Object’s top 5 finger jewels have been selected for brides lusting after unique engagement rings that focus on style rather than sparkle. From wild-water pearls to unusual precious stones, artistically angular sculptures and superfine, delicate bands, our hand-picked finds have been crafted by talented female jewellery designers from around the world.
ASYMMETRIC KITE HALO RING by Polly Wales
Originally trained in sculpture at Royal College of Arts, London jewellery designer Polly Wales crafts honest, imperfectly beautiful rings. This unique asymmetric design features a single large white kite diamond cast into Polly’s classic, barely-there Halo band and offset by a tiny round Miner’s cut diamond.
RUTILATED QUARTZ RING by Natalie Marie Jewellery
Launched in 2012, Sydney based jewellery designer Natalie Marie original collection ‘Iridescence’ set the mood for her signature style that continually incorporates rare precious stones into her work, exhibiting an enchanting and timeless look.
Seto White Gold open ring Ring by MONIQUE PEAN
MONIQUE PÉAN strives to raise awareness of art, culture and global environmental issues through design. MONIQUE PÉAN is known for its one-of-a-kind pieces, avant-garde style and unique materials, including fossilized walrus ivory and dinosaur bone. She is committed to partnering with artisans around the world to support traditional craftsmanship.
ANCIENNE DIAMOND RING by Elisa Solomon
Inspired by Native American art and imbued with a 60's vibe, New York based jewellery designer Elisa Solomon pieces are both timeless and effortless. The ANCIENNE ring pictured above, is my engagement ring, naturally I have it in rose gold.
Vertex Ring by kamila ruberg
Danish born Kamilla Ruberg work reflects an ongoing fascination with geometry. Themes such as movement, balance, and asymmetry. These themes are then skillfully transformed into elegant and unusual pieces of jewellery.