Signet rings have a long and rich history dating back to ancient civilisations, including the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. Originally conceived as a tool for sealing documents and signifying the authenticity of the sender, signet style rings typically featured a design or emblem that was engraved onto a flat surface, used to make an impression in wax or clay.
Today, signet rings have evolved into a popular jewellery expression worn by both men and women, and retain their legacy as symbols of connection to family and heritage – designed to be cherished and passed through generations.
Men’s signet rings have grown in affection over the years; sought out by those wishing to make a unique statement with their ceremonial jewellery. These signet rings can feature delicately rendered, intricate engraved designs, or in some cases the discrete integration precious stones or metals. Women’s signet rings, similarly, have increased in popularity, as more clients seek out their genderless, streamlined aesthetic for personal wear or wedding bands.
Natalie Marie Jewellery signet rings are revered for their exceptional, consciously designed craftsmanship and material excellence. Available to purchase in yellow, rose and white gold or sterling silver, our signet rings are made to order and celebrate the streamlined elegance of the classic silhouette, whilst also embracing modern flourishes and accents.
Choose from a selection of minimalist designs, or embrace our intimate personalisation service by having yours (or your loved ones’) initials engraved into its surface. Opt for a custom signet ring in the form of gemstones; a curation of styles hero statement-making stones such as laboratory grown diamonds, emeralds and citrines, whilst others offer a canvas for the subtle addition of a desired stone.
Signet rings continue grow as an admired piece for those who appreciate fine craftsmanship, attention to detail, and their rich history and symbolism. For more information on the history of signet rings, visit our journal post chronicling the story of the signet ring here.