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Jewelry to Honor Love and Lifestyle

Jewelry to Honor Love and Lifestyle

A gentleman came to our open studio in December and spoke with Stacey. Mark explained that he was planning to propose over the holiday season and wanted to use his grandmother's ring to create a new design for his fiancee. We worked together and created an "invitation" for Kristen to come to the studio and custom design her ring.
We were so excited when Mark sent us photos, She said yes! His new fiancee works for the National Park service. As a National Parks videographer and obvious nature lover it seemed natural that he proposed in the Badlands of South Dakota.
With an active lifestyle, Kristen's main goal was to create a ring that would be beautiful while still durable and secure enough to wear everyday. After meeting in the studio, it was decided to create one ring rather than a wedding set. Stacey hand carved, then cast the ring in palladium. 
The flowing design enabled Stacey to set the different sized diamonds from Mark's grandmother's ring while keeping a balanced look.
Mark Chose a hand hammered ring in palladium for his wedding band. By adding extra thickness and curving the inner surface, Stacey created a "comfort fit" style band which wears effortlessly and has a nice weight and feel.

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