Pink Engagement Rings with Unusual Stones

May. 13 2015
Andrew Leggett’s approach to pink engagement rings is as creative as he is! Check out his unusual gemstone choice and beautiful asymmetric form.

In many ways I find Andrew Leggett to be a bit of a kindred spirit when it comes to bespoke jewellery and his approach to pink engagement rings is certainly no different.

L and I have always shared Andrew’s enthusiasm about using unusual gemstones.

The gorgeous depth of colour that this tourmaline has is very eye catching and complements the shade of gold that surrounds it perfectly.

Tourmaline ring by Andrew Leggett

Tourmaline ring by Andrew Leggett

The gem is enhanced even more by Andrew’s famous rub over setting. His passion for practical beauty appeals to me greatly and is a reoccurring motif throughout his work. The result is smooth, fluid settings that have the timelessness of a traditional setting without any of the potential problems.

Andrew’s experimentation with form and shape always catches my attention and in particular it is the asymmetry of this pink engagement ring which I really love. There is something so unique and inspiring about the way Andrew manipulates metal but manages to make it seem so natural at the same time.

This design has been engineered perfectly to question the symmetrical norms of jewellery but the flowing beauty of the band shape still seems organic and elegant.

This is certainly the mark of a designer who knows how to balance form and beauty.

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