Designing an Engagement Ring

'She wants something simple', 'She doesn't really wear jewellery', 'She suggested I'd propose with a ring pull'. These are some of the briefs we get for engagement rings. How do you design an engagement ring when this is all the info you get out of your girlfriend? Figuring out what she wants There is no... Continue Reading →

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 →

Mummy Dearest

You might be familiar with our Goldilocks mum necklace that has been popular since we started making it many years ago. We recently got a custom design request to make a mummy necklace with the mother's birthstone (Topaz for November) added to the chain. This lovely piece was made for mummy just in time for her... Continue Reading →

Family Diamonds for Wedding

F wanted to use his father's old wedding ring as his own, so we resized it to fit him and made a matching ring for his wife-to-be, C. Classic, plain wedding rings in Rose Gold, made to follow the groom's inherited ring In addition to the plain wedding bands, C&F wanted to make a ring... 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 →

Inherited Diamond for Engagement Ring

L brought us a ring that had belonged to his Oma (grandmother) that he wanted to set into a ring design that would better suit his future wife. From the start, we had to throw tradition out the window, as he wanted a ring that was curved around the finger, but did not join on top. The continuous circle of a 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 →

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 →

Do we stay the same?

To wear matching clothes as young children is one thing, but not many of us match our siblings as we grow older. As a matter of fact, there are probably more couples than siblings out there who match their t-shirts... Cheesy outfits aside, sometimes matching can be nice - when it is worn by people,... Continue Reading →

Just a Minute: Cheryl

Cheryl, a secondary school teacher, recently collected her third Goldilocks, and we took the opportunity to ask her a few questions. You just collected your third Goldilocks necklace - what keeps you coming back for more? I feel that Goldilocks is customisation in its truest sense, since no two pieces are alike. What do your three pieces stand for? 'tg' is... Continue Reading →

Year Year Have Fish

The Chinese idiom 年年有余 'Nian Nian You Yu' directly translated means 'Year Year Have Surplus'. The English translation would be 'May you have Abundance in life year after year'. This is a greeting commonly heard throughout Chinese New Year. The character 余 'yu' which means surplus or abundance sounds exactly like the character 鱼 'yu' which means fish.... Continue Reading →

Pretty in Pink

Rose gold, also known as pink gold, has been popular on the market for quite some time. Match it with white and yellow gold for a three-tone effect or wear a piece on its own as an alternative to the more common jewellery that is usually found in white or yellow gold. Many brides-to-be add... Continue Reading →

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