This elegant women’s wedding ring features a pattern of hexagons all the way around the polished yellow gold band. It was created as part of a custom wedding set for a couple from Mercer Island, WA to go with this men’s wedding ring, and we designed both at the same time. This simultaneous development allowed us to match features between the two pieces exactly, and the clients were very happy with the way they turned out. Design Your Own Wedding Ring
The clients’ initial vision for this piece was to have a pattern of hexagons the same size as they were on the companion men’s band, but fewer rows of them since this ring was narrower. When we built this design in CAD, however, it didn’t come out looking exactly right, and so we instead scaled down the complete pattern from the men’s ring to fit on the thinner band.
Once the clients saw that version, they immediately fell in love with it and approved it to move into production. The surface pattern is intricate yet subtle. It achieves a satisfying balance between the organic and geometric styles, and the high polish finish gives is a smooth, classy glow.
Matching Wedding Bands
It was very important to these clients that their wedding rings look like a set. That’s why they wanted to use the same hexagonal pattern for both, but they did choose slightly different colored metals to better match their own personal styles. This women’s ring is made from 14k yellow gold, while the men’s was 14k unplated white gold. Matching Wedding Sets
This difference in color doesn’t take away from the unity of the set at all, though, thanks to the inclusion of the other shared features, which is a good thing to keep in mind when you’re considering how to design your own set. Utilizing some carefully-placed shared features, whether they’re gemstones, custom hand engraving, or metal type, can create a set of pieces that obviously belong together even though they’re not identical.
Includes: Pattern, Polished, Yellow Gold,
Details listed for size 5.50
14 KT Yellow Gold Ring
4 mm Wide