Coarse and curvy wedding rings of silver - One of a kind Far from plain silver bands, these bright wedding rings seem to have a life of their own. The curved shape of the ring shanks makes them nestle comfortable between the fingers, while giving them a little twist to the viewer. I have filed them to give them a little extra character, but they would be beautiful highly polished or with a hammered surface too. And why not put a diamond or 3 into hers?
Her ring was to be created of rose gold, while his should be silver. Hers was polished absolutely shiny, while his was hammered. Next to each other, they were absolute contrasts, but they shared one feature: the softly curved shape.
These wedding rings have been partly created from the customers own used gold, partly from new silver and is a great example of a pair with two very different rings. His wedding band holds the original on the inside, while hers sports the original as a narrow and movable band on the outside. Read more about the creation of these OOAK wedding rings at my blog: http://castensjewellery.blogspot.com/2010/11/reforging-wedding-rings.html
Cool and coarse wedding rings with diamonds- one of a kind If regular shiny bling is boring you, these 14k gold rings are perfect. I have given the pair a hardcore treatment with my coarsest file and set 3 feminine 0,02 carat diamonds in her ring for some understated bling
Wedding rings are never identical when coming from my hands - even when they are based on the same design. These rings are based on the Embrace theme, which in this version has become a delicately curved and airy ring with a balanced yet asymmetrical design. His ring is a bit different too because it is curved, which provides the ring with character without being actually embellished.