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Super Stylish Spring Rings

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It’s still snowing here in Boston,

and I need some colourful pep.

Let’s¬†explore¬†floral jewellery styles,

to bring spring in our step!

 

Imagine fresh white snow covering the roads and sitting on branches of trees… What a wonderful sight it seems… Only until you realize¬†that if you step outside your house – you might just freeze!

I can’t wait to say ‘bye-bye’ to the cold winter and welcome spring with¬†blossoming flowers and colourful landscapes! Thus I decided to get you SPRING READY¬†and write¬†about the No 1 inspiration for ALL forms of art – FLOWERS!

There are a zillion ways in which a flower’s¬†essence can be captured in jewelry. Each style speaks distinctly about the wearer and needs different expertise in craftsmanship.¬†Lookout for style tips as you read on:-

Style 1 – Natural Sculpting

The natural fold of petals is sculpted skillfully in these designs. Stone setting plays an important role here, as they need to be set close to each other. A larger distance between the stones will result in unwanted metal spaces and will take away the beauty of the piece.

STYLE TIP

This style looks simply marvelous if you opt for large sized rings. Smaller sizes may be pocket friendly, but only little parts of a flower’s nature can be incorporated.

 

Style 2 – Bold and Edgy

Moving out of conventional patterns, such designs reflect your personal sense of style, look trendy and are visually interesting.

Style 3 –¬†Gemstone Carving

Beautiful coloured gemstones carved in the shape of flowers gives a fun and youthful appeal to jewelry. The best part Рthey come in various colours, patterns and sizes and make a flamboyant center piece for your ring.

Style 4 – Traditional

Going for vintage motifs, or ribbons and loops of gold to create petals gives the ring a traditional look. This style is ideal for casual wear.

STYLE TIP

1) Adding a gemstone will bring some bling. 2) If you prefer the all-gold look, go for filigree designs as it is an interesting jewellery technique. 3) Asymmetric designs look more fun and appealing.

 

Style 5 – Arrangement Patterns

A lot of motifs or gemstones can be put together to create a floral pattern. A number of tiny flowers arranged together can give a pretty effect too. When such elements come together and form a floral pattern the design turns out to be pretty mesmerizing.

Style 6 –¬†Classic

This style may look simple and minimalist but trust me, NOTHING looks classier than a cluster of diamonds. Different center stones and shank designs can be used to give uniqueness to this style.

“Spring is nature’s way of saying – Let’s Party!” says Robert Williams!

Comment below and let me know which floral ring would YOU like to enjoy this party with.

 

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Rashida Goryawala is a jewelry enthusiast and has been designing customized jewelry since 2012. She believes that wearing custom designed pieces not only feels luxurious but also boosts confidence, and she encourages everyone to bring out their own personal sense of style by doing so.

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14 Comments

  1. Fantastic poem with fantastic art & craftsmanship.keep it up

  2. Impressive designs..

  3. Amazing designs..I loved the traditional ones..my order is coming soon ūüôā

  4. Beautiful designs …!!
    loved d way u described different styles..!need 1 fr me too..

    • I’m glad you liked the designs. Would love to get in touch to get one designed specially for you!

  5. Elegance, artisanship & entrepreneurship at its best !! ūüôā

  6. Thank you all for the appreciation. Hope to continue to deliver content that interests you.

  7. They are all such beautiful rings! It’s impossible to pick a favourite! ūüôā

    Hope you are having a great weekend ūüôā

  8. The arrangement patterns are my favorite! Although all are stunning!

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