A beautiful GVS 0.25ct (quarter carat) white diamond set into a classic and practical rub over setting. Our 3mm wide by 1.5mm deep Tavy band is the widest band in the collection, but is not too deep making it very comfortable to wear. Choose between 9ct white, yellow or red (rose) gold, 18ct yellow and white gold or platinum.
This engagement ring would sit perfectly with any of our Tavy or Taw wedding rings. (The Taw is a similar style ring - just a little narrower than the Tavy.) We recommend keeping your metal weight (either 9ct gold / 18ct gold or platinum) the same for both your rings.
Shipping Time: 4-8 weeks
Metal Purity: Solid
Online shopping laws entitle you to a full refund if you are not happy with your purchase, you must notify us of this within 14 days and return the item within the next 14 days in the original packaging.
To initiate a return, please contact email@example.com
We regret that if items have signs of wear or are not returned within this time we will have to make a small charge for refinishing and restocking. We will discuss this with you privately as each case will be assessed individually.
Any item that has been personalised, with engraving, by adding diamonds, or has been made specially to your size and specifications are not covered within this refund policy. We will always work with you to ensure that your items are perfect before personalising.
You can see Molten's return policy at the bottom of their storefront.
Welcome to The Molten Wedding Ring Company, brought to you by Erin Cox. We specialise in molten textured wedding rings, made in platinum and gold; handmade and suitable for all. There are 8 different ranges in our collection ensuring you’ll find one suited to you.
Erin is Mum to lovely and equally curly haired Matilda and Willow. Designer and Maker, Erin is 20 years into her personal love affair with making, quoting Erin herself, " when you hobby is your job, you have to find other hobbies!" Erin's unique style and approach to jewellery making is the core to our business, and without her genuine joy in making and strong sense of aesthetic we would be nothing. When not going hammer and tongs at the bench, Erin is a keen forager, and sources all sorts of deliciousness from the Devon hedgerows and fields. And when a bit of peace is needed, spinning and knitting is always appealing.