Within the same few weeks we were visited by some wonderful customers who we absolutely clicked with and soon felt incredibly privileged when they asked us to make them one-of-a-kind engagement rings and a wedding band to mark their most memorable days.
Using a bit of mathematical logic (that I didn't realise I had) I fabricated a flat band, pierced out a section just over the width of the sea glass setting and under tension, I soldered in the silver piece that mimicked the shape of the setting. Low and behold, a wedding band that tucked tightly against their new engagement ring was ready for polishing.
After their big day we received the most beautiful message from them both.
“Megan made our tying the knot extra special with an amazing set of rings. After getting the new engagement ring Chris proposed a second time down on the beach at whitstable. Absolutely beautiful having our memories built in our favourite place and having that extra special ring that seals the deal made by such a lovely father and daughter. Thank you both so much.”
We are also so thrilled for the newly engaged Jake and Grace! Jake approached us wishing to propose to his now-fiancé with a ring that truly symbolised them both. Their fond memories of the southwest coast entwined with the traditional use of diamonds was channelled into making a perfect ring for his proposal in their favourite place.
A massive congratulations to you all and thank you so much for choosing us to create these bespoke pieces. It was an honour to make rings for your special days. We are sending you all the happiest of wishes for your future endeavours.
Megan, the middle daughter of Stephen Randall, who has joined him in the workshop to follow a career in Jewellery Making and Silversmithing