Matching Rather than Identical IV

Did you read our latest post Choosing Not to Match Wedding Rings? If that's not for you, then this might suit you better. We have made it our signature to design wedding rings that are matching rather than identical. Here are some of our latest projects. From Left to Right:  Hers, a V-shaped textured ring... Continue Reading →

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 →

Inspired by Nature

We have previously written about D who proposed with a tulip ring. Well, he and his fiancée 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 →

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 →

Wedding Cube Ring

Remember Yiz and Junhan with the three engagement rings? They came back recently to make their wedding rings. Since Yiz had three rings that she enjoys wearing on different fingers different days, she didn't want to add one more ring. Instead, we resized so that the cube ring will now only fit on the ring... Continue Reading →

Engagement Rings with Gemstones

Diamonds may be beautiful and sparkly, but they have recently been getting competition from other coloured gemstones as centrepieces in Engagement Rings. Coloured gemstones are stunning and unusual - both being traits that are favourable when designing an engagement ring. The variety of colours and shapes can also make gemstones more suitable for each individual's personality.... Continue Reading →

Anniversary Necklace

Lesley brought an old ring in for resetting. Using her existing Diamonds, we redesigned them into this playful, asymmetrical ring. She was very happy with the look of her ring - modern and fun, with the Unplated White Gold highlighting the Diamonds even better than her old ring. Recently, her husband came in to make an Anniversary present, and... Continue Reading →

Last minute changes turned out great

Ed came to us thinking that he wanted a really simple wedding band, but when we were done with the design of his fiancees ring, he was also hooked on custom designing. Last minute, he decided that he wanted his ring to have that Something that made it his very own. At first glance, this ring looks like a plain... Continue Reading →

Traditional turns Fresh

You probably have some jewellery at home that was given to you by a family member or older relative. Chances are, you think that you will never wear them, because they were made when the fashion was different. Here is an example of a traditional type or earrings that got a fresh new look, by making... 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 →

Inspired by Kate Middleton’s Ring

What would be better than receiving Kate Middleton's Engagement Ring? We would say, being proposed to with a ring that was custom designed for you, inspired by the Duchess' ring. B knew that his girlfriend liked Kate Middelton's ring but wanted to make a ring that would suit her personality even better. With the Diamond... 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 →

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