Choosing Not to Match Wedding Rings

Wedding rings don't need to look the same for bride and groom. We have discussed it previously in our Non-Matching Wedding Rings post. You can choose a design that suits your taste, even when the person you are marrying wants to wear a different looking ring. Following are some custom designed wedding rings that are different in... Continue Reading →

Redesigning Diamond Rings

C needed to repair her engagement ring and also wanted to redesign her wedding ring so that it would sit nicely next to the engagement ring. We made the wedding ring with a slight curve and chose a different type of claws for the Diamonds, so that the ring would look more delicate. Sketch of... Continue Reading →

An Engagement Ring for Wonder Woman

For this design project, the brief was Futuristic Wonder Woman, but with the weight and seriousness of an engagement ring. We sketched through a lot of different styles in the process, but when we got to this, we knew it was the one. It is a beautiful vintage-yet-modern ring fit for a real-life Wonder Woman. Cutting... Continue Reading →

Engagement and Wedding Ring Combos

There are so many options when designing engagement and wedding rings - and countless possible combinations. Some people choose a simple engagement ring and a more elaborate wedding ring, while others want a plain wedding band that they can wear anytime, anywhere. Here are a few combinations that differ from the first image that usually... Continue Reading →

Biggest is Not the Best

A new generation of jewellery wearers are redefining luxury. Gone are the days of surprise engagement rings and impressing through Diamond size. Cue the practical generation. Their rings are made to be worn, not kept in the safe. They make sure that there is money left for the downpayment of a home as well as the... Continue Reading →

Redesigning Inherited Jewellery

When redesigning jewellery that has been inherited from dear family members, we often try to see if there are any elements from the original design that could remain intact or be incorporated into a new design. Old Jewellery holds sentimental value, and it is quite special to be able to bring forward something from the... Continue Reading →

Family Diamonds for Wedding

F wanted to use his father's old wedding ring as his own, so we resized it to fit him and made a matching ring for his wife-to-be, C. Classic, plain wedding rings in Rose Gold, made to follow the groom's inherited ring In addition to the plain wedding bands, C&F wanted to make a ring... Continue Reading →

Inspired by Nature

We have previously written about D who proposed with a tulip ring. Well, he and his fiancĂ©e came back to design their wedding rings. This time, they wanted something that would contrast with the delicate beauty of the tulip, so we made a pair of rings  with a rougher texture, similar to that of the bark... Continue Reading →

Proposing with a Tulip

Jewellery with a floral theme is always popular and you can find many designs ranging all the way from cute and intricate to clean and modern. We prefer designs that are not too on the nose and are more inclined to draw inspiration from life rather than make our jewellery lifelike. However, sometimes a piece of nature is so pretty that we... Continue Reading →

Ouroboros Rings in Two Versions

B & L saw our Ouroboros rings and liked the symbolism, but wanted to change the design slightly in order to make the rings suit to their own taste. By doing this, the look of their wedding rings was significantly different from the previous pair that we had made. Left - Hers was made with a round band and a... Continue Reading →

Non-Matching Wedding Rings

We often say that we specialize in designing Matching rather than Identical wedding rings, but we also make rings that don't look alike at all. Some people want to match their rings exactly, others just want a hint of their partner in their ring. And then we have the couples who make their wedding rings just... Continue Reading →

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