Rebecca was unable to wear her wedding, engagement and eternity rings together as they were just too bulky, so she booked a design appointment to see what could be done.
Each ring held huge sentimental value so during her initial design appointment, Rebecca and our manager Natalie came up with the idea to create a split ring shank to go around the original setting on her engagement ring - a bit like it was giving her engagement ring a ‘hug’!
After a second appointment to lay out the order of the stones, (which was very much led by Rebecca’s children - they have an eye for design!) we were ready to get to work.
Our goldsmith Behzad melted down the gold from the original rings, and started work to create the new shank.
Once the shank had been built and the trilogy placed in the centre, it was then ready to be sent to our setter. This ring has 3 different setting styles which is very unusual, so it had to be sent to our most experienced setter to ensure that all three styles were completed perfectly.
This was one of Natalie’s favourite designs to date, as each section of the ring is so unique to the others. Although it is a single ring, you can still see the definition between the wedding, engagement and eternity rings.
The final piece includes the character from Rebecca’s original rings, with a new modern twist - literally!