October 07, 2020 1 min read

The idea behind this design actually started when a friend of mine wanted to commission me to make a very simple yet striking wedding band for her. She had a very classic solitaire set diamond ring in white gold that she wanted to flatter and sit well with her engagement ring.

She wanted something unique that reflected her union and month of marriage. So we decided on a tipped V ring, which later I found out that they are called Wishbone Rings.

Wishbone rings have been around since the late 1800's and are known as the ring of good fortune. 

They wanted something unique to represent their marriage – so we decided to use birthstones to reflect this.

Birthstones are gems that are associated with a birth month; each stone has a unique meaning and significance. Birthstones are a part of modern society and since ancient times it is widely believed that wearing your birthstone is a symbol of wellness and good fortune. 

- Garnet for his birthday month of January;

- Amethyst for her birthstone Month of February;

- Opal in the centre to represents the month of October that they got married.

= Cute.

Anyways that’s the story. What’s yours? Tell your story.

Thanks for reading!

Much Love X Hayley X Serpent & the Swan X

Wedding Band Jewellery Hand Made

Hayley Smith
Hayley Smith


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