Hatton Garden is widely regarded as the jewellery capital of London for couples looking to buy their wedding bands. With a long tradition of being home to expert jewellery craftsmen, there is now a huge selection on offer of the best and brightest in both traditional and modern designs, to help you mark every special occasion in life – whether that be an engagement ring, eternity band, or the perfect wedding ring.
Wedding rings are the ultimate symbol of everlasting love and commitment for you and your partner. Made to last a lifetime, it can be a daunting choice when it comes to picking the right design.
Expert Wedding Ring Designers
With a combined experience of over 70 years in the jewellery trade, the team at London Rocks have made their name in creating beautiful, exclusive pieces for a wide variety of commissions, leading them to be featured on the BBC and even chosen for a collaboration with global brand, Baileys. Traditionally trained, our master craftsmen have experience working with every stone, from tourmalines to diamonds – setting them into a wide range of bespoke fine jewellery, from classic styles to contemporary pieces.
Our expert makers each have their own unique style and process that they’re able to combine with your ideas, to create something that you’ll treasure for years to come.
Handmade in our London Workshop
Based in Hatton Garden, in the heart of London’s Jewellery Quarter, London Rocks Jewellery brings something different to the bespoke jewellery trade. All of our wedding rings are made to order, making them totally unique to each couple, and allowing you to customise every aspect of the design - such as width, depth, and finish.
Our beautiful handmade wedding bands are designed to suit your budget and tastes, by our professional craftsmen in our workshop in London. Whether you're choosing a texture, what stones to set, or deciding on a special engraving, we'll help to make it personal to you.
Visiting our Wedding Ring Shop
Our showroom is an inspirational space in which we showcase a wide range of wedding ring styles, as well as beautifully crafted engagement rings, eternity rings, and unique jewellery pieces. A feature glass floor allows our clients to look down at the designers in our workshop below, where you can view them at work and see first-hand how we make our fine jewellery.
Our heart and soul lies in our workshop, where we create bespoke commissions and help to guide couples from initial wedding ring design and concept, right through to the finished article where you’ll be able to see your unique idea come to life.
Wedding Ring Metal Guide
Platinum, 18 carat (yellow, white, or rose gold), and Palladium are some of the standard types of metals that we use for wedding bands. Each have their own properties and it is important to pick something that will work with your lifestyle.
Platinum is the most popular choice for wedding rings due to its hardness and natural white sheen that never fades or changes in colour. Rose gold, on the other hand, adds a touch of modern romance to a piece and has seen a recent rise in popularity in contemporary wedding ring styles.
Wedding Ring Shape Guide
After you’ve decided on metal, you should consider how your wedding ring will complement your engagement ring – after all, you’ll wear both of them -side by side- for the rest of your life.
For this reason, you may want to decide on a shaped wedding ring (also referred to as curved or fitted). There are a range of options to choose from, from a pronounced Z shape to a slight curve. Even if you don’t opt for a shaped ring, you should consider the ring profile:
D-shape band - The profile of this band, as the name suggests, has a distinctive 'D' shape and domed appearance. With a flat internal edge, its overall finish is soft.
Flat band – This ring is flat on all sides for a slightly chunkier style with a heavy feel. The prominent flat edges between the bands’ surface makes the 'flat' one of the simplest styles.
Court band – This is a classic band shape (rounded inside and out) that works for many styles, its arced inner and outer surfaces offer maximum comfort.
Flat Court – This shape has a modern aesthetic, with rounded inside edges that ensure comfortable long-term wear.
Wedding Ring Width Guide
The width of a ring directly refers to how the expanse covers your finger, and it’s important to get right to ensure that comfort isn’t compromised. If you’re wearing your wedding ring with an engagement ring, you’ll also need to consider the width of the two rings together.
You can download our ring sizing guide to get an accurate measure of size based on existing jewellery, however don’t panic if you are unsure - we offer free re-sizing on all our pieces.
Unsure of what you’re after? Book a consultation with our experienced team and they’ll guide you through the process to create something truly special.
Our Bespoke Wedding Band Gallery
Contact us to book in for a design consultation or with any initial queries you may have