finally, i’d love to redesign my own wedding set with mineralogydesign, a creative chicago-based shop that i’ve been lucky enough to interview for a shop feature here on EFOTD. i love love love this opal-and-diamond engagement ring, plus paired with that diamond curve band!! beautiful.
red, white, and blue gemstone rings by onegarnetgirl // 1 | 2 | 3
royal red garnet prong-set solitaire, white moissanite bezel-set in recycled gold, or a grouping of five stunning blue sapphires all in a row … one of onegarnetgirl’s beautiful fine jewelry rings would be ready to rock this 4th of july.
i’ve done a shop feature on mineralogydesign before, and i have one of their necklaces. swoon. i couldn’t let today’s theme thursday pass without showing off three of my favorite turquoise gemstone finds here!!
custom ‘antique’ hexagonal art deco engagement ring by chaseandscoutdesign
this setting is cast in eco-friendly recycled gold directly from a vintage 1920s engagement ring in the seller’s estate collection, and it’s set with a conflict-free moissanite stone. i love the unique shape, the filigreed setting, and the kind alternatives in this lovely ring.
DAY TWO BLITZ: unique engagement rings from mineralogydesign feature: recycled gold diamond curve band (and prong-set yellow diamond ring)
soooooo i totally didn’t get enough rings yet … so here are a few more finds from one of my former shop feature sellers, mineralogydesign. they’ve recently come out with some GORGEOUS new designs, including this curvy diamond band that would pair super well with any number of solitaires. plus, they’re made from recycled gold. love.
another classic EFOTD go-to for wedding-related jewelry (really, any fine jewelry) is onegarnetgirl. her clean lines and beautiful stones set her style apart, and these solitaire rings are to. die. for.
be sure to dig into more wedding ring finds (with more details and more stones!) from onegarnetgirl, too!