The Molten Wedding Ring Company create unique wedding rings for women and men which are ethical, luxurious and timeless with a modern twist. Their contemporary molten edge is complemented with a more traditional smooth face which is finished with a high polish as standard or available matte. There are 8 different styles in our range; available in yellow, white or rose gold, platinum and fair trade gold. Our rings have a raw elegance which is beautiful when worn alone, yet sit well alongside modern and traditional engagement rings. They can all be personalised with diamond setting, engraving and shaping.
- Molten Wedding Ring
The molten style of our rings began in 2005 with a collection aptly named serendipity by Devon based jeweller Erin Cox. This signature collection, that came about through playing with metal and pushing it to it's limits while in it's molten state, has developed over years of perfecting. The refined, fluid, molten texture features in all of Erin's jewellery collections in silver, gold and platinum.
The "Molten Wedding Ring Company" was born from a desire to make unique wedding rings that are ethical, luxurious and timeless with a modern twist…rings have a raw elegance, beautiful when worn alone, yet sit well alongside modern and traditional engagement rings.
Erin developed the range suitable for men and women by creating 8 different rings. Moulds were made from these in order to have multiples made in a range of metals. When you order your ring, your chosen metal is cast in Erin’s original mould, it is then ‘cleaned up’ in our Exeter based studio. This involved removing excess metal from the casting, hammering, filing, smoothing, sizing and polishing before being carefully checked and sent on to it's new owner.
Erin still creates stunning fine jewellery in her workshop in Exeter, Devon. You can visit her website or boutique shop where you will find cabinets filled with timeless pieces of beautiful jewellery that are made to Erin's exacting high standards. Below is a short clip of how Erin creates her rings and how our wedding rings would have first been developed.
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