A hammered ring is quickly becoming the top pick for men and women walking down the aisle. Hammered rings allowed artisans to put their personal touch on each ring, whether it be a wedding band, charm ring, or a stacking ring in a set of matching pieces. Though this tactic has been around since early jewelry making, the rugged, rustic appearance is a popular trend in today’s men and women’s fashion.
What is a hammered ring?
A hammered ring looks exactly as it sounds. Craftsman heat the hammered rings metal in order to hammer the circle into their desired shape, all the while leaving the intricate marks of each impact. Hammered band rings are popular as weddings and anniversaries since each piece is completely unique.
Silver hammered rings are some of the most popular choices, but gold and brass are commonly seen as well. Some artists may add more modern metals like titanium, platinum, or palladium for durability. An artist makes a charm or individual marking on the top of the design while hammering out the band of the ring itself.
Can Your Resize a Hammered Ring?
We offer free exchanges should you order the wrong sized hammered ring the first time. You are, however, asked to pay for the shipping back to Bali, Indonesia for the exchange. To avoid this complication, we recommend using our sizing chart before you pick the best hammered ring for you.
The Hammered Ring: Womens and Mens Options
One of the best things about hammered rings is that they are quite versatile for gender and style. Larger rings are more popular for men, especially the hammered band rings. Though the hammered ring style is not as prominent in small rings, it still provides that unique edge to the accessory’s unique look.