There are so many options when designing engagement and wedding rings – and countless possible combinations. Some people choose a simple engagement ring and a more elaborate wedding ring, while others want a plain wedding band that they can wear anytime, anywhere. Here are a few combinations that differ from the first image that usually comes to mind.
J wanted her engagement ring to have a diamond halo that was raised over the wedding ring. This way, there is no gap between the rings, making the combination look like a double-band.
Instead of a cage under the Diamond (left), we placed the halo flat on top of the band (right), so that it would be raised above the wedding ring.
We made this floral-inspired lacy ring to curve under and around the Blue Sapphire engagement ring. It looks gorgeous on its own as well.
The Moonstone sits on top of a double band and the rope ring can be removed and worn on its own, as a wedding ring.
Engagement ring and wedding ring worn together. Wearing the rings like this, makes one solid ring.
What does your favourite combination look like?
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