We have several posts on this topic, since it’s a bit of a speciality for us. We love the challenge of making rings that are related, without looking exactly the same. Here are a few examples.
Hers is an overlapping infinity ring to sit well next to the engagement ring. We made his with a line following the curve on her ring, so they look matching (but not identical) when worn.
Both rings are in matte white gold, but in a his and hers version; hers is slimmer with edges that make it sit nicely with her engagement ring, his with notches that create the same number of sections as her ring.
These rings have filed in facets and look the same from the top, but hers is set with three little diamonds on the side, while his is plain.
This couple chose Blue Sapphire; hers is handcrafted in original white gold and claw setting, his in white gold with square stones in a channel setting.
Beautifully textured ring; hers in white gold and his in yellow gold.
Matching Rather than Identical
Matching Rather than Identical II
Matching Rather than Identical III
Matching Rather than Identical IV
Matching Rather than Identical – the Blue Sapphire Edition