Liz was devastated when she lost her engagement ring in between moves.
Losing an engagement ring can be traumatic for any engaged or married individual with grief stemming from the loss of an item to which we have grown psychologically attached to the perceived bad omen associated with the loss.
Luckily, Liz kept her cool and saw the loss as an opportunity to update the ring and utilize some other unused jewelry from her and her husband’s collection to recreate the engagement ring. Liz, although saddened by her loss, knew this was an opportunity to make her engagement ring better than ever!
Liz wanted something with tons of diamonds, so it was great that she was able to provide us with four diamond-heavy pieces (both rings and necklaces and including a ring that belonged to her husband’s grandmother). These pieces allowed us to redesign the original ring with tons of diamond bling.
We started the redesign by assessing what we had: the four pieces of jewelry that Liz had provided us with to take diamonds from for the new piece.
Original jewelry picture
Because we had so many lovely diamonds to work with we decided on a selection of stackable rings so we could use as much of the original diamond material as possible. With so many diamonds to work with we were able to make something with a variety of wearable options so we would never get old. With our design of three different stackable rings she could wear one alone or all together for more special occasions! It also meant that Liz could lose two more rings and still have her engagement ring (although we’re sure she won’t)!
Stackable ring sketches
Rhino 3D CAD
New ring castings
We created two cluster-set diamond rings set in platinum with curves and one larger prong set diamond ring in 18k rose gold. Because there are three rings, the rings can be worn in any variety of combinations to create a seemingly-endless way to wear the rings for something different for different days, weeks, years, or outfits.
variety of combinations
We were as excited as Liz by all the different options ranging from simple and flush to complex and bold. When wearing all three at the same time, Liz noted her ring finger looked like a queen wearing her crown.
We couldn’t agree more.
Materials: Ring 1: 18k rose gold with round diamond in cut down setting, Ring 2 and 3: platinum with round diamond in prong setting
Manufacturing Level: Difficult
Design Level: Medium
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