Woven Rings and Woven Wedding Bands in Chicago, IL

By 1872, the year Jewelers Row in Chicago, IL was founded, America was beginning to experience its first post-Civil War economic boom. The country was becoming an economic powerhouse, a dream-filled attraction where people by the thousands soon relocated from Europe and other countries. Many of those were experienced craftsman and jewelry retailers, offering fine custom jewelry whose designs would soon be the talk of Chicagoland and surrounding communities.

Hand woven rings and woven wedding bands are surging in popularity and have become one of the most requested pieces of custom jewelry offered by Joe Singer Jewelry. As the name implies, each ring is expertly crafted from individual strands of the finest precious metals available, including Gold, Rose Gold, Platinum, and many others.

Like all of the handmade jewelry offered by Joel Singer Jewelry, woven rings and woven wedding bands start and end with one thing in mind – the client for whom it has been designed. The artisans and designers on staff work diligently to get to know each client, understand their needs, and they arrive at a design that is unique, aesthetically pleasing, and affordable. Each woven ring is crafted from individual bands, usually three or more, that are braided or woven together like weaves in a basket. Any design is possible, with the only limit being your imagination.

Founded more than 45 years ago, shortly after Joel returned from a tour of duty in Vietnam, Joe Singer Jewelry quickly became a go-to destination in Chicagoland’s bustling Jewelers Row for anyone seeking the finest custom jewelry at the best prices. Known for outstanding customer service and attention to detail, the company excels at crafting woven rings and woven wedding bands of all styles.

Jewelers Row in Chicago, IL is bounded by Washington to the north, Monroe to the south, Wabash to the east, and State St. to the west. It is located in the heart of Chicagoland’s famous Loop, and is nearby prominent tourist destinations including The Art Institute of Chicago, The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and many others.