On this page we feature more custom band rings in argentium sterling silver and 14kt gold including initial, alchemical, Led Zeppelin, sigil, snake, teddy bear rings and more. Email Us to start the process for your custom ring!
This is an example of an incised technique which looks like deep engraving but it is not. The ring is made from two sheets of argentium: the top sheet is pierced with the design then flush soldered to the bottom sheet. Cool, huh? Initials, zodiac signs, runes and many other symbols can be fabricated using this technique. Rings like this cost $225 and up.
This customer sent us a photo of a ring similar to this one that he wanted but as a hand-made, custom engagement ring for his fiancee. Rings of this complexity start at $300.
Here's another example of the Skull Ring with a different motto. Rings of this complexity start at $300.
Take a good look at the enlargement and then read what I have to say about this ring. One of our all-time favorite customers loved, loved her silver leaf ring and wanted it reproduced in 14kt gold, 7 mm tall and 14 gauge thick. No problem! $1100 :)
This is a raised style wide band ring, this time using an Old English font modified for jewelry, for the name "Angel." Rings like this cost $250 and up.
Here are three views of two Alchemy rings. Both feature the four elemental signs and a large hematite. Both rings are 1/2" or 12.5 mm tall. The one on the left has a lightly hammered band, the two on the right and center are heavily textured. Your choice at $300 or more.
You can have an elegant and classic ring similar to this one. Prices start at $750. Email Us about that!
On the Led Zeppelin IV album, Jimmy Page inspired the four band members to choose symbols to represent their names on the album cover. Here are the symbols on a wide band ring. For very much more information on the symbols themselves, go here. This ring costs $300 and up in argentium silver.
Another Led Zeppelin ring, this time it's a Zoso cut-out on a band ring. $250 to start.
Sigils are magickal spells written out, usually in a private alphabet. Email us if you'd like to know more about how to create sigils. This was a sigil ring with sigils cut into the outer and inner sheets of silver that comprised the ring. This type of ring is extremely difficult to fabricate for what ends up looking like a fairly simple ring. Double sided incised rings cost $325 and up.
Here's another way to create a ring with a name (or short phrase) inscribed around it. The customer's name was Diabolus Darkwater and he requested a ring that looked like "it was forged in Hell." He liked the ring, expecially the accidental demon in the top of the 'A' in the far right image. Rings this complex cost $300 and up.
Argentium sterling silver band with Leviathan in raised letters going around. Prices start at $250.
This ring, a gift to Pam, features a 14kt rose gold snake with 14kt white gold scales, sliding through 14kt yellow gold grass and about to eat the three gems. The ring is after a Buddhist sutra in which the snake is the force of delusion and the three gems are the Triple Treasure of the Sangha, the Dharma, and the Buddha. Rather than beating the snake into submission (a technique that seldom works) we can feed him the tenets of Buddhism and he will transform himself. The three gems are rhodolite garnet, peridot and sapphire. Rings this complex start at $750.
Cut and carved from 14kt yellow gold 16 gauge sheet the worm ouroborous, a gnostic symbol for the cyclical nature of reality, is priced at $400 and up, $450 and up for the one with the 2 mm faceted emerald eye.
The argentium version starts at $150 and goes up. The version on the right has an exquisite AAA sapphire in a 14kt gold setting for the eye. Not too expensive at these tiny sizes: prices start at $200.
You know you can have almost any stones you want, right? Email Us about that.
One of our customers has a large teddy bear collection. She particularly wanted a teddy bear magus on a wide 14kt gold ring and she sent us this design. The magickal bear and a crescent moon were flush soldered to the ring and details were engraved. The ring was also engraved on the inside and had stars engraved around the back. A ring this thick and wide and with this type of work would cost $1000 and up.
'Hung' is the last syllable in 'Om Mani Padme Hum,' the mahamantra, spoken, in Tibetan as 'Hung'. One of the seed syllables, like 'Aum,' 'Hung' is a sacred sound in Buddhism and Hinduism. Two Tibetan Buddhist practitioners commissioned these band rings which have an oval disk with the 'hung' in 14kt yellow gold on the top. The ring on the left is 14kt red gold with the 14kt yellow gold 'Hung" and would cost $500 and up. The ring on the right is argentium silver and 14kt yellow gold and costs $350 and up.
We can do any characters from any tradition that you might want.
This ring, similar to the rings above and bought by the same customer, features the dorje with a bell in 14kt yellow gold on an argentium plate and band. The oval plate is only 1/2 inch (12.5 mm) tall! Rings similar to this cost $350 and up.