THE wedding ring has evolved in form countless times over the centuries. Its purpose, however, has remained unchanged —
THE wedding ring has evolved in form countless times over the centuries. Its purpose, however, has remained unchanged — to signify unending union.
Many different metals are used to make today’s rings. Most popular of all is gold, either in it natural yellow colour or alloyed with one of the platinum metals to produce white gold.
At Lawsons Goldsmiths they stock gold, platinum, silver, steel and titanium rings or combinations of these metals. They can of course make a bespoke ring for you in their on-site workshop.
Some engagement rings need a shaped wedding ring to fit alongside, and this is something they do regularly, whether it is a wide band with a piece cut out, or a narrow band curved to match the engagement ring.
With more than 50 years of combined experience they can advise you what can or cannot be made to produce the ring you desire.