Three colours, three profiles, two standard finishes
Colours and Finishes
There are three metal colours on offer – white, yellow and rose.
In white you can choose from either recycled white gold (9 or 18 carat) or recycled platinum*.
Otherwise you can choose from recycled yellow and rose gold (either 9 or 18 carat).
All options are available in either a polished finish (above) or matte finish (see below).
If you’re not sure which metal is right for you, click here to learn more about them.
*At the present we’re not offering palladium as an option on our Classics range for a couple of reasons:
- World palladium prices are extremely volatile at the moment and, as a result, it’s often not a viable option; and
- More importantly, we don’t yet have a reliable supply of locally recycled palladium.
When it comes to profiles, we offer just the three we know to be the most popular and best suited to everyday wear.
Choose from half-round, flat with a square edge and flat with a rounded edge.
All three profiles are also available in ‘comfort fit’.
Our Classics range is available in all standard ring sizes, though our ring pricing calculator is limited to the most common size ranges.
There you’ll find prices for rings sized from Aust J3/4 to T3/4 (US-sizes 5 to 10). Go to the pricing calculator.
If your finger size happens to fall outside the range above, that’s okay. We’ll be happy to work out a price for you. All of our rings are handmade to order anyway, so it’s easy for us to fit you.
By the way, click here for help with working out your size if you don’t already know it.
Standard widths offered are: 2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm and 6mm**. (All rings are 1.5mm thick.)
** Be mindful that the different widths will change how the profile of a ring look as the thickness stays the same. This is less of an issue with the flat profiles compared with the half-round shown above.
Taking it up a notch
Beaten Texture Finish
The beaten texture is applied by hand to each ring during the manufacturing process.
Every ring produced this way is truly unique, though of course they do look a lot alike.
Engraving is a wonderful way to turn a very plain ring into something really special for not a whole lot of dollars.
The engraving is done by hand and you can choose from one of two patterns*.
*If you don’t like either of our standard patterns, that’s perfectly fine. Just email us an image of what you’d like and we’ll be happy to quote it for you.
To add some real sparkle, we’ll hammer-set your ring with eight 1.3mm diameter white Argyle diamonds from Western Australia (G/H colour, Very Small inclusion/s, Round Brilliant Cut).
These will be evenly spaced around the ring as in the image below.
How much will it be?
You can use the price-finder below to find out how much the ring you want will cost.
All you need to do is use the drop down menus to select the options you prefer and bingo!, there’s your price.
The price shown is all inclusive!
The price you see includes everything: GST, postage, a quality ring box, transit insurance, everything. There’s nothing more to pay.
PLEASE NOTE: Prices are subject to change without notice. Precious metal prices can be volatile at times, so what you see above could change (up or down) over night.
How to make your purchase
Because all of our rings are handmade, we think it’s important to stay hands-on too while you’re making your purchase – so here’s what to do:
Step 1: To get things rolling, please complete the form below with your ring details and hit ‘send’. (If you want more than one ring, just refresh the page, fill out the form with the new details and send again.
Once we’ve received your information, we’ll send you a quick email confirming the ring description and price.
Step 2: If you’re comfortable with the price, let us know and we’ll send you a ring-sizer so we can check that detail and be sure we have your size right.
PLEASE NOTE: The final price is subject to confirming your actual ring size.
Step 3: When you’ve confirmed your ring size, we’ll send you an invoice for a deposit (50% of the amount).
And once that’s paid, we’ll add your ring/s to our jeweller’s manufacturing schedule.
Step 4: Once completed, we’ll send you photographs of the finished ring/s so you can check you’ll be getting what you asked for.
We’ll also send an invoice for the balance owing.
Step 5: Finally, when you’re sure your order is correct, simply pay the balance and we’ll send you your ring/s by Express Post (signature on delivery service).
It’s that simple.
Any questions? Please feel free to email us or call during business hours (AEST) on 07 3379 2596. We’ll be more than happy to help.
Want something a little more unique?
Because we’re in the business of hand making jewellery, we’re more than happy to customise our classic rings to suit your style. If you’d like us to tweak one of our designs for you, please just send us an email and tell us what you want, or feel free to call us during business hours on 07 3379 2596.
Working out your ring size (US Size)
If you already know your ring size by Australian or UK terminology, then simply use the table below to workout the equivalent US size. (If your size is not listed, just go to the next size up. That will do for pricing purposes.)
Otherwise use the internal diameter measurement of another ring that fits or measure the circumference of your finger.
An easy way to measure your finger size
If you don’t have a ring you can measure that fits, follow these simple instructions to work out your ring size.
Step 1: Cut a strip of paper (or roll up a strip of aluminium foil) to the width of the ring you want, making sure it’s at least 80mm long if you have large fingers;
Step 2: Wrap the strip around your finger (not too tight) where you expect the ring will sit and mark off where it overlaps;
Step 3: Lay the strip out flat and measure the bit that went around your finger from the end to where you marked off the overlap. That will be a pretty close estimate of the inside ring circumference you want;
Step 4: Compare the circumference you’ve measured to the numbers on the ring size chart above and there you have it! (If you can’t find an exact match, choose the next highest number. That’ll do for pricing purposes.)
Of course, if you happen to have a ring that fits your finger well, just measure the internal diameter. (Using Vernier Calipers is the most accurate way to do this.)