Celebrating the Future

The years 2020 and 2021 might not seem like years to celebrate, living with a pandemic, but there have been occasions to celebrate, nonetheless. The birth of a baby, is one such occasion. These are some ways we were part in celebrating the arrival of new family members. The birthstone of January, Garnet, set in... Continue Reading →

Family Diamonds for Engagement Rings

Isn’t it wonderful to see jewellery passed down through the family? These engagement rings make use of diamonds that were already in the family. Before: This wasn’t a bad looking ring, but M wanted an engagement ring that was as slim as possible, so even this band was too wide. After: Gorgeous and delicate with... Continue Reading →

Individual Wedding Rings

If you and your partner have different taste in jewellery, you can choose to make wedding rings that suit your individual styles. Here are some examples of couples who chose to make wedding rings that don’t look alike. Hers is a ring with rivet-set diamonds and a v-shape to sit around her engagement ring. She... Continue Reading →

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? There is no One-size-fits-all when it comes to... Continue Reading →

Celebrating the Birth of a Child

A couple of years ago, Angie had a necklace shortened with us. We removed several diamonds to make her necklace the right length. Using the removed diamonds, we made a pendant and a pair of earrings. But even after making those two items, there were a few diamonds left, so she kept them to use... 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 →

It Takes Two… to Design

We can only be as daring as our customers. It takes a customer who is open to an unusual design, for us to be able to make it. We can sketch and suggest wild options, but they only become jewellery if the customer wants to wear it. This customer was very open to suggestions. She... Continue Reading →

Redesign: East Meets West

S and her mother-in-law brought in a pair of old bangles - whose history they could trace back through the family to 1880s India - together with a ring that has been worn for generations by the European side of the family. She wanted to combine the two into one item that could show the... 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 →

A Different Kind of Proposal Item

Vincent contacted us to have a Proposal Pendant made. Being an unusual choice, we decided to ask him some questions. Traditionally, people propose with a ring. You chose to make a Pendant to propose with. Could you explain why.  First of all, I would like to take this opportunity to thank More Than Diamonds for the... 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 →

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