in house, our setting and polishing is outsourced to highly skilled craftsmen and women in London's Hatton garden.
We love working to a brief but very much like to put our spin on your ideas. When getting in touch to discuss your project it’s always great to have a rough outline of what it is you have in mind. We have tried to group our gallery of engagement rings to help give you an idea of what’s available.
First of all think about stones, the first three images are all multiple diamond options. Increasing the amount of stones can certainly make a ring look dramatic. Next to consider is longevity, this will be a cherished lifelong piece of jewellery to be worn forever, so style is very important, choosing a timeless piece that will suit their personality and unique tastes. The second row of rings are all quite classic shapes, a safe bet if choosing a ring as a surprise proposal. I always recommend opting for either a diamond or sapphire for a ring that is going to be worn everyday as these stones are the hardest, however the choice is completely up to you and often clients fall in love with a stone and that is that! There are a few stones in this mix that definitely fall into that category.
I love patterns and texture, in the third row there’s a nice selection of rings that use a repeat pattern in the band to give an overall antique or ancient look. The orange carnelian ring and pear shaped rose cut diamond band are actually memento mori pieces, celebrating the life of a very much loved one. The designs in the fourth and sixth rows are sharp, clean geometric options, as seen in the subtle faceted lemon diamond palladium band, the hexagon black diamond triangular patterned ring and also in the extravagant green and blue sapphire octagon ring with a chevron repeat band.
If organic shapes are more your thing then the fifth and seventh rows are some options for you. The natural world is a great place for inspiration with starting points such as leaves and shells. The molten double fitted ring set with a smattering of old cut diamonds has inspired a new collection which is coming very soon. I do seem to have a great source of creativity coming from my clients! The final row showcases some fitted stackable engagement and wedding band examples. When I first start designing a ring, I always ask my clients if they want to plan how and where a secondary ring can be incorporated into the design. If this is a surprise it’s always nice to then design the wedding rings all together, so initially I make a rough plan of where a wedding band could sit but leave the design part open to whoever will be wearing the ring! Head to our Bespoke Process page to read all about the ways and hows.