I design and make wedding rings with the intention to express love, respect, passion and a long lasting commitment between two people. Love is for everyone not just for Adam and Eve! I'm very happy to help you to choose the right wedding ring for you and your partner. I love to add stories and secrets into my work. For example interconnecting spirals on both wedding rings or curves that slide into each other and match perfectly together. Examples of this you will find in my collection.
How it works:
Your commission starts with a chat! This may be done via email, phone or in Person. If we are not able to meet in person don't worry, email will also work just fine. I work online regularly with many of my clients from all over the world.
I will ask lots of questions to get a feeling of your ideas. Sketchbook in hand we will draw our way through the conversation. A little background information also helps. How you met, your hobbies etc. This gives me a feel for your style and will help in creating a very personal pair of rings for you both. It's a good idea to do a quick sketch of your idea before we meet. It doesn't have to be a good drawing! A very bad scribble is a perfect starting point for us to work on.
If you are not really sure how the final piece should look it's also no problem. During our discussion I will offer you a few ideas and drawings until we find an idea that you are totally happy with.
Finally we will discuss which stones and precious metals to use. Once the design is fixed I can offer you a price and an approximate delivery time. Your piece will be handcrafted with love, care and fine attention to detail.
Our lives are unique so why should we settle for mass production! Especially in the case of selecting wedding rings.
For a free consultation please contact me at.. firstname.lastname@example.org
A few Examples:
Daniel and Simone sent me a very beautiful mail. They wanted to order two very special wedding rings. Rings that symbolize their life together.
They told me about their life and about their farm. We wrote emails back and forth discussing motifs and what they both have in common.
Then Simone said that they simply love to sit on their balcony after a good days work, talk together and enjoy the view.
"That's it!", I said.
"Can you send me a picture of what you see from your balcony.
Peter And Olga loved the idea of interconnecting wedding rings. They suggested spirals and waves.
After a few drawings I got to work...
Renate came to me with her wedding ring and the wedding ring of her late husband. Our first plan was to melt them both together as one. When they become molten under the heat I would remove the flame leaving the organic shape of two molten rings fused together. The inside of the ring would then be filed and polished. Of course with this method you have no idea what the result will look like.
We decided instead to join the two rings at the bottom and separate them at the top with a yellow gold setting and a rainbow moonstone. I was really happy with the result.
Go with the F-L-O-W...
The design floats over both rings. 14k Yellow Gold 100% recycled metal. The diamond was pulled out of an old ring belonging to the customer