There are many possibilities for the surface design of wedding rings. Here we show you the most important ones. From the simple polished to the eye-catching surface decor.
We can polish your rings inside and out. With polished surfaces, the color of the material comes out a little more subtle, as it also reflects the color of the surroundings. The sensitivity of the surface is in the medium range. Small signs of wear are not noticed so quickly, but the polish is still not forever, if it is worn regularly, the polish wears off and the ring later looks a bit "greasy".
We can provide your rings with a straight cut on the outside and inside. The matt sanded looks nice and modern and the colors of the materials come out very nicely.
Eismatt is a beautifully rustic and insensitive surface design. The ice mat goes in the direction of signs of wear, which the rings also get from wearing. The color of the materials comes out very nicely with eismatt.
Sanded diagonally matt
The diagonal matt finish is a somewhat unusual type of surface design. The color of the materials comes out well. The surface is quite sensitive to scratches. I am of the opinion that you should look for the surface that you like best and live with the subsequent development of the surface (signs of use). The traces of use will later make your own ring.
Forged by rail
Forged with the web is a rustic possibility to design the surface. Signs of wear are not noticed so quickly here. We can adjust the size of the surfaces by choosing the hammer and the strength of the blow. So here we can go even further into the wishes of the customer.
Forged with the fin
Forged with the fin is an insensitive surface design that still looks very natural, it reminds me of a tree bark. We can bring the oblong impacts into the surface either diagonally or at right angles.
Roughly filed is a beautiful rustic and almost vintage graceful surface design, the colors of the materials come out nicely.
Bubbles is a rough rock surface design. We can only make the surface for rings that are made in the lost wax process and here we need minimum material thicknesses and widths to be able to represent this. Aslo the rings should be at least 2mm thick and 4mm wide. This design works best on beautifully wide (from 5mm) rings.