I have been so lucky to be able to make special rings for some great people who love design and beautiful materials, here are a few of the brides I have worked with to create their perfect ring. If you would like a special piece made just for you, please get in touch x



Hollie had found a beautiful emerald and diamond ring in an antique shop that had a Belle Epoque style, and so this became the inspiration for her new engagement ring.

We set an antique old cut diamond in the centre and surrounded it with two rows of undulating brilliant cut diamonds in platinum. The curved band is made from yellow gold to add warmth and soften the design.


Amie knew that she wanted a hex style ring and loved the antique style of a halo surround. She chose a stunning 1.00 ct old cut diamond that had the perfect proportions to sit in a hexagonal frame.

The ‘floating’ pave surround slopes away from the centre stone to show it’s brilliance and create the most sparkle and the platinum setting sits on top of a yellow gold band to allow the wedding band to sit perfectly underneath.




Inspired by Victorian ‘Target’ halo rings, Mondana wanted a classic antique style with a modern finish.

We selected a lovely old cut centre stone and surrounded it with a ‘floating’ halo of white diamonds in platinum. The band was made from rose gold and sits under the setting so that the fine diamond eternity wedding band sits right next to it.


Lexxi had fallen for the pear shaped diamond and we decided to hunt for an old cut. The shape and quality of old cut pears vary massively and we finally found the most gorgeous one in an 1915 solitaire ring. I removed the stone and had the edges polished as they were very thin and could chip easily.

The old stone was then claw set in a sloping diamond pave halo of platinum on top of a yellow gold band to create a modern vintage ring.