Sincere ‘thanks’ and ‘congratulations’ go to Lucy and Adam Cox who kindly sent in these pictures of their wedding day which took place June 26th.
Adam, who is 1/4 Welsh and Lucy who is from Stevenage in Hertfordshire, were married amongst the beautiful settings of the Swiss Gardens at Old Warden in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire – a perfect location to show off their Clogau Gold wedding rings.
Clogau clearly means a lot to them both and the content of rare Welsh gold was a key factor in their choice of wedding rings – a yellow gold Tree of Life wedding ring and 5mm rose gold court-shape Cariad ring.
“It is something to treasure from special memorable occasions in our lives, Adam’s watch was for his 18th birthday (10 years ago) and our wedding rings will forever remind us of what a spectacular day we had getting married”, says Lucy.
It’s very heart-warming to hear Lucy say that because each and every wedding ring has been painstakingly handcrafted for precisely that reason – to create a lasting reminder of the love couples share and the vows they promise together.
“Clogau gold jewellery is unique, and with not a huge amount left, you can really treasure what little there is of it. All of Clogau’s pieces are very unique.”
“Anyone can make a ring with loads of diamonds on it, but only Clogau can produce beauty and quality entwined into one,” says Lucy.
Everyone here at Clogau Gold would like to extend our warmest congratulations to Lucy and Adam and we wish them both a long and happy marriage together!