How Our Wedding Rings are Made
It would be so easy to give you the impression that you're getting more metal and surely, you would think, that must mean more value for your money? We could list the weight of the ring at the largest finger size. We could cut corners, cast the ring, then barrel-polish. It's easy to throw together a cheap, heavy wedding ring and increase the 'perceived value' in doing so.
That is certainly NOT our style and surely other websites and jewellers wouldn't do that would they?
Casting a wedding ring is so much cheaper than spinning, milling or turning one. Our wedding rings are spun, milled or turned. It would be a lot cheaper to barrel or machine polish rather than buffing by hand working down through 5 different grades of emery paper, reducing the grade at each procedure until you reach the finest grade paper, and then hand-polishing as we do.
Our craftsmen are not going to stop polishing when a ring reaches a specified weight, they will only stop when they reach that mirror bright finish that we have become recognised for. We're proud of the wedding rings we make, they are made with care and are a cut above the rest. Each one is made especially for the bride or groom and they will be the only person to have ever put it on.