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Two rings that share a common link
When Danny and Maike came to the studio I knew it was going to be fun to work with them on their wedding rings. They are an incredibly lovely couple who always make you feel so warm and fuzzy.
Danny works in design and Maike is one of those naturally stylish women who effortlessly looks fabulous all the time. I suggested the two of them visit a generic jeweller in town to try on rings to see which metal they preferred. After trying on several rose gold, yellow gold and platinum rings they both decided that platinum was the material for them. Maike, who is German, wanted precious stones set in her ring and was quick to decide that they should be green, as reminder of Danny’s Irish heritage – so emeralds were the clear choice.
They wanted two rings that shared a common link so I began working on some ideas. I wanted the two rings to be effortlessly stylish and decided that Danny’s ring should simply hold the impressions of Maya’s ring on the outside. I carved out five circular impressions on Danny’s ring – like a Morse Code with a secret message that sends love in both directions.
Congratulations you two lovely people!
Laura packages all her custom rings with their own special care instructions and packages them up in a handmade wooden box made by the New Zealand company at GIVE. These guys make beautiful bespoke wooded jewellery boxes for Coral Covey that are made from sustainable forest woods with care, quality and workmanship.
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