Don’t we often wonder what the journey of a ring is? Whose hand wore it? How many years passed and experiences it came in contact with? Taking a stone out of its old setting and repurposing it, still gives it a connection with the past.
Susan’s grandmother’s wedding ring had gorgeous, old mine cut diamonds and the setting was vintage but extremely worn. Susan decided to repurpose her grandmother’s stones, giving a whole new meaning to, “something old, something new!”
The bride to be opted for a cleaner, more modern look. Shown here set on a wide band, 1.13 ct center stone with approximately .50 ct diamonds on either side. A high polish around the bezel with a sandblast finish on the shank, making these stones look even brighter.
Grandmother’s memory is carried forward. With matching wedding bands for the couple, I hear wedding bells. Congratulations to Susan and David.
Have an infinitely modern day!