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 →

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 →

Eliminating the Gap, Part III

The gap between engagement ring and wedding ring does not seem to be quite as much of an issue with our clients now compared to a few years ago. That being said, we do still design wedding rings to sit nicely together with the engagement ring. Sometimes we make the engagement ring and wedding rings at... Continue Reading →

Curved Wedding Rings

Sometimes you only need a small twist to make your wedding rings special. Following are some curved wedding rings to get your ideas flowing.  Plain curved wedding rings with brushed finish. Simple, yet different.  Curved Slim Wedding Rings. Hers with Pink and White Diamonds, his clean and simple.  Diamond Solitaire and Diamond Eternity Ring sit nicely... Continue Reading →

How We Made the Wedding Rings

Remember our Twin-Proposal Ring? With the engagement ring consisting of two rings, it might seem difficult to wear together with yet another ring, but this is how we solved the issue: We made the wedding ring curved, to fit between the two rings. This way, they can be worn all 3 together, or with either... Continue Reading →

Case Study: Eliminating the Gap

This customer's Engagement Ring had a slim band and the 4 claws set in a way that can make the gap even larger if you want to wear it together with a wedding band. In order to make a wedding ring that would look good worn together with the engagement ring, we had to come... Continue Reading →

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