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Groom Creates Matching Wedding Rings From Panned Gold

Jan 2, 2015

Once he knew he was ready to take the next step with his girlfriend, John Greenwood had something very special in mind. Right away, you might think he had planned an epic proposal, but that wasn't it. John wanted to create the ring he would propose to Morag Shearer with on his own.

So, John spent 18 months looking for gold in the mountains of Scotland to turn into bands for Morag and himself. Once he had found about 70 grams of gold, he brought the precious metal to Grant Logan, a goldsmith, who would create the two rings for him. Discover just how amazing John's plan turned out to be.

In order to look for gold, John utilized a rake, trowel, shovel and gold pan.


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John meticulously looked for any gold he could find.


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Once he found the gold to be used in the rings, the precious metal had to be melted down.


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Then, Grant Logan, the goldsmith working on the rings, began using his artistic talent to create the gorgeous bands.


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The rings began to take their forms.


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The completed rings looked absolutely stunning.


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Here are Morag and John during their marriage ceremony.


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The rings fit perfectly.


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John sure went above and beyond to impress his future bride. Do you know anyone who has surprised their spouse-to-be in such a unique way? Tell us all about what they did in the comments below!

Credit: Elite Daily

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