More often than not these have been deeply sentimental. Small pieces of metal from either an inherited ring or mined from a special place are inserted into the ring. We tend to attach sentiment to objects, the harder and heavier the better, and the closer to a person the more it seems to absorb. Inherited wedding rings almost seem to hold on to part of someone’s soul. It’s very powerful to add just a tiny bit to a new wedding ring.


Details of the two colour gold wedding rings and rings including other metals on this page are as follows:

Photo 1: 18ct white gold with 18ct yellow gold inlay from client’s late father’s wedding ring

Photo 2: 18ct yellow gold woman’s ring and palladium man’s ring with wooden inlay

Photo 3: 18ct white gold ring with 18ct yellow gold section, taken from the resizing of inherited woman’s wedding ring

Photo 4: 18ct white gold with 18ct yellow gold guitar and bass string detail

Photo 5: Silver with 9ct yellow gold inlay

Photo 6: 14ct white gold with 18ct yellow gold rope inlay

Photo 7: 9ct red gold with Cornish tin inlay taken from a coin

Photo 8: 9ct white gold replacement wedding rings with 9ct yellow gold inlay from woman’s wedding ring

Photo 9: Palladium with 9ct red gold inlay on inside, part of partner’s wedding ring

Photo 10: 18ct yellow gold fern ring with platinum wire inlay

Photo 11: Platinum pair with inherited yellow gold inlays

Photo 12: Silver ring with rough looking 9ct yellow gold section