Post # 1
I recently joined this site and I have seen so many wonderful rings on here, many of which are custom made (including my own) but I never see who made them, so I thought it would be nice to recognise the people that made these special one of a kind creations. 🙂
My Fiance had a custom set of E-rings made by:
Milton Kraser, made both of them all over the phone/email and Skype as we live in FL and he is located in CA, so it really does not matter where you live you can still have the creation you dream of.
Post # 3
my and FI’s rings were made by the fine folks at designet in grand island, NY. their website is http://www.raru.com. (no idea why the website and company are different names, lol.)
i’m also waiting to receive a custom ring for my right hand from a jeweler on etsy who made another bee’s engagement ring, daniel M jewelry.
Post # 4
My Engagement Ring and wedding bands were made by French Jewelery in San Francisco, CA. They are amazing people.
Post # 5
@Treejewel19: i swoon at the sight of your oval every time i see it. yours and kristingettingmarried’s. OMG, my favorite cut!
Post # 6
I cannot say enough good things about David Penner at Jewellery Artists 3D (http://www.ja3d.com/). Not only did he take the sketch I did for my e-ring and make it into a reality, he designed the perfect wedding band to go with it.
My e-ring sketch:
With DH’s and my custom wedding bands:
Post # 7
@cardus: Ahhh thanks! I credit the people at French Jewelery for introducing me to ovals. I fell in love. 🙂
@linguo42: Umm I wish I could draw like you. I won’t even begin to share my “sketch” if you can call it that. 😛
Post # 8
My custom ring is from brilliance.com. They were wonderful to work with, and I’ll definitely be returning to purchase a wedding band (or two!) from them.
Post # 9
@linguo42: I LOVE your ring – and you make an amazing artist! your ring reminds me of mine with it being green and a marquise cut also. Mine did not have a drawing just that I wanted an Emerald marquise cut and needed to incorporate an Angel wing and the Triquetra celtic symbol…. I guess this is why they are called ‘creative’!! 🙂