Right now, I’m working on some new designs for men. I’m still in the wax carving stage, but hope to have some pieces cast in the next couple of weeks.
Since I’m thinking a lot about jewelry for men, I decided to include some old designs. The rings below are a small selection of custom wedding bands I’ve made for guys.
Rough faceted file marked band. Shown in yellow gold with an antique finish.
The client had made a temporary ring from a washer at a hardware store that he wrapped in rafia. He wanted the custom ring to be similar to his original. Shown in silver with a patina finish.
This custom ring is made for a client that is a green builder. He wanted a ring that looked like a nut that he’d use in his own design projects. This client was featured in Charleston Magazine and he said my ring is one of his favorite things. That’s so awesome! Shown in white gold.
Custom three ring band. This ring was designed to compliment the bride’s wedding set I made that had several thin stacking rings in different gold hues. Shown in silver.
I call this my doily ring, but that doesn’t sound very masculine. I call it that because the wedding ring for the bride did look like a doily. Her ring was tiny open circles that linked together and very delicate like a doily. His ring is very sturdy and not delicate. Shown in white gold.
My next posting will have some pictures of the bridal rings I’ve been referencing.