Nicols jewelers manufactures your dreamed wedding ring in Madrid Spain since 1917. For more information go to Nicols TV
If you are looking for a symbol of love that lasts over time, you are in the right place. At Nicols we offer you an extensive catalog of wedding rings specially designed for people in love. Jewels that connect with eternity since 1917. More than a hundred years searching for unique and precious stones in the depths of the earth to elaborate, in an artisanal way, the perfect wedding bands for you.
We are your trusted jeweler. The history of Nicols is written through three generations of artisan goldsmiths who work every day with passion to make the most surprising jewels. From the most remote mine in the world, to our workshops in Madrid. This is how our wedding rings are born. Pieces made from the heart to symbolize your eternal love. Wedding rings in gold, white gold and rose gold with the possibility of adding diamond stones. Because at Nicols we always take into account the tastes and wishes of our customers. This allows us to create wedding rings through a meticulous process that makes it easy for us to adjust to the personal needs of each couple.
Our jewelery art adds value to handmade jewelery in a traditional, yet innovative way. All these years of experience have given us the opportunity to evolve without leaving behind our artisan roots. We combine tradition and technology to offer you the best wedding rings on the market. We design your alliance with the latest 3D technologies so that you can see the result before manufacturing the part. It doesn't matter if you like white gold, gold or rose gold wedding bands. If you prefer simple or more striking rings. This technique allows us to make the necessary changes in real time so that your alliances are absolutely perfect.
And it is that the path of union of two hearts begins with the purchase of a ring. This tradition has been that way since the ancient Egyptian. Archaeologists have found evidence that women wore a circular gold ring on the ring finger of their left hand as a symbol of belonging to their husband. Later, this custom was also adopted by the Romans for whom the ring meant the symbol of eternity. That which has neither beginning nor end. But it was not until the Middle Ages, when the Judeo-Christian religions established the giving of the Roman wedding ring in the marriage ceremony in which the man had to give it to the woman saying: “with this ring I will marry you”.