For wedding rings, Beige recommends: Stephen Einhorn
For jewellery designer Stephen Einhorn, dealing with his customers is a lifelong relationship.
When the Stephen Einhorn website launched in 1997, it was one of the first jewellery websites to have a dedicated gay and lesbian commitment rings page.
16 years later, Stepehen Einhorn has created timeless pieces for clients from London to the Hollywood Hills. He’s worked with fashion and entertainment industry elite, creating bespoke pieces including a collar made of beetle-shaped pieces worn by Charlize Theron in Snow White and the Huntsman and commissioned pieces for Paul Smith and Dunhill accessory collections.
Incorporating unconventional materials like concrete, ceramics and excavated wood used by the Romans to build bridges across the Thames 2,000 years ago, the maker of one-of-a-kind men’s and women’s jewellery told Beige: “Making, designing, that’s what interests me and making pieces of jewellery is a really lovely outlet because they’re not cheap things; people deliberate over buying them, get really involved and they buy something to keep. I love that!”
When you’re finished choosing matching hers/hers/his/his wedding rings, complete your outfit with ball and chain cufflinks to match the proverbial ball and chain.
To view the entire jewellery collection, or to discuss creating a bespoke piece, or to get some guidance on how to pick a ring for a partner whose ring size you don’t know, get in touch with Stephen Einhorn based in Islington.
210 Upper Street