Wear your Memories

Here’s a Pendant with a lovely story! T wanted to make a pendant for his partner, with a pattern created based on the locations of their hometowns - as well as Singapore, where they met! He sent us an illustration of his idea, so we just needed to translate it into jewellery. He selected the... Continue Reading →

A Danish Anniversary Tradition

Here’s a lovely tradition that we hadn’t heard of before! In Denmark people celebrate 12.5 years of marriage. Being the halfway mark to 25, it sure is a reason to celebrate. M brought his and his wife’s rings to us, to build a thin ring to join onto their existing rings. These new rings, which... 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 →

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 →

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... Continue Reading →

New Minimalist Jewellery

Designer Andrea showing Sara her latest designs. Here with Leaf Necklace in Silver. On our latest trip to Stockholm we picked up some new silver jewellery from Drakenberg Sjölin. Inspired by nature, Andrea's designs are bold enough to spruce up any outfit - whether for work or play. Scandinavian design is loved by minimalists, for the clean lines and simple... Continue Reading →

Matching Rather than Identical II

Custom making matching rather than identical wedding rings, has become the norm with our customers. Following are some examples of wedding rings that are connected with each other, but without being identical. Much like a couple in good relationship 😉 Made in the same shape - Hers in Original White Gold, and his is Sterling... Continue Reading →

Letting the Design Lead

The million-dollar question Does size matter? Yes, it does. Sometimes smaller is much better. Below are a few Engagement ring designs where the Diamond was used as an accent rather than the main attraction. Inspired by the flowers that his fiancee works with, this ring is made with a leaf in mind.  His fiancee wanted a... Continue Reading →

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