Beginning with a single engagement ring, nicknamed The Victoria, J.R. Wood & Sons launched ArtCarved in 1850. The first seamless weddings rings and illustrated catalogue are just some of the remarkable history that surrounds the brand. But the beauty behind the story is that they are still capturing the hearts of women – and men – everywhere with their gorgeous, uniquely carved wedding ring designs.
ArtCarved Brand Highlights
Depending on whether you’re looking for a class ring or something for your wedding day, ArtCarved can take care of those special moments and the jewelry that goes behind the memory. Fortunately, there’s a range in affordability as well.
Their class ring range from around $200 and up. While their bridal selection can go upwards of $3000 or more. There’s truly a variety though and a bit of shopping can have you finding the perfect design with a price that fits your budget.
ArtCarved is sold through a lot of top-billed retailers including Genesis Diamonds.
If you’re looking for a wedding selection check out their “Locate a Jeweler” option and see what’s around your area.
ArtCarved’s bridal selection is vast and versatile. Not only can you find engagement rings but you’ll be able to find wedding bands for both the bride and groom that don unique, intricate detailing. And with such a niche, you know you’re getting a design that isn’t saturated throughout the market. Instead, you’ll be receiving a ring with both history and personalization as well.
Wedding days aren’t the only important moments that ArtCarved has continued to help celebrate though. Class rings highlight a memory of both growth and accomplishment so topping that off with a unique piece of jewelry is a bonus. And it’s a bonus that students can invest in a ring that sports the same kind of quality and refinement that you’d expect a bridal piece to have.
With over 150 years of history and innovation throughout the wedding world, ArtCarved has become a premier designer for engagement rings and wedding bands. Starting with a single engagement ring that had women swooning, The Victoria, is what began a beautiful success story.
It all started in Brooklyn, New York. J.R. Wood & Sons went on to create the first seamless wedding rings along with the first illustrated catalogue for their collection. But it wasn’t until the 1920’s that their famous “carved” designs would hit the scene. And then, in 1950, Nicky Hilton – found of Hilton Hotels – proposed to Elizabeth Taylor with an ArtCarved engagement ring design.
All of these small snippets of success only give a short glimpse into the ladder-climbing and trailblazing of the company. Their innovation put them on a trajectory to become a lead designer and visionary for the wedding market, eventually pushing them into creating designs for other proud moments of one’s life such as graduation with its introduction of class rings.
Most Known For
ArtCarved is most known for the attention to detail and intricacies surrounding their unique ring designs. With rings available in platinum, palladium as well as rose and white gold, you have choices and price points that fit a variety of people. Their carved rings are where they began to truly find their niche and name in the jewelry-making world – and it’s what gave them their trendsetting reputation.
Their 2017 Engagement Ring Collections
Choose rings in siladium, silver, 10k white gold, 14k white gold, 10k yellow gold, 14k yellow gold
The All American ArtCarved Class Ring collection provides a design that is exactly what you’d expect a class ring to be. They have a more traditional value that students daydream of wearing after hanging their diploma on the wall.
Class rings are known for being chunkier additions to the jewelry box. But if you’re style has a chicer vision and you love cleaner lines, then the rings from ArtCarved’s contemporary collection are right for you.
The Contemporary Wedding Band Collection features rings with crisp lines and sophistication. If you’re looking for rings that make for an accompanying piece for your engagement ring or a band that can withstand the test of time – and trend – take a peek at the selection.