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Whose work do you covet for handmade wedding rings?


#1

I’ve got series of posts coming up on my blog on handmade weddings.

One will be on handmade wedding rings. Would anyone like to suggest
makers whose work they absolutely love?

I have a few in mind, but would love to hear the views of folks out
in Orchidland.

Thanks!
Elaine
CreativeTextureTools.com


#2

Hans Meevis. Garth Duncan. Maybe one from each since I have 2
hands-lol. Have fun! Julia


#3

Claudio Pino and our own David Phelps for rings. simply stunning
both of them…

Beth Wicker
Three Cats and a Dog Design Studio
bethwicker.com


#4

Hans Meevis hands down the best.


#5

James Binnion


#6

Definitely David Phelps — not only for wedding rings, but for any
of the gorgeous, rings he makes. Alma


#7

James Binnion, only ring that made me think about getting married
again,… almost.

Sharron by the Sea of Cortez, Mexico, enjoying the sun and pelicans.


#8

Thanks so much for all the wonderful suggestions, both on list and
off! I think I will be able to include all of the suggestions.

Elaine


#9

Barbara Heinrich or Todd Reed. I LOVE their work!

Helen
UK


#10

Binnion without a doubt.


#11

Vasken Tannelian I probably spelled his last name wrong. He actually
did my daughters wedding ring, since I had no casting equipment at
the time.


#12

Tom Herman, 7 fingers studio.


#13

Elaine Rader Jewelry
Also Chris Nelson - Urban Armour


#14

Yes, Tom Herman, hands down! One of his designs is 18 K ginko leaves
intertwined with diamonds, that I lust after! IMHO he does some if
not THE best work out there. Cool guy, too!


#15

Tom Herman, beautiful work, and such a nice guy.


#16

Linda Kindler Priest makes the most delicate animal broaches in gold
using chasing and repousse skills.


#17

Lucile Hautau does beautiful married metals rings.


#18

How about yourself. Make some matching bands. Can be easy for simple
ones.


#19

Kristin Coffin does simple but elegant bands and engagement rings.