Matthew Ely blends timeless charm with artisanal craftsmanship in his meticulously handcrafted wedding rings for men and women. Each ring narrates a unique love story, symbolising eternal commitment.
From classic gold bands to intricately designed diamond-studded pieces, explore the collection or book a consultation to design your own bespoke wedding rings.
More About Wedding Rings
What finger does a wedding ring go on?
In many Western cultures, including Australia, the wedding ring is traditionally worn on the ring finger (fourth finger) of the left hand. This tradition stems from the belief that the "vena amoris" or "vein of love" ran directly from the ring finger to the heart. However, customs can vary based on culture and personal preference.
How should I wear my wedding and engagement rings?
In Australia and most Western cultures, the wedding ring is traditionally worn on the same finger as the engagement ring but placed closer to the hand. This means that the wedding ring is stacked underneath the engagement ring.
You may choose to have a specially designed wedding band that fits snugly against the engagement ring, creating a unified look.
Can you customise or engrave wedding rings?
Absolutely, your, wedding rings can be customised and engraved to add a personal and meaningful touch.
Book a private consultation to discuss your approach and requirements directly with Matthew Ely.
What material are wedding rings made from?
Wedding rings can be made from a variety of materials, each with its own unique characteristics and qualities, allowing couples to choose the one that best suits their preferences and style.
White gold, rose gold or yellow gold wedding rings are traditional favourites, although platinum is also popular due to its durability, hypoallergenic properties and luxurious appearance.