A Bespoke Platinum Orchid Sapphire Engagement Ring

A Bespoke Platinum Orchid Sapphire Engagement Ring

Our customer was looking for something different. Something you don't find on the shelf, and that would be completely personal to them.
After a special holiday, where the couple mined rough sapphires together, it was a dream scenario to then have an engagement ring made using the stone here at Thorpe & Brown.
With a love of Orchids, the inspiration was clear, and the Orchid Ring was created.
We used CAD technology to design & make a model of the ring, before casting in Platinum. Meanwhile, the rough Sapphire was cut into a cabochon, and finally set in the finished ring.
we used cad to design & create a model of the engagement ringthe model is cast in platinumpolishing & finishing the platinum sapphire orchid engagement ring
Are you looking for something unique?  Read more below on not following the pack...
When it comes to engagement rings, there's no shortage of traditional styles and designs to choose from. However, some couples prefer something a little more unique and unconventional. Unusual engagement rings offer a chance to showcase individuality and creativity, and can be a great conversation starter. Here are some ideas for unusual engagement rings:
  1. Coloured gemstones: While diamonds are the most popular choice for engagement rings, coloured gemstones offer a unique and unexpected twist. Sapphires, emeralds, and rubies are classic choices, but there are also more unconventional options like morganite, aquamarine, and tanzanite. Each gemstone has its own symbolism and meaning, making them a great way to personalise an engagement ring.

  2. Non-traditional shapes & cuts: Instead of the traditional round or princess cut diamond, consider an engagement ring with an unusual shape. Pear, oval, marquise, and cushion cuts are all unique and eye-catching, as are more abstract shapes like hexagons or triangles. Even non-faceted stones, such as cabochon are another great choice.

  3. Mixed metals: Combining different metals in an engagement ring can create a unique and striking look. Mixing gold and white metals, rose gold and platinum can add dimension and texture to a ring.

  4. Nature-inspired: For nature lovers, a nature-inspired engagement ring can be a beautiful and meaningful choice. Rings with leaf or flower motifs, or those featuring raw or rough-cut gemstones, can capture the beauty of the natural world.

  5. Vintage or antique: For a truly one-of-a-kind engagement ring, consider a vintage or antique ring. These rings have a unique history and character that cannot be replicated, and can often be found at a lower price point than new rings.

  6. Minimalist designs: Sometimes, less is more. A minimalist engagement ring can be a sleek and modern choice. Think simple bands, geometric shapes, or a single stone set in a delicate setting.

  7. Personalised engravings: While not a physical design element, a personalised engraving can add an extra layer of meaning to an engagement ring. Consider engraving a meaningful date, quote, or the couple's initials.

In conclusion, unusual engagement rings offer a chance to break away from tradition and create a ring that is uniquely personal and meaningful. From coloured gemstones to minimalist designs, there are endless options for couples who want to showcase their individuality and creativity. When choosing an unusual engagement ring, it's important to consider personal style, symbolism, and budget. With the right ring, a couple can celebrate their love in a truly unforgettable way.
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