Inscription for the ring
Wedding ring – engraving or not? Whether we want to engrave an engagement ring, as a rule, we are convinced from the very beginning. Well, there are no contraindications, superstitions or tendencies not to do it. Many choose to engrave, but much more often on wedding bands rather than a wedding ring. The most important counter-arguments are, first of all, the uncertainty about the date of the proposal and whether they will be accepted. Often the partner is waiting for the right moment to ask this important question for the future. In the event of unfavorable circumstances, he may decide to do so at another time. Please note that engraving is a form of personalization and personalized items are non-returnable under the law. In the event that the selected ring is too large or too small, engraving it, we limit the space for its replacement or return.
What kind of engraving for a wedding ring should I choose? Engraving is done by hand or machine. The handwriting adds more personality to the engraving and the unique design is unique. Machine engraving, however, allows for greater precision than manual engraving. This is especially useful for complex and small elements. When deciding whether to engrave your jewelry, remember that not every ring can be engraved. It all depends on the thickness and width of the rim and how it is made. It may be too flat or have indentations or patterns that make it impossible to make an engraver. In addition to the classic engraving on the ring, which we most often think about, we can decide to buy special packaging with an engraved dedication. When we care about personalization, it's worth thinking about. We then make it easy to exchange or return the ring.