Custom made wedding ring from Maidstone Jewelry

Rings for brides and grooms. Your choice of Sterling silver, 14K or 18K gold, platinum, tungsten, titanium, steel, mokume gane, shibuichi, or shakudo.

       
       
 
     

We craft custom and hand made wedding rings, unusual and unconventional wedding rings, customized wedding rings.

This custom designed wedding jewelry is for men and women. Male wedding rings, mens tungsten wedding bands, mokume gane rings can be worn by both bride and groom. Alternative metals including tungsten rings, tungsten carbide rings, titanium men's rings, palladium wedding bands, and unique engagement rings with or without diamonds are our speciality.

Bride's Rings

The wedding ring and the engagement ring are age old symbols of love. It has different meaning to different people but is often a significant social symbol meaning to display marital status. There are many trends and individual preferences. Our rings are all tailor made to suit your tastes and your ring finger. Check out our process!. We love to use colored diamonds or other gems and unconventional designs.

Groom's Rings

The wedding ring is an ago old symbol of love. It has different meaning to different people but is often a significant social symbol meaning to display marital status. There are many trends and individual preferences. Our rings are all tailor made to suit your tastes and your ring finger. Check out our process!.

For the groom we have used black diamonds or simple bands (without gems) in varied metals including silver, gold, platinum, tungsten, titanium, steel, antique iron, mokume gane or marriage of metals.

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Maidstone Jewelry is about the beauty of the beach stones, that are at the core of our collection. We find our stones on the beaches of East Hampton. They inspire us and lead to new ideas. Between the land and the ocean there is a constant dance. It takes thousands of years for nature to patiently craft every stone at our feet.  With wonder and respect we work to highlight and display the qualities of the stones we choose.

David Posnett has been studying jewelry, gold and silver smithing at The 92nd Street Y in New York with Honey Jeanne Laber, Klaus Buergel and Jonathan Wahl since 2001. He is a member of the East End Arts Council and the South Fork Craftsmen's Guild.