This mixed-metal wedding band in 9ct rose, white and yellow gold is a fused band, created using a process called sintering. The ring measures approximately 6mm wide.
Sintering, also known as frittage, is a special process where precious metals are fused into a solid mass. The technique was patented in 1922 in the United States. Sheila's sintered wedding rings combine mixed 9ct golds to create an eye-catching and luxurious design.