Did you buy a small diamond because your budget didn’t allow for more at the time? Now your taste is different – or maybe your fingers changed? Perhaps you never really liked the design and now is finally the time to change it. There are plenty of reasons for redesigning your engagement and wedding rings.
M had a beautiful Aquamarine engagement ring, but she was not happy with the way that it looked next to her wedding ring. We remade the whole set, by enhancing the Aquamarine with a double band so that the gap between the engagement and wedding ring wouldn’t be too great. We made the wedding eternity ring in the same width as the engagement ring bands, so they look uniform when worn together. On the finger, it looks like an Aquamarine on a triple band of diamonds.
P had a simple engagement ring with a Princess cut diamond and she wanted to change the design to a more geometric look with a frame around the centrepiece. We created a design with two frames in different levels, while still making sure that the ring would sit nicely together with her existing wedding ring. The white gold centrepiece in combination with a yellow gold band, was a look P wanted to retain from the original engagement ring.
M had worn her engagement and wedding ring for nearly two decades and was considering buying a new diamond as she wanted a fresh look. Instead, we suggested setting her pear-shaped diamond horizontally in a bezel setting. To sit next to it, we made a curved wedding ring with diamonds and the result was a totally transformed set without buying a new diamond.
A Drop of Dew, Reinterpreted
Un-blinging a Wedding Ring Set
Before and After: Gemstones
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