Wedding rings

Wedding rings

Wedding rings

Wedding rings from Lyppens jewellers

The wedding ring carries a large symbolic meaning. The ring is not soldered and has no beginning or end, it is eternal, just like the love it symbolises. These rings play an important part in your most important day. Often the first ring that a man may well be wearing in his life. Helping you choose the perfect ring is something which Lyppens has been specialised in for more than 60 years.

Lyppens jewellers have a collection of 6 traditional models, that you can adjust in size, width, colour or material so that the ring suits your wishes. All rings at Lyppens are made in 14 or 18 karat, white, yellow or red gold. All rings are made from a solid tube without solder joints, and are hand finished in the workshop to your tailored design.

The collection of wedding rings at Lyppens jewellers are made up from diverse models, from a traditional and classic design to sleek and modern. The collection is timeless, but every ring can be tailored to your taste. The finish is normally polished but also offers matted or hammered finishing. Almost anything is possible at Lyppens.

Lyppens jewellers offer many alternatives to the traditional wedding ring. There is an extensive collection of half and full eternity rings that lend themselves perfectly as a spectacular alternative to the traditional wedding ring. Lyppens sales team will guide you through the process of selecting the best ring to match your engagement ring.

Engraving wedding rings

There is no better way to personalise a wedding ring than to have it engraved. Your personal message can be whatever you want it to be. from each other’s names and the wedding date to unique and personal messages.

There are two options when it comes to engraving. The first option is machine engraving, this is done in the in-house workshop. You get the choice from a selection of fonts that can be engraved on the inside of the band. In-house engraving takes on average 3 working days, has a €15,- setup charge and a further €2,- per letter.

The alternative option is hand engraving. The experienced hand engraver will engrave your personal text in the ring, in his own studio, using only a diamond pointed engraving pen and his steady hand. With this method, the text is engraved deeper into the material. The team can show you examples of both methods so you can make the best choice. A hand engraving takes an average of two weeks, also has a €15,- setup charge plus a further €5,- per letter and €10,- for a capital letter.