Ovals

Wasn’t the ring in The Lord Of The Rings lovely? The main ring with all the writing on it that drove people mad. It had this wonderful smooth tactility that you don’t see much. The key is that it was completely rounded and maybe just a tiny hint thicker than usual. Most wedding rings these days are turned on lathes, cut from a large gold, platinum or palladium pipe. They can be quite rounded but the last cut gives them a hint of a flat edge which is rarely smoothed over, making ‘court’ the roundest profile. An oval cross section is the starting point for me. The smooth edge really appeals to my inner sculptor.

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Wasn’t the ring in The Lord Of The Rings lovely? The main ring with all the writing on it that drove people mad. It had this wonderful smooth tactility that you don’t see much. The key is that it was completely rounded and maybe just a tiny hint thicker than usual. Most wedding rings these days are turned on lathes, cut from a large gold, platinum or palladium pipe. They can be quite rounded but the last cut gives them a hint of a flat edge which is rarely smoothed over, making ‘court’ the roundest profile. An oval cross section is the starting point for me. The smooth edge really appeals to my inner sculptor. The details for the oval shaped simple wedding rings on this page are as follows:

Photo 1: 18ct white gold

Photo 2: Palladium

Photo 3: Palladium

Photo 4: 9ct red gold

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