Available from: £265
The Susannah ring is the most delicate ring in the collection.
It is designed to be a shallow depth but still retain the molten metal detail.
This ring is 2mm - 3mm wide and 1mm deep.
It will sit well with most engagement rings, if you would like to try it with your engagement ring it can be ordered in silver to try, then swapped for gold or platinum.
Our finger sizing guide can be found at the bottom of this page, it can be made any full or 1/2 finger size as required, do contact me if the size that you require is not available to select.
Rings have been exchanged as a symbol of the bond of marriage for so long, and in so many different cultures, that the origin of the practice is obscure.
Circles have long been archetypes for not only timelessness, but also wholeness and homecoming. The circle also speaks of the eternal return of the seasons, marked by cyclical ritual and celebration.
Bespoke doesn’t cost more...
"As all of the jewellery is handmade the cost of having something made for you is the same as making a piece for my stock."
We are also happy to recycle your old gold into new and special rings.
Your finger size can change throughout the day, it is good to measure your finger at the end of the day when your fingers are at their largest. The cold can make fingers shrink by approximately ½ a size.
You can use a piece of string or paper to get an idea of your size - ensure that it will go over your knuckle with a bit of a wiggle, then measure the full length in mm. Compare that measurement to our chart and you’ll have your correct size. Wide rings should be ordered a full size bigger than the string measurement or your normal finger size.
If you are buying a gift the best way to get the finger size is to borrow a ring that is worn on the correct finger then measure the inside diameter. If you have any questions do call or email the shop we will be happy to guide you.
Size L is our average engagement ring finger size (left hand) the opposite hand will generally be 1 size bigger.
It is always best to have your finger measured by a jeweller, and we are here to help if you have any questions.