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 was used for weddings as a symbol of eternity by the Ancient Greeks, and has since been the traditional shape of the wedding ring. Ancient Greeks aside, we think these matching rings for her and him are a lovely way to show shared taste and eternal love.

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Her ring with Oma’s Diamond, and his ring in a more masculine version without gemstones

 

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Beautifully matching, these two rings are all they need for both engagement and wedding

 

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One comment

  1. I truly like to complete reading your post. Thank you so much for taking the time to share such a nice information about the diamond engagement ring.

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