Create Your Perfect Ring
Marie at MISAN Jewellery creates bespoke wedding rings and alternative engagement rings. Find out more about the designer HERE
Your wedding ring is more than a piece of jewellery. It's a symbol of love and commitment and will become part of you. It is important that it fits your style and personality.
Create your perfect ring below!
Not only is it important to get the right ringsize - the width and the height of the ring will make a difference in how it feels on your hand. The wider the band the larger your ring sizewill need to be for a comfortable fit.
The easiest way to get this right is to be measured by a jeweller. Most stores and makers are more than happy to do this for you. Alternatively I recommend getting a multisizer online, they are easy to use and affordable.
Add some sparkle to your ring:
Moissanites are lab made stones equivalent to diamonds in strength and sparkle. A great ethical option for a clear stone.
Black diamonds are real natural diamonds with lots of graphite inclusions. They are often colour enhanced through heat treatment.
Rough diamonds are uncut or half cut with organic shape. Less reflection than a cut stone but with lots of personality.
Salt & Pepper diamonds feature lots of tiny inclusions and 'imperfections'. They create gorgeous patterns and make the stone truly unique. You won't find two Salt & Pepper diamonds that are the same! Colours scale from cloudy white to perfectly clear with sharp black spots.
The profile essentially means the shape ofthe ring. There are numerous profiles tochoose from with a slight different
look and feel.
D-Shaped: Flat on the inside,
curved on the outside
Traditional Court: Curved on the inside
Flat: Flat on the inside and outside; flat sides
Flat-Court: Flat on the outside,
curved on the inside
Double-Comfort: Curved and rounded edges
Halo: Circular profile
Flat-sided-court: Curved on the inside and outside with flat edges
Classic smooth to heavy texture and anything inbetween. The options are endless andcompletely down to what speaks to you.
For an extra personal touch some opt to have the wedding date and or their partners name engraved on the inside of the ring.
The carat tells you the amount of fine metal in the alloy. A high carat has a high pure gold content.
However, that does not mean you should automatically go for a higher carat. Alloys are mixed to make jewellery more durable, a high carat makes a soft metal and your ring will be more likely to be dented or misshaped with wear.
For durability we recommend you go no higher than 18ct.
Download the Guide
You can also download a guide showing you all the information along with some pictures and examples. An enquiry form for print out is included.
Just click on the PDF icon above.
Prices are subject to fluctuating gold prices. As soon as I have details of sizes and preferred metal I will be able to give you an accurate quote.