Matching Rather than Identical III

It’s been a while since we showcased them on the blog, but we have still been busy making a lot of Matching rather than identical wedding rings. Here is a selection to get you inspired…


While not easy to spot at first glance, these rings were made following one-another. Hers is a ribbon-shape that we chose to make with straight edges for a less girly look. His ring takes the lead from the ‘waist’ of her ring, but in a more irregular shape and with a hammered finish.


Her ring is made in four sections with rows of diamonds set in each section. The sparkle of the diamonds contrast with the matte finish of the ring. He chose flat sides to sit comfortably between the fingers and they both chose the same colour and finishing – Original white gold with matte finish.


These rings are made in the same shape – hers is shiny with a bezel set Topaz and his is slightly wider, plain and with a matte finish. Both his and hers are made in sterling silver.



Her ring overlaps at five point, his ring has five slanted edges. Both are made in rose gold – we kept his raw and made hers shiny.


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How we made the Wedding Rings
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