This is a selection of custom rings that I have made over the years. If you'd like to talk about a custom piece for you or someone else, please be in touch.
Hand forged from 24k gold. This was a happy accident of letting the process take you where it seems to want to go.
Hand forged band in 22k gold with 6 diamonds, I call this my Why Not ring. Equally wonderful with rubies or sapphires or in platinum. Can be made in many widths.
Hand forged in 18k gold
hand forged in 24k gold, this is a shape I find fascinating.
A 24k ring, hand forged.
This is a group of some of my gold rings mixed with some of my African blackwood rings.
a handsome pair of wedding rings, hand forged in 24k gold
A custom design for a customer who came to me with an inherited stone from her mother. I cast this ring in platinum and gave it a bead blast finish.
Designed for an avid gardener, using inherited stones from her mother. I carved a wax and it was cast in 18k gold.
This wedding ring was designed using the diamonds given to the bride by her grandmother. The ring was carved in wax and cast in 18k gold.
The design of this platinum ring began with the bride's mother's central emerald cut diamond. I carved the design in wax and the stones were set and detailed with milgrain.
The inspiration for this ring was an ancient ring that I had a photo of. In the process of forging it, it became something even better. It is solid 22k gold.
This is my daughter's 24k, hand forged wedding band. This was the fifth design we tried and the one she loves to this day.
This is a custom platinum wedding band, hand forged. It has a satisfying weight, and lovely hand pounded texture.
Another ring designed after an ancient form, with took on some magic in the making.
This was a wedding band designed for a dear friend in Scotland. She wanted something understated and simple. I carved a wax and had it cast in 18k white gold. I hammered the surface after it was cast. I love the slight narrowing in places around the band.
This is a ring I love to make, having made it now in sterling, 18k and 22k and 24k. It is an ancient form and one I find very beautiful.