Rockologist was founded in 2015 as a bespoke supplier of benchmade wedding rings. One of our ambitions is to make handmade pieces as accessible to as many people as possible, so more can discover and appreciate this unique craft. The Rockologist team provides the assurance that while a lot of the items people use everyday are mass-produced, their wedding rings will not be one of them.
In working towards this objective, Rockologist have also managed to help specialist benchmade craftsmen once again make a living through their passion. Many of them were previously forced to work below their real expertise, as mass jewellery-printing technology had stolen the interests for bench-made jewellery orders. Until now, Rockologist is still striving to raise people's interest and the amount of orders in bench-made jewellery, which is starting to be abandoned as big retailers move towards the modern mass printing process.
Rockologist takes material curation seriously, as authentic materials are the key in each of our crafting process. The metal grade is measured with great precision (and is often exceeded) to fulfil the promises made. Rockologist only offers natural diamonds that have been checked for authenticity by the third-party Gems Laboratory. We truly do not take the materials we use lightly, as we believe that the historic benchmade production process should not be stained by the use of substandard metals, let alone synthetic diamonds.
Apart from the benchmade process and authenticity of materials, there is one more aspect that sets Rockologist apart and drives the team to deliver passionate results. That is, when we become real witnesses, albeit small and silent, of couples in their journey to an extraordinary marriage. Knowing that what we have created will be a constant companion (literally as our rings wrap around their fingers) in their ups and downs, laughter and tears, and every moment until the end of times, is what fuels us. The Rockologist team is filled with genuine smiles and happiness throughout the entire process.