How You Go About Making A Custom Wedding Ring

If you want something truly special to symbolise the relationship between you and your partner, then you simply have to go with a custom wedding ring over a traditional, mass-produced option. Custom wedding rings just have a lot more meaning, and when it comes to the relationship that ultimately should define much of your life, this is very important. But how do you know what to do and how to customise it? Read More 

Why Custom-Made rings Are the Best Type of Commemorative Jewellery

A ring is an ideal way to commemorate a special occasion. From engagements and weddings to sporting successes, a commemorative ring will be a permanent reminder of your life and achievements. A custom-made ring can be especially valuable in this regard. Here are some reasons why. Individual Firstly, a custom-made ring can be a true reflection of your own personality, as you will have plenty of input in the design. Rather than buying an off-the-shelf piece that would be suitable for anyone, you can make your design personally meaningful. Read More 

Why A Custom Wedding Ring Is An Obvious Choice For Any Engaged Couple

A wedding is supposed to be one of the most significant and happiest moments of your life, and many people spend months organising them to be just perfect. Considering all that time spent planning them, it is shocking just how many people get the same, mass-produced wedding rings that have been around for decades. Considering that everything else is custom made for your wedding day to suit your desires, it seems obvious that your wedding rings should be custom as well. Read More 

Five Ear Piercing Trends for 2020

Piercings have long been a way for owners to show off their personal and unique style. 2020 sees ear piercing jewellery trends take this uniqueness to new levels, as imperfect becomes the new perfect. Here are five big ear piercing jewellery trends for 2020. 1. Mismatched and Asymmetric It was always common for some piercings, such as nose, to be asymmetrical, but ear piercings have traditionally been matching — what you have on one ear you have on the other. Read More