Sapphire Hercules Love Knot Ring
The story we created for E was distilled into a double ring that features a yellow gold vintage inspired outer ring that holds a unique bi-colour blue green sapphire (because E loves the ocean & appreciates the little details). Hidden on the inside was a second white gold Hercules love knot ring, to represent their love that strengthened when tested. The different metals reflect their two personalities fused together in to one.
Hercules Love Knot Signet Ring
For S, we created an unusual hexagon signet style ring. Why hexagon? Because it is the shape of life, and a shape that often features in his artwork. The star of this ring is the secret flipping mechanism that shows the sapphire star on one side, and the Hercules love knot on the other.
Being an artist, S always comes home with paint on their hands, so we also created a flipping mechanism to protect the sapphire when S is hard at work. And engraved on the inside of the ring is their little secret that we will never tell.
A ring fit for royalty, the Princess Carriage ring reflects M and S’s inside joke about their inner princess’.The bespoke engagement ring features a yellow gold band and an emerald stone nestled in an intricate princess carriage that has a touch of art deco and geometric shapes that M loves.
Angel Star Ring
Comparing his then fiancee-to-be an ‘angel’, the star was selected to symbolise that connection as written in the bible. Featuring the star as the setting of the main stone, the ring also incorporates a total of 17 diamonds which celebrates the number of years they have been together.
This ring tells the story of P’s unique spirit and passion for marine life and the sea. The platinum ring features delicate coral-like prongs that hold the cluster of Sapphires in different shades of the sea. The blue Sapphires are presented in the asymmetry of free-spirited bubbles as they break the surface of the waves.
Grand Central Rings
With a whirlwind, ‘movie-like’ proposal at Grand Central station in New York, the couple decides that it will be the story they wish to tell in their wedding bands as a reminder in many years to come. Featuring a stack design to show off etchings on the inside to mirror the location, the scallops on the outside represents the umbrellas he had used to propose to her with the help of his friends which spelt out ‘marry me’.
Dragon & Phoenix Rings
To represent the two unique personalities and the coming together of their Malay and Chinese heritage, we designed into the ring a Dragon, I’s Chinese Zodiac, meeting the phoenix silhouette formed by foliage representing A’s love of nature. The Dragon and the Phoenix meet at the Sido Muki, a diamond shaped batik pattern traditionally worn during wedding ceremonies, a symbol their commitment to come together to create a joyful and prosperous marriage.
Travellers Constellation Ring & Earring
Look to the stars for guidance. Inspired by the constellation in the night sky, the Tsavorite Garnet Earring features vibrant bezel set in star, and 4 round pearls with a big, beautiful Tsavorite in the centre.
The vintage style Rubellite Garnet Ring also features the four points of the travel compass. It can be worn alone or may be stacked with the outer ring for a bold statement look.
Be By My Side Bracelet
For A, we designed an Eternity Bracelet using diamonds from her father, whom she wished to commemorate. We paired the father's diamonds side by side with her own, reminding her that he is forever by her side. Also hidden on the inside of the clasp are the birthstones of hers and her other loves, strategically placed so she knows they are always close to her lifeline.
The rainbow ring is inspired by the story of double rainbow sighted in Taiwan before the arrival of two bundles of joy.
It features a line of Sapphires and Tsavorites reflecting his sons’ favorites colors, spotlighting a removable ring that features the Sapphire solitaire handpicked by S.
1. Measure your fingers at the end of day as your finger size will be different at different times of the day.
Fingers tend swell up during the course of the day as your blood pressure rises.
2. Measure your finger size 3 to 4 times to get a more accurate measure.
3. Your fingers might also swell if you are pregnant or if you are on medication. Take this into account when measuring your fingers.
Here are some tips on how you can measure your finger:
First, cut a cardboard strip measuring 0.5cm wide and 15cm long.
Then, wrap the cardboard around the finger to be sized.
Once it’s done, slide the cardboard up to the knuckle, as the ring must be sized large enough to able to slip off and on, over the knuckle.
Next, use a pen to mark on the cardboard where the long end overlaps.
Measure the mark from the end of the length of paper or string with a ruler.
Locate your ring size by locating your measurement against our size chart.
Should the measurement falls in between two sizes, we recommend that you choose the larger size.
|Inner Circumference||Carrie K. Size/ US, Canada, Mexico||UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand||Italy, Spain, Netherlands||France||Germany|
|46.8 mm||4||H||6.75||46 1/2||15|
|48 mm||4.5||I||8||47 3/4||15 1/4|
|49.3 mm||5||J 1/2||9.25||49||15 3/4|
|50.6 mm||5.5||K 1/2||10.5||50 1/4||16|
|51.9 mm||6||L 1/2||11.75||52 3/4||16 1/2|
|53.1 mm||6.5||M 1/2||13.25||54||17|
|54.4 mm||7||N 1/2||14.5||55 1/4||17 1/4|