Category Archives: Wedding Bands

New Waveform Ring and Jewelry for Network Administrators by Sakurako Shimizu

Wedding Rings Created by Sound from Sakurako Shimizu became very popular. Now artist makes waveform ring with 3D printing and casting method instead of laser-cutting techniques. The benefit of this process is that a ring will be created as one piece, making it more durable for everyday wear as a wedding band.

New waveform ring by Sakurako Shimizu

Jewelry for Network Administrators is a collection created by Sakurako Shimizu in collaboration with the new media artist Marcin Ramocki. In this collection you can find bracelets, brooches, pins, necklaces and pendants made out of silver. Each of these masterpieces is based on online diagrams of computer network topologies. If you are interested in custom waveform jewelry or wearable pieces for geeks from Network Administrators collection then please visit Sakurako Shimizu blog. Read More »

Amazing Wedding Jewelry Sketches by Design Masters

If you decided to do probably one of the most important steps in your life and get married, the bridal ring is the thing necessary for you. Design Masters offer the line of the items which won’t be preferred by everyone but by those who are fond of the bold and bright ideas.

Designer Exclusive 14K Black Gold Pink Sapphire Duchess Trumpet Flower and Vine Ring

Every ring is made per customer special order and all your wishes will be taken into consideration. Design Masters Brand uses only top quality sorts of gold and diamonds of different sizes and colours. You can be sure that these rings will catch the attention to your happiness without any doubt. Read More »

The Essence of Perfection in Jewelry by Michael B

Commitment to excellence. This is the motto of Michael B, the designer of the Turkish origin. In my opinion he succeeded. As for me I really enjoy the endless sophistication of Michael B collections. The jewels are made such finest materials as platinum, gold and diamonds mined in Russia.

Jewelry pieces from Michael B are suitable to become the elegant queen of the evening. Nothing odd, only perfect forms and the play of the diamond’s gleams. Each item by this brand is carefully handcrafted with the attention to the details using only the finest materials of high quality and rare production techniques. So the quantity of the pieces is limited. Read More »

Nature Friendly Jewelry from Bario-Neal

Bario-Neal offers handcrafted jewelry pieces made with reclaimed precious metals, ethically sourced stones, and low-impact, environmentally conscious practices. This brand is the result of collaboration between Anna Bario and Page Neal. Designers from Bario-Neal are committed to environmental responsibility, ethical sourcing and marriage equality and paying much attention to the social issues facing the jewelry industry.

Bario-Neal participates in the Madison Dialogue, a cross-sector initiative established to promote communication and collaboration among companies, civil society groups and others seeking to encourage best practices, sustainable economic development, and verified sources of responsible gold, diamonds and other minerals. Read More »

The Story of a Jeweler: Karin Jacobson

I attended the Perpich Center for Arts Education, otherwise known as the Minnesota arts high school and had a jewelry making class that I loved taught by Cheryl Rydmark, a jeweler who now lives in northern California. I ended up getting an apprenticeship with Cheryl, which we originally thought would just be for the summer, but I ended up working for her for almost 7 years, during which time I attended college.

In 1999, I started my own business, growing it slowly from a part-time business in a shared studio space, to a full-time business in a big sunny space of my own, although I still work alone. I sell wholesale to stores and do quite a lot of custom wedding rings. I really try to use the most eco-friendly and socially conscientious materials for my work, which means using recycled metals, and gems which are either recycled, fair trade or laboratory-grown. Read More »

The Story of a Jeweler: Neta Wolpe

My name is Neta Wolpe and I am an Israeli born jeweler. I have been designing jewelry for over twenty years. Having studied both within Israel and at academies abroad I have had many opportunities refine my jewelry and design skills. I am inspired by the rich life and culture that surrounds me.

I was also strongly influenced by my mother who was an art teacher and crafter. As a child I was lucky enough to join her and her friends while they worked on their own projects such as sewing themselves dresses and bags. My participation in their creative process taught me the basics of design and instilled in me a love of art and self-reliance. Read More »

Exclusively Handmade Wedding Rings by Hava Lazar

Hava Lazar is Jerusalem based jewelry brand founded by husband and wife team who have been designing and making jewelry for over 30 years. Many new couples come to Hava Lazar to buy wedding bands because their parents bought their wedding bands in this shop. All these wedding rings exclusively handcrafted from white, yellow and rose recycled gold.

Artisans from Hava Lazar take inspiration from the nature, trees, stars and geometric shapes. They learned the art of jewelry design and jewelry manufacturing from the father of one of them. They use the traditional methods he taught them. Artisans make the whole process in their workshop, from the melting of the gold to get the exact color and karat till the last finishes. Read More »

Truly Gorgeous Wedding Jewelry by Anjays Designs

First of all, my inspiration comes from my early childhood watching my father work hard in his jewelry store. I never knew I would grow up to be a jeweler, but found my artistic abilities and desire to create things led me up the same road. I also am intrigued and inspired by nature and all aspects of it.

As an artist in the jewelry business I feel comfortable using all the precious metals. Most of the materials I use are gold and platinum, although I can use just about any metal a custom prefers. I also use diamonds and semi-precious stones such as sapphire, rubies, emeralds, morganite, topaz and etc. Read More »

The Story About Close Friendship And A Love Of Art And Design – Artisan Impact

We are 3 partners. It all began when we met at the age of 14 in the arts high school where 2 of us studied sculpture, ceramics, drawing and design. We now design Sterling silver mixed gold Jewlery with natural stones, since 1991. Our studio is located in Israel. Four years ago, Ev moved to Canada and we transferred our marketing office to Montreal. We create in Israel and sell from Montreal.

We dedicate ourselves to our creativity and skills. We have developed techniques that resonate powerfully through our contemporary jewelry designs, with the craftsmanship and detail of old Yemeni and Middle Eastern cultures, creating a distinct look for each piece of jewelry. By working with sterling silver, gold and natural gemstones, we create an unconventional mixture of contemporary and ethnic designs. The use of intricate filigree work in our designs also demonstrates the impact of different cultures of our work. What is also great about our jewelry is that it is for women and men any age, and we are accessible from and ship to anywhere on the planet. Read More »

The Story of a Jeweler: Doron Merav – An Architect and A Goldsmith

My name is Doron Merav and I am an architect, sculptor and jewelry designer. Before my architecture studies and during, I was painting and sculpting in wood, stone and steel. I wasn’t interested in jewelry. So how is it that today I am a full time jewelry designer selling my designs online and in different shops around the world?

During my architecture studies I visited a friend from the university who was a jewelry designer. He showed me the tools and taught me basic technique. I realized that jewelry making is sort of a variation of sculpting. Design studies at the university combined with my experience as a sculptor drove me to buy the necessary equipment and start creating. I have studied alone, experimenting in my home workshop with new materials and techniques. Read More »