Stone Portrait Oval Signet Ring 925 Sterling Silver



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Please note this item is currently pre-order, the photo is of the blue wax carving we are sending to the foundry for casting, the finished piece will be in 925 Sterling Silver. Pre-ordered rings will still be ready in the time-frame detailed below.


Classic portrait oval signet rings with your choice of stone inlay, we have a few of the more popular options on the list to select from but we can use almost any stone we have here for the inlay (checkout the materials page and our instagram to see what we have available), just message us if you can't see what you want.


Please note ring sizes are UK ring sizes, if you need help to convert your ring size please contact us for help.

For help with the size of the ring, the cabochon measures approximately 16.5mmx10.5mm.


These are made to order and have a slightly different process than our other items, we use a small independent casting house to produce the silver castings from our original wax carving and mold, this can one to two weeks to receive. Then we perform clean up and sizing on the castings, they are then sent off for hallmarking (usually a 2 week process with shipping as well), while they are away we'll make the stone cabochon for the inlay. Once we receive the newly hallmarked pieces back we set the stone give it a final clean up and polish before it is ready to head out to it's new home. The total time is dependent on our current workload as well as the two 3rd parties that we rely on once an order is placed we will do our best to give you an accurate estimate to when the piece will be finished.


Want this piece in gold? Drop us a message for a quote. We are also happy to discuss other inlay options with you just get in touch.


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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 17 March, 2021.