Why should I choose a bespoke engagement ring?
In the old days, engagement rings typically used to be made of yellow gold and feature a solitaire diamond – but now, anything is possible.
You can have any precious metal to complement her skintone. You can have a choice of bespoke designs. You can wear a prototype created from the 3D printer. You can also have any number of GIA-certified diamonds and coloured gemstones handpicked to suit your budget.
David will even provide you with a temporary ring made of precious metals to showcase your chosen stone/s for your fiancée to wear while the custom-made engagement ring is being crafted in his Hatton Garden workshop.
Wax proposal rings>>>
With David Law, you can order a prototype ring made of wax to use when you propose, before the finished ring is made.
Matching wedding rings>>>
When you’ve had a bespoke engagement ring made by David Law, you can also have wedding rings made to match.
Matching eternity rings>>>
Complete the set with a bespoke eternity ring to celebrate your romance, a significant anniversary, or the birth of a child.
Engagement rings: How the tradition arose
A circle has long been the symbol of eternity, and a ring has come to represent eternal love and romance.
For hundreds of years, it’s been traditional to offer a ring when you propose marriage or when your proposal has been accepted. In Western cultures, the engagement ring is typically worn by the woman (usually on the third finger of the left hand). In some cultures, men and women wear matching engagement rings.
In the 1930s, it was De Beers who introduced the notion that an engagement ring should cost at least one month’s salary.
By the way, no rings are worn during the wedding ceremony. The engagement ring should be put back on after the wedding, and is usually worn outside the wedding ring.
How the process works>>>