Here’s some of our favourite style rings and how to wear them best.
An Arch Ring is a favourite for stacking. The shape lends itself to sitting above another ring, try with a solitaire stone to frame it, or a thick band for a dramatic finish.
Signet rings have a special place in jewellery history, from being used as the wax seal for letters (usually with a family crest), to being found amongst Egyptian treasure with hieroglyphics engraved, we love signet rings in all their shapes, sizes and finishes. Opt for a classic round Signet Ring to start with and get yours engraved with something significant.
Chunky and satisfyingly weighty, the cigar ring gets the name from, you guessed it, the rings that go around a cigar. Go dramatic with our widest version for a chic finishing touch, or try one of our engraved for a delicate flourish.
Also known as a Russian wedding band or Trinity Ring (when there’s three bands), the interlocking rings are perfect jewellery fiddlers as the movement within the rings can be very soothing. Our Rolling Ring has seven fine bands that interlock.