DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

It’s nice to be a jeweller. Especially if you are going to get married. You can save some money and make rings that nobody has. Here’s what Julia and Alexey exactly did.

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

Pure gold is very soft and needs to be mixed with such other metals as silver, copper, etc. to become more solid. That’s why when they say “sixteen carat gold” for example, it does not mean only gold but some admixtures too.

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

Here Alexey is holding a piece of horn-beech.

DIY Wedding Rings

This small piece of gold will turn into two golden rings soon.

DIY Wedding Rings

The golden band is stretched and made thinner.

DIY Wedding Rings

The golden pieces are heated and left for some time which makes them softer.

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

The bands are turned into rings.

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

The two rings that are soldered together with their pieces of horn-beech.

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

Now to make a hole in the wood and put the ring inside.

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

Finally the excess is cut off and the ring is polished.

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

DIY Wedding Rings

Ready to be husband and wife!

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6 thoughts on “DIY Wedding Rings”

  1. How is this DIY? I guess if you already have a jewelry shop setup you can make them, but I was hoping to see how to make them in my kitchen.

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