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We caught up with our neighbours at Clifton Rocks on finding out their advice on finding the perfect wedding band for you.

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After spending time choosing your perfect engagement ring, the thought of finding the right wedding ring can feel a bit like a minefield with lots of options to consider. Here at Clifton Rocks, we are a small, friendly team of jewellers who are always happy to answer any questions or queries, and can discuss a variety of possibilities and designs to suit your style. Here are a few key points to consider when looking for your wedding ring;


Your engagement ring tends to dictate the design of your wedding ring so try to pick a design that compliments your engagement ring without overpowering it. If the setting on your engagement ring sits high on your band, you may choose to wear a straight wedding band that fits snugly underneath your setting and flush against your engagement ring. If you have a low setting you may prefer a shaped wedding band that sits around the setting on your engagement ring. We have a wide selection of shaped rings here at Clifton Rocks or alternatively we can make a bespoke shaped band to create the perfect shape to fit your engagement ring. We can make you a model first so that you can try it on and make sure you are totally happy with is before we make it in to the final piece.


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Your wedding ring does not need to necessarily match the design of your engagement ring, sometimes a contrasting design, texture or colour can create a really interesting combination.


We often advise that your wedding ring is made in the same metal or a similar strength metal as your engagement ring to protect the wear and durability of the two rings when worn together.



It is important to consider whether your engagement ring and wedding ring will always be worn together. If there may be times when you will want to wear your wedding ring on it’s own, consider how your wedding ring will look on your finger on it’s own.



It is also important to consider whether you might want to add another ring in the future, for example an eternity ring.


The team from Clifton Rock will be joining us at our exclusive Christmas event at our Clifton studio so book your ticket now to come a long and speak to the best jewellers in the business and design the wedding band of your dreams: