Wedding Rings for Him and Her
A Clogau wedding rings represents your love and lifelong commitment to another person. Since 1923 the British Royal Family have been wearing wedding rings crafted from a single nugget of Clogau gold extracted from the Clogau St. David’s Gold Mine. The tradition was founded by The Queen Mother on her marriage to King George VI. Their ring was fashioned from the Clogau gold nugget owned, at the time, by a Mr. Bartholomew. The same nugget was later used by the famous designer W. J. L. Bertollé to fashion the ring that The Prince Philip gave to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at their wedding in Westminster Abbey on 20th November, 1947. The tradition continues to this day. Other members of the Royal Family that have worn pure Clogau Welsh gold wedding rings include Princess Margaret, Princess Anne, Diana, Prince Charles and Camilla. It is a touch of this very same rare Welsh gold that is contained within every item of unique Clogau Gold jewellery - including the yellow, white and rose gold wedding rings that you see here.