Bath Ladies Rugby Proposal

We recently had the honour to provide an engagement ring for an incredibly joyful and public proposal that would take place at the climax of a Bath Rugby Ladies game! The euphoric moment came when our client Ben proposed to his gloriously grass-stained girlfriend on the pitch.

Daniel Evans, Head of Sports Content at The Chronicle writes: “There was a triple celebration for Bath Rugby Ladies on Saturday. The side retained their Webb Ellis Somerset Women’s Cup crown in front of over 200 fans at the Rec, in a game that was part of the International Women’s Day festivities … there were ecstatic scenes post-match, when 2nd XV skipper Sarah Dickinson got engaged on the pitch.”

“At the final whistle, Benjamin Head, partner of 2nd XV skipper Dickinson, came onto the pitch and dropped to one knee, to which Dickinson gladly accepted, before the pair were swallowed up under the embrace of her team-mates.” Full article here.

Following the happy day, and in the run up to the wedding, Ben and Sarah came back to us together to commission their wedding rings, and an unusual pair of long, slim baguette cut dress earrings for the bride to wear on the big day.

We’d like to thank the happy couple for choosing us for their multiple pieces of forever-jewellery and hope they will serve as a fabulous reminder of what was clearly some of the best days of their entire lives! We’re delighted to have been some small part of them. Congratulations to the amazing Sarah and Ben!


All items of Nicholas Wylde jewellery can be made to your budget by varying the size and grade of stones, changing the metal or even designing a piece based on the above item. A special bespoke order may take up to five weeks which is made in our workshop. Bespoke items do not necessarily cost more than a pre-made item.

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