All of our signet rings are made to order in our jewellery studio in your chosen metal, shape and finger size.
To browse our range of signet rings available for purchase instore, click here.
Due to being made to order our heavy signet rings are not suitable to be purchased online, however, you can make an instore appointment here and one of our dedicated team will guide you through the whole process.
If you are unable to come into store, you can book a virtual appointment here.
Our hand crest engraving starts from £500.00* and we have an extensive range of signet rings available to order in store. (*starting price is a guide, dependant on design and does not include the signet ring*)
In historical times, used by rulers and religious leaders, a signet ring could be used to mark a document, doorway or even to seal a tomb. When someone saw the mark of the King, it proved authenticity. The seal could not be opened without damaging the identifying mark, making it difficult to tamper with. Due to how they are used, signet rings are also known as seal rings.
Traditionally hand engravers use reverse seal engraving to create a signet ring that stamps the crest or image the right way round in a wax impression. The engraving is deep enough so that the crest or image is prominent enough to stand out in the wax.
Today rings are commonly engraved with initials, monograms and family crests. From a simple letter, a full coat of arms or even something designed by you, the options are extensive.