Engagement Ring Inspiration from Milwaukee Jewelers

You want your wedding to be as unique as your relationship. So why settle for a ring that’s anything less?

Walk into any jewelery store and you’re bound to find many amazing rings to choose from. But if you’re looking for something unique, consider working with a jeweler that offers customizable options. These styles can be reconfigured in ways that go beyond just the type of metal and stone. Use them as a springboard for a ring that is a true reflection of you.

Nailing It! From the time you start wearing your engagement ring, all eyes will be on your hands! Keep them looking great with a manicure. The Third Ward salon SEVVA (229 N Water St.) provided the ones shown here. $20 each.

(click to enlarge); photo by Chris Kessler

1. Sapphire surrounded by a diamond halo set in white gold. Available at Kloiber Jewelers. (414-276-2457)

2. Emerald-cut Morganite and round brilliant-cut side diamonds set in rose gold. Available at Powers Jewelry Designers. (414-342-6663)

3. Rose-cut diamond surrounded by diamond accents set in white gold, paired with a white gold and diamond contoured ring. Both available at A Trio Jewelry Design Studio. (414-431-7112)

4. Champagne diamond set in rose gold, paired with a rose gold and diamond curved band. Both available at A Trio Jewelry Design Studio.

5. Black diamond set in yellow gold, paired with a yellow gold and diamond wedding band. Both available at A Trio Jewelry Design Studio. ◆

‘Make It Your Own’ appears in Milwaukee Weddings 2018.

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Lindsey Anderson covers culture for Milwaukee Magazine. Before joining the MilMag team she worked as an editor at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and wrote freelance articles for ArtSlant and Eater.