We have now moved studios and are happy to accept consultations and collections by appointment only. Current order turnaround times for engagement/wedding rings is 6-12 weeks.

Explore Our Birthstone Stacking Rings...

Explore Our Birthstone Stacking Rings...

Introducing our new birthstone stacker rings! Handcrafted in our Maldon workshop, our birthstone rings have been designed to stack so they can be mixed with your other Anvil and Ivy favourites or worn as a standalone piece. 


Created to celebrate you and those closest to you. Add a birthstone for each child, grandchild or close friend or gift them to celebrate a special occasion!


Each birthstone has been claw set on a sterling silver, organic, molten band and each ring is individually crafted meaning no two are the same.


Garnet (January) – Believed to give the wearer protection from nightmares, garnet is also a symbol of friendship, loyalty and good health

Amethyst (February) – It’s said that beautiful amethyst increases intelligence as well as symbolising peace protection and tranquillity.

Aquamarine (March) - Aquamarine is a symbol of youth and happiness and promotes the good health of the wearer

White Sapphire (April) – The white sapphire birthstone is the ultimate symbol of wisdom and strength and spirit

Emerald (May) – Regarded as a token of good fortune, emerald is also a symbol of fertility, rebirth and goodness

Moonstone (June) – A symbol of love, passion and luck

Ruby (July) – this beautiful, deep red gemstone is said to symbolise passion, success and good fortune

 Peridot (August) – Believed to provide protection to the wearer, peridot is thought to ward off evil spirits and protect from nightmares!

Sapphire (September) – Sapphire represents truth, sincerity and loyalty of the heart

Pink Tourmaline (October) – A symbol of balance and protection, tourmaline is believed to protect the wearer from misfortune

Citrine (November) – Representing calm and peace, Citrine is believed to be a gift from the sun

Tanzanite (December) – A symbol of wisdom and truth, tanzanite encourages the wearer in self reflection.

Shop the Birthstone collection here

Head over to the blog to find out the meaning behind each birthstone! 


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