2 Colour Inlaid Fingerprint Wedding Ring
This uniquely crafted inlaid fingerprint wedding ring is styled with a mirror polished edge surrounding a central fingerprint engraving. Your commission provides a wonderful opportunity to uniquely personalise your wedding ring within a truly unique design.
Inlaid Fingerprint Wedding Ring
Crafted with incredible skill and precision, the inlaid fingerprint wedding ring takes personalised wedding rings to the next level. We craft each ring as a bespoke commission, from a substantial medium weight court shaped wedding ring. We offer this same design in a two-colour metal option, shown here in white and rose gold. Each wedding ring combines a mirror polished outer section surrounding a satin finished mid-section, fingerprint engraved faithfully with your actual fingerprints. Once you've placed your order, we send out a complete fingerprint kit for you to take your fingerprint which can be emailed or posted to us in time for the final stages. Please allow 4-5 weeks for your rings to be made which will arrive beautifully presented and delivered by secure courier to your door.
Showing the 6mm and 4mm versions of the inlaid fingerprint wedding ring.
A note on finger size
Please note that this ring style cannot be easily re-sized. Please ensure that you are happy with your finger size ordered. We can arrange a plain silver sample ring to verify your finger size ahead of ordering, or alternatively you are welcome to arrange a visit to be sized in our Ryde (UK) showroom. Please contact us for any additional guidance.
UK Ethical Jewellery and Fairtrade Gold
UK clients can now take advantage of additional value offered by Fairtrade Gold. Many of our commissions can be created in 18ct White Fairtrade Gold or 18ct Yellow Fairtrade Gold. Responsibly sourced and fully traceable, Fairtrade Gold gives UK clients the reassurance that their purchase has helped the lives of impoverished, small scale artisanal miners in areas such as Peru. As part of the Fairtrade Foundation, miners receive a fair price for the gold they produce, and a premium per kilogram which benefits the development of their community.