Frequently Asked Questions
Do you really hand-craft all your rings or are any from pre-purchased items (ie ring blanks)?
I can proudly confirm that all of my rings are hand-crafted and start off from a solid bar of stainless steel. These is a summary of the stages that I work through for every ring:
Solid stainless steel bar is turned by lathe to form the initial ring blank
Further turning then takes place to adjust the ring to the required size
Interior of the ring is prepared with comfort fit and brushed finish
Sides of the ring are then sanded and polished
I then create the specified inlay including any effects (if applicable)
Inlay material is applied (if applicable)
Initial quality inspection takes place
Exterior and inlay are shaped
Entire ring is then sanded, polished and buffed
Final quality inspection
Ring is gift boxed
What does 'Ring width' mean?
What does 'Ring thickness' mean?
What does 'Inlay width' mean?
It is recommended to leave at least a 1.00mm gap to allow the ring bands to be shaped. As an example, an 8.0mm ring width with a 5.0mm to 6.0mm inlay width would work well.
What types of materials and colours can I specify?
Any shade of any colour can be incorporated, the more detail you can give me (ie. Pantone/RGB colour) the better. Please be aware that all screens display colour differently.
What type and size of symbols can I specify?
What if I have a question that hasn't been answered in the FAQ?
Please either give me a call, email or alternatively use our contact form – All of which are available on our ‘Contact’ page.