Your wedding ring making journey starts with an informal meeting with me at the workshop before your workshop day to discuss what you would like to make. We will measure your finger sizes and work out how much gold/silver you will need based on what you choose to make.
From there I can work out an accurate price for your gold/silver and if you are happy to go ahead we can confirm a date for your workshop and I’ll order the materials for your workshop day.
You can make rings in silver, or 9ct or 18ct, yellow, white or rose gold. Rings can be D-shaped, round or flat shaped bands. Rings can have a matt, polished or hammered finish.
Gold/Silver is on top of the workshop day price of £345 and varies a lot depending on the size shape and material you choose.
Small 9ct gold rings range from £60 - £200 per ring and large 9ct rings can be between £150 and £400 per ring.
Small 18ct gold rings range from £150 per ring to £400 and larger 18ct rings can be between £300 and £700 per ring.
Bookings can be made for weekdays only
To begin the process of making your own hand made wedding rings, please enquire via the 'Chat with the Maker' link.
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 4 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
-Any finishing (polishing or resizing) needed so that your rings are perfect.
-Your rings returned to you by post, safely packaged in the ring boxes provided (this can take up to 3 weeks)
-A light lunch and plenty of teas, coffees and nibbles to keep you going. (Any dietary requirements can be arranged when booking)
-A digital album with photographs of you crafting your rings together. This will be sent to you after the workshop.
5 hours (flexible times to suit)
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