At Deakin & Francis, we offer a range of gold and silver signet rings, ideal for any taste. From minimalistic structures to elaborate engraving, diamond encrusting and craftsmanship, we can create the perfect cherished piece. Our diverse collection displays a variety of gold signet rings as well sterling silver signet rings with our signature skull engraving. Our bespoke service allows us to make our customers’ ideas reality. Contact us today to discuss your personalised, bespoke signet ring.
Custom signet rings
Signet rings, also known as seal rings, can be passed from generation to generation; a personal expression that can be treasured forever. Traditionally, Signet Rings were associated with a high societal status and often were engraved with a unique family symbol. In the modern age, signet rings have become very inclusive and popular among everyone.
The History of Signet Rings
While Signets are seen as a fashionable accessory for both men and women nowadays, the origins of the signet ring were much less fashionable. Often used as a way of signing documents and wax sealing envelopes, these functional rings were seen as a symbol of status and wealth. These traditional rings are often passed down through generations and used to showcase an individuals family crest or initials. Find out why these stunning rings have lasted the test of time and shop our range of customizable signet rings.
Bespoke signet rings
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At Deakin & Francis, we have been creating signet rings, cufflinks and bespoke accessories since 1786. Our creativity knows no bounds, especially when we’re motivated by the many unique commissions that come into the workshop. If you’re looking to commission us to make a piece and need inspiration or you want to see what we’re up to, we update our Instagram page regularly with the latest gold and silver jewellery pieces and behind-the-scenes peeks into our team at work.
“Deakin&Francis is an example to follow for every company. They’ve managed to survive for almost two and a half centuries (and many more to come) by striving for perfection. This means not to stop innovating but also taking good care of the most classic pieces thus meeting the expectations of both, traditional and modern tastes.”
Alejandro Manuel Arranz López