Custom make a wedding band
Create your dream wedding ring with Simon Curwood Jewellers world class design concierge.
Our experienced design team will guide you through each step ensuring your wedding ring is as unique as you are.
Have a one on one creative consultation with our design concierge with complimentary champagne and craft beers to get the creativity flowing. An interactive 3D model of your ring will be created by our design team for you to approve. Once approved your ring will be engineered with exceptional craftsmanship by our jewellery atelier and arrive in store within 3 to 12 weeks.
Why Design an Wedding Ring with Simon Curwood?
Simon Curwood Jewellers offers the ultimate in luxury experience with an exceptional creative team ready to help you create the engagement ring of your dreams.
Our 3D model rendering offers a fully interactive experience - you control the view with a 360 degree rotating view of your custom made engagement ring.
Our custom CAD casting is the most advanced in the industry, offering millimetre precision of your approved design.
Our express production time means you receive your custom made engagement ring sooner - with an average production time of 3-12 weeks
Exquisite wedding ring styles in every metal
Simon Curwood Jewellers offers a wide range of metal options
When selecting your wedding band including 9k, 14k and 18k white gold, yellow gold and rose gold, as well as platinum, titanium and Zirconium.
What hand does a wedding ring go on?
A few factors come into play when wearing your wedding ring – tradition, culture and personal style. Some cultures wear their wedding rings on their right hand, others on the left – but there are really no strict rules in recent times – some people choose to wear their engagement and wedding rings on different hands (spread that sparkle around)!
Traditionally in western culture, wedding rings are worn on the fourth/ring finger of the left hand.
How tight should a wedding ring be?
A wedding ring will be the ring that goes on your finger first, followed by your engagement ring on top (and eternity ring after that, if you have one). A wedding ring should be a comfortable fit – not so tight that it can’t be removed easily and not too loose that it can fall off – it should be able to pass over your two finger joints without too much trouble. If you would like our jewellery experts to fit your ring properly, just come into one of our stores and they can let you know your size.
Can wedding rings be stretched?
At Simon Curwood Jewellers, we can resize your wedding ring if it has become too tight or too loose. Our expert jewellers can take your ring up or down around two sizes (any more can compromise the structural integrity of the ring). If you have any questions about resizing your wedding ring, please visit us in-store
What’s the difference between palladium vs platinum wedding rings?
There are a number of key differences between palladium and platinum wedding rings.
Palladium is quite uncommon; it can be difficult to find a jeweller who works with palladium for engagement or wedding rings. It is also harder to resize than platinum and is slightly darker in colour (to the untrained eye however, they do look very similar). In recent years, the demand for palladium has increased (industrial uses) – that, plus the fact that it is a rarer metal - means that it is no longer as affordable as it used to be. Palladium is also lighter in weight than platinum, and slightly harder (making it more scratch resistant).
When is the best time to buy wedding rings?
If you are planning on a custom-made wedding ring from Simon Curwood Jewellers, it is important to keep our timelines in mind, so you don’t leave yourself short on time. It will take approximately 8-12 weeks to create your wedding ring, so a few months before the big day be sure to come in-store and get things underway.
Simon Curwood Jewellers offers free shipping within Australia for all orders over $99