This wedding ring is a custom made Mokume-Gane ring from Andura Design. I truly appreciate the wood grain look on the wedding band, giving an organic feel to the shimmer of the diamonds. Related articles Koori and Avani Mokume Gane … Continue reading
Mother of pearl! I always feel like somebody’s watching me!
A princess cut amethyst ring set in a silver band with studs for extra flair. http://www.etsy.com/listing/59394191/silver-fairy-princess-ring-green-peridot Related articles Wedding Wednesday: Fairy Tale Inspiration (raymondleejewelersblog.com) 7 Amazing Stories of Lost and Re-Found Wedding Rings (neatorama.com)
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The Claddagh symbolizes love (the heart), loyalty (the crown), and friendship (the hands), and has a whole tradition on how it must be worn. If you are married you wear the Claddagh on your left hand with the crown pointing away from your heart. If you are single and looking you wear the Claddagh on your right hand with the crown pointing towards your heart.
Another wedding ring showing the use of the diamond not as the main stone but as an accent. Not only, but brilliant is all over this ring, literally! Both the aquamarine and fleur de lis diamonds are brilliant cut.
A ring using a very unusual pearl and diamond cluster that gives a snowy sunflower look. Now that IS unusual!
This chic ring is made in platinum for strength with an art deco style of princess cut sapphires and diamonds. The shoulder diamonds were added to the design three days before it was actually completed!
Old heirloom brilliant cut diamond gets a new kind of sparkle with a pair of double step-down baguette cut emerald shoulders.
Before you ask, yes, it’s named after the guy who drew the funny upways and downways and sideways and backways and all other ways stairs. Personally, I like him better a ring!
Personally, I like a ruby that defies the stereotype! You go, gemstone!