Details without Diamonds – Pretty Patterned Wedding Rings


Adding Patterned Detail to Wedding Rings Without Diamonds

Three delicate, patterns, ideal for slim bands, shown on 2.5mm wide flat court profile wedding rings

You Inspire Us!

One of our greatest sources of inspiration comes not only from the jewellery, but from our clients. Today’s blog was inspired by a client who visited recently to view wedding rings. During our meeting at our Ryde showroom, she pulled out a sample ring from one of the trays commenting on how much she liked the design. One reason was because the patterned wedding ring was subtle, pretty and perfectly matched for the width of the ring.

Three Designs

We’ve taken out, to photograph three designs, each one represents a pretty, perfect pattern ideal for the narrower wedding band.

The Ring Style

The wedding ring above shows a flat court profile wedding ring with a medium weight, (for reference RWD004.) The width is the 2.5mm option, with either satin or polished finish optional depending on preference.

First Design

The first design shows elegantly scalloped edges. If you want this pattern, just ask for the scalloped patterned edges. For a small, additional charge we can add this to any wedding ring design.

Second Design

The second design is the trefoil, or trilogy pattern. Ask for this style if you wish to add this to any plain wedding ring. The effect is a detail without diamonds. The ring almost appears to be diamond set owing to the small round clusters of pattern around the ring.

Third Design

The final design shows a fine stamped pattern, a perfect alternative to raised milgrain detail The narrow detail works beautifully and provides an almost vintage feel to the ring style. As with the design alongside, the effect appears almost diamond set.

The Cost

Amazingly the above rings, can be provided below £200 based on 2.5mm wide in 9ct Gold. Palladium would start at around £200 and Platinum around £450. Get in touch through our ‘contact us’ tab for more information.

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark attended Liverpool University and went on to pursue a career in the diamond industry. After more than a decade working in polished diamonds, Mark moved to the Isle of Wight where he launched Serendipity Diamonds. He works most days from their busy Ryde showroom, photographing jewellery and writing for the Serendipity Diamonds website.

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