Silver Medal at the Best Design Awards!


Woohoo! We received a SILVER MEDAL for our entry ‘Sacred Volcanoes’ at the 2018 Best Design Awards. We are so thrilled with the result, especially as this was our first ever entry into the design awards. It’s such an honour to be recognised for our design at this level, alongside some of our countries top designers.

Our entry was designed by Vee Hensman who says, “We wanted to incorporate mountains into our design in a very simplified way. The design evolved into a piece that brought a number of different volcanoes in one area together; Mount Ruapehu’s Girdlestone peak in the South and Te Heuheu peak in the North, the diamond sits comfortably between these two peaks. The arch represents Mount Ngauruhoe and the bridge represents Mount Tongariro. Nick and I are getting married in the Tongariro National Park in February, so this location is and always will be very special to us.”

‘Sacred Volcanoes’ is a piece designed to connect a person to a place. The design encompasses all three volcanoes in the Tongariro National Park. The ring holds a 1.30ct ‘Ice’ Diamond which we think contrasts beautifully against 18ct Rose Gold and Platinum.

You can find more information on our entry piece here.



It's our turn!


We're getting married

It's been a fantastic experience serving our customers over the last few years, creating engagement and wedding rings, being a part of the process and witnessing the anticipation and excitement. We have thoroughly enjoyed being a part of this special time in our customers' lives so far. Now it's our turn and we would love to share our excitement with you all. So we are pleased to announce that we have finally set a wedding date for February 2019!

We couldn't be more excited!

Nick + Vee

Our workshop will be closed from:
Monday 4th February and reopening on Monday 18th February 2019.
We still welcome all new enquiries during this time and look forward to seeing you all again, wedding rings and all! 

We would like to acknowledge our talented photographer Jeremy Hooper.