I am finally getting to the bottom of my pile of items which I haven't reviewed yet.
Perhaps I can finish off the year with a clean slate. Wouldn't that be nice? I'd actually feel like I was an OK blogger then!
Today's item comes from the amazing Martha Jackson.
It began with cold mornings and market stalls, however now it is so much more.
With the passion for travelling and a love for artisan jewellery markers. Martha Jackson is a brand that strives to bring unique jewellery to all their customers.
A lot of the makers who work with Martha Jackson are small family run businesses, so when buying from this company you are really helping to support small artisans.
Sterling Silver Promise Rings
Martha Jackson kindly sent me a pair of their sterling silver promise rings.
These come in a choice of finishes; plain or hammered and choice of 0.4 or 0.5cm band.
Within the ring, they can be engraved with the text of your choice, in the font of your choice.
Martha Jackson believes the idea behind promise rings, is more than just for lovers.
They believe they can be shared with friends and family. Allowing you to remember a promise when times come for you to be apart.
Our Promise Rings
Ash and I both decided to go for a hammered version of these rings, with one in the 0.5cm brand and the other in 0.4.
I personally feel like even though there is only a 0.1cm different in the band-widths it really does change it from a more delicate to masculine ring. Allowing you to really pick something that suits your look.
Before ordering we measured our fingers and sent off for the sizes that sent. Both rings arrived fitting perfectly.
Which for me is a big thing, as I've ordered rings online before only to find I should have sized up or down, as they didn't seem to conform to normal sizings.
I think both of us can agree that these are a beautiful set of rings, which with our engravings inside help us remember a special point in time for us both.
The idea that promise rings are something more than the historical use, is also something I like. Making them into something we can share with anyone is a lovely idea and something that I can hopefully see being pass on from friend to friend.
If you want to know more about Martha Jackson, check out their website and of course you can get your hands on these gorgeous promise rings which come in at £49 for the pair, fully engraved. Such an amazing price.
What do you think of these rings and the ethos behind Martha Jackson too?