Case Study: Eliminating the Gap II

J brought her Engagement ring to us with the hopes that we could create a wedding ring to go with it. Being an heirloom Diamond, it is not  a ring she wears everyday, but she still wants to be able to wear both rings together.

Diamondring_curve

The trick was to make a ring that would not compete with the Diamond, yet stand on its own when worn alone. We needed a ring that was solid  enough to match the large Engagement ring. The rope detailing breaks the set visually, so that it is not simply a repeat of the Diamond ring. The curve sits beautifully around the Diamond – and looks so simple and classic on its own!

Curved_ropering

For more inspiration, see Case Study: Eliminating the Gap

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