Character Limit and Ring Width
We limit our engravings to 40 characters per piece. But please bear in mind that if the ring is a particularly small size, there may be less room to engrave upon. Additionally, the slimmer in width the ring is (i.e. 1.8-3mm) the smaller the font needs to be to fit in and it may become harder to read. We will contact you to arrange a suitable solution if we think there will be any issues.
Sandcast Ring Engraving
Please note that as our sandcast rings are cast in real beach sand there is sometimes some graininess or flecks of sand on the inside of the ring. In some cases, this may slightly obscure areas of the engraving.
You can have anything engraved, from a handwritten date to fingerprints and doodles.
See our commissions gallery for inspiration. Please e-mail us your imagery after you order.
A contemporary twist on a classic solitaire. This ring is cast in Godrevy sand. A 0.22ct (4mm) CanadaMark diamond is set in a white gold basket claw on a 2mm comfort band.
The ring is cast in Godrevy beach sand. The sand creates not only the texture, tiny grains are captured in the metal too. You are welcome to choose the beach sand your ring is cast in.
Shipping is free worldwide.
This piece is handmade to order and takes 4-8 weeks to make. Delivery times vary depending on your location.
We can occasionally make pieces more quickly on request, however this is highly dependant on material availability and is not always possible during busy periods.
When available our express fee ranges from £25 - £100 per piece.
If you would like this service please get in touch with us first to check if we can make the item in time.
We made your jewellery
We are a small team based in Cornwall, England. All our jewellery is handmade to order from our workshop in the woods.
Commissions are welcome, from tweaks on existing designs to bespoke pieces.
Book an appointment to visit the workshop - try on jewellery and see where it's made.
Compare different colours of gold and other precious metals side by side.
Can't visit the workshop? Not to worry, we can help.