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So there's been a wedding!

We've been flat out behind the scenes so far this year while researching and planning some key changes for the jewellery business. But I also got married to my lovely partner last week, which has taken a bit of time to get organised for all on its own.

Handmade gold wedding rings for my husband and me.

We both wanted to have a very laid back and low key wedding day with a small number of friends and family (we're planning on having a bigger celebratory event later in the year). It went perfectly and we were very happy with the day.

As part of the wedding preparations I made us matching wedding rings in 18ct gold. They are very simple and have a light and sparkly hammer-beaten texture. While I no longer take on custom jewellery making work for customers, I thought it would be a shame if I didn't make a ring for my own husband!

My wedding ring (the small one in the photo above) will later be accompanied by a ring made by a friend using recycled gold from my late grandmother's wedding band and some tiny gemstones. I look forward to sharing it later.

Simone Walsh is an Australian jewellery designer and maker who has been creating handmade jewellery in sterling silver, gold and gemstones for over 25 years. She lives and works in the beautiful countryside outside Adelaide in South Australia, where she's surrounded by vineyards and rolling hills. Simone is the Founder & Creative Director of Simone Walsh Jewellery.


3 comments

  • Those rings are beautiful. Looking forward to seeing the recycled one; that will be really special. All the love in the world to you and Colin; congratulations on making it official. ❤️❤️❤️

    Colleen
  • Hi Elsie. Thanks so much for your lovely thoughts – we appreciate them a lot!

    Simone Walsh
  • Congratulations to you both, I wish for you a long and happy marriage and may you always be able to overcome with love any problems you may encounter in life Many happy days and years ahead:-)
    xxxx

    Elsie Johnson

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