Wedding Rings: His & Her
Contemporary, structured, minimalist— jewelry designers are blending a masculine and feminine aesthetic in their latest bridal ring offerings, even fusing two rings together as one to represent the union of a man and a woman. [from left to right] Niessing's Duet bands in gold and platinum in various combinations. The lower ring is tipped slightly to show itself to best advantage. A brilliant-cut diamond occupies the place where the lower ring extends farthest; Van Cleef & Arpels platinum and diamond band; Tiffany & Co. men's wedding bands; Georg Jensen's Cascade ring crafted in 18K white gold with brilliant cut diamond; Niessing's Fusion wedding rings in gold or platinum, with or without a brilliant diamond, in unusual combinations of colors and materials; Tiffany & Co. Bezet Platinum Band Rings; Niessing's Tango wedding ring in gold and platinum with each metal on either the outside or the inside. The ring’s inner and outer surfaces are slightly convex; Niessing's Unita engagement rings in gold or grey gold, oval or rectangular in cross-section. Each ring can exist without the other, but only as a twosome do they symbolize infinity.