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Tyre-Ring - BP01

Tyre Print Wedding Ring

Uniquely styled, the tyre print patterned wedding ring adds an entirely new, personalised appearance to a court shaped wedding ring, available in a wide choice of precious metal options.



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Tyre Print Wedding Ring

With a diffused, brushed satin finish, the tyre print Wedding Ring features the unique detail of a tyre print pattern extending around the circumference of the band. We create this unusual patterned Wedding Ring design from 4mm in width up to and including 8mm width. Choose your required width and precious metal choice. From 950 Platinum to the popular 950 Palladium, we have the perfect combination to create the perfect band. Each ring is meticulously made to order. We laser engrave the pattern onto the surface of your ring, deeply etched before the ring is satin finished with a brushed sheen for a luxurious effect. If you would prefer this design with a mirror polish, please don't hesitate to let us know. We can also create alternative track patterns for an alternative look using our bespoke Wedding Ring service. The tyre patterned Wedding Ring takes around 3-4 weeks to create and arrives beautifully presented in a pristine white gloss presentation box. All items are provided with a lifetime warranty and 60 days returns. 

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.