Before we begin with our fabulous rings section, go watch a slideshow of Mark making a very complicated silver and gold signet ring - its freakin' awesome: Mark Makes A Ring. Ain't that swell!?
We specialize in wedding and commitment rings in argentium sterling silver and karat gold. All our rings are custom made to order. We can make exactly the custom wedding ring you want. Email us or call us (386•423•1833) if you'd like to order a ring. This is the first of two pages of wedding rings. Next in the Rings section:
Most band rings with multiple symbols or elements need to be 6 to 10 mm wide. Prices vary widely, depending on the metals, gemstones and symbols used. We can do stamping/engraving on the inside of the ring. Designs in sterling silver can be made in karat gold and vice versa and metals can be mixed for a gold and silver ring. Email us for your wedding rings!
This section features our Buddhist wedding and committment rings. Among our most popular designs in wedding rings are bands using the Tibetan Knot. The first rings have a repeating and interlocking knot motif and the knots are teeny!
Rings like this in 14kt gold cost $750 to $1250, depending on size.
Rings like this in Argentium sterling silver cost $250 and up.
This ring has interlocking and repeating 14kt gold Tibetan Knots around the sterling silver band. This ring costs $400 and up.
This is a simplified version of the continuous Tibetan Knot band ring. In a size 9 this type of ring costs $1200
Here's the set. In standard sizes sets like this cost around $2000.
The Tibetan Knot, repeated four times around the band but not interlocking, is a popular symbol, incorporating the themes of enlightenment, karmic binding, commitment, and continuity.
This ring costs $275 and up.
Rings like this cost $500 and up.
This ring repeats four Tibetan Aums and four Tibetan knots around the band. This ring costs $900 and up depending on size.
Tibetan Knot Ring Sets
These are the latest versions of the three rings below, with all three being 14kt gold/argentium combinations and the princess cut garnet being bezel set. Each ring costs $500 and up.
This ring is a simplified Tibetan knot, repeated around the band to which it is flush soldered. Each opening within the knots is just over a millimeter square. The ring is 7 mm wide. This is the groom's ring. The couple are American Tibetan Buddhists and were married in a Tibetan Temple in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The project was really 3 rings: the bride's engagement ring, which we wanted to fit into her wedding band, plus the groom's ring. Here you see her ring, with a square emerald and a large Tibetan knot fitting into her band. The total for all three rings is $2000 and up depending on sizes and stone. We were delighted to receive a DVD of their wedding, their honeymoon in Venice, and the visit of the Dalai Lama to Boston!
These rings feature a single Tibetan Knot, alone and with stone
Here's an Argentium band ring with a single small Tibetan knot. Rings like this cost $250 and up.
This is a single Tibetan knot, soldered to a wide band, with a central stone (in this case lapis). Rings like this, depending on the stone, cost $225 and up.
This style ring costs $400 and up. See this ring without a stone here.
This style ring costs $400 and up - WAY up if you choose an emerald!
This ring featured a dorje and two interlocking double Tibetan knots separated by a cabochon ruby in a lotus setting. Rings like this cost $500 and up depending on size and stone.
This set featured an engagement ring with a 5 mm high quality green tsavorite garnet and a 14kt gold Sanskrit aum on an Argentium silver band. Sets of 3 rings like this cost between $1500 and $2500 depending on the size and stone
Here is the Aum Lotus 14kt Gold wedding band that is part of the above set. Bands like this range from $600 to $1200 each depending on size.
Here's a different AumLotus ring that we made as wedding rings with aums on the sides, citrines as accent stones and a faceted amethyst and cabochon amber as the central stones. Email us with your ring size for current quotes.
Here is the manihum circling around a ring and repeated three times. Talk about tiny! Bands like this range from $600 to $1200 depending on size. See more about this ring and an argentium signet ring version here.
Here is the mantra in 14K Palladium White Gold. This size 9 band ring costs $1200.
Here's the set in 14K Palladium White Gold. In standard sizes this set is priced at around $2000.
This is another style of Tibetan writing which was extremely difficult to craft.
This set also featured two Dorjes and a Lotus set with a sapphire. Set like this in standard sizes cost around $2250.
In this ring we combined 14kt gold Celtic knotwork with the Claddagh symbol (a symbol of friendship) but with a dharmachakra being held by the hands instead of a heart. These start at $500 per ring. Celtic Buddhists Rule!
Without a stone this type of ring runs $250 in Argentium silver.
Adding a stone this type of ring brings up the cost to $275 or more in Argentium silver.
This is a more open style of knotwork that we developed for rings from another border in the Book of Kells. In this case the ring was given a hand made settng for the faceted synthetic emerald the customer requested. A ring similar to this would cost $250, or more depending on the stone. Again the knotwork is high shine, the ring textured for contrast.
The silver background is textured, the gold high shine and stamped to create the plaiting illusion. Rings like this cost $400 and up depending on size and complexity.
Combining knotwork and symbols is also possible. Here a wolf and a dragon face each other, separated by an amethyst. Crossing style knotwork connects the wolf and dragon around the back of the ring.
Sets like this cost $700 for the pair.
The ring above but with two wolves, a gigantic and gorgeous moonstone and an interlocking heart on the back. This ring costs $350 and up depending on size.
These 14kt palladium white gold rings were for an Irish fireman and his Welsh/Romanian wife! The heart in the center turns into flames which turn into Celtic braids which end in a stylized 'C' on one side and a stylized 'J' on the other. A Celtic joining symbol lies between the initials. What a fabulous design! To see it more clearly go here. This is a one of a kind set but rings like this start at $800.
Although this ring was originally a combination engagement/wedding band, there no reason why it could not be used as a ring that sets off a fine stone. Rings like this with a large aquamarine would cost $550, less with a less expensive stone.
This ring features a man and woman, their arms turning into a celtic heart knot, and their legs into a celtic knot and heart. The ring can also be made with two women or two men. We haven't made a pair with two men.....YET. Rings like this cost $750 and up, depending on size.
Although the two figures reaching towards the heart is very popular we have sometimes replaced the heart with a stone.
This is the knot side of the ring.
The Claddagh ring, which stands for love, loyalty, and friendship, so called because it was originally made in the Irish village of Claddagh, derives from the Roman fede rings, which were clasped hand rings symbolizing a vow pledged. You can read about all the complicated symbolismand history of the Claddagh ring here on Wikipedia. Our ring omits some of the elements like the crown and adds the Celtic braid style knotwork. This ring would make a beautiful wedding ring in 14K yellow or palladium white gold, perhaps with a diamond set in the heart?
Just about any of our Celtic Knot rings can be made like this Claddagh ring, that is open and not backed. To buy a ring email us.
There are more wedding and commitment rings on the next page.