I loved making these! They were created by remodelling the client's own 22ct and 9ct gold jewellery that was very sentimental to him as it belonged to his grandmother. He also chose to add a beautiful 1/2ct lab grown diamond to his fiancee's engagement ring.
Bespoke engagement ring made from recycled 18ct white gold, set with a "recycled" princess cut diamond that was taken from an old ring and a fair trade amethyst.
This ring was made by combining the clients parent's wedding rings to make one new ring, inspired by the Malvern Hills.
These clients came to me to have their wedding rings made a little chunkier, as when they got married they could only afford inexpensive high street rings. I used the metal from their existing rings to create these two coloured new ones.
These rings were made in recycled sterling silver and feature 4 "recycled" diamonds taken from the client's mum's old rings.
Re-modelled silver and gold ring. The gold detailing and lovely old cut diamonds are the original ring. These are set onto a new recycled silver band.
I was so pleased with this one. Made entirely from the client's old 9 and 18 carat gold rings and diamonds.
This was based on a ring I had just finished that happened to fit the client perfectly. The opal and spiral detail was remodelled from her old broken ring.
22 carat old family wedding ring, remodelled to fit next to clients engagement ring.
In this remodel, the original ring was melted down and re-modelled before resetting the stones into a new design based on my Grace collection.