The Swan ring collection

I am very pleased to share with you my newest edition to our engagement ring collection called Swan, which is now available to order through my website.

My intention was to create contemporary, simple, and fun rings where you can choose two different designs and be able to wear them in more than one way.  

I often hear from my clients complaining about there are so many classic halo, three stone, solitaire and same boring looking rings in other jewellery stores and online shops and not enough different designs.

So far, we have a variety of unique rings to choose from, starting with the Vermicelli wire collection or rings with a rough-cut gemstone, leading to our nature-inspired collection. But there is always room for a different style, and I can always find time to add something new and fresh, so I present to you the Swan collection.

The meaning of a swan is grace, beauty, love, trust, and loyalty. And a pair of swans represent soul mates for life. Therefore, this pair of swans is ideal for representing an engagement and wedding ring that fit inside each other.

A single stone open Swan ring is handmade from one piece of precious metal of your choice and can be either highly polished, satin-brushed or hammered texture if you fancy a bit more of a rustic look.

This curvaceous ring is called the Swan due to the ‘S’ flows up and around the stone. The ring shank sweeps up and curves around the central gemstone.

The Swan rings can be made in white, rose, yellow gold or platinum and set with or without diamonds. And if you are not a diamond fan, there are countless beautiful coloured gemstones you can choose from.

The fitted wedding band follows the shape of the Swan ring in one way to create an elegant and beautiful wedding ring set. Or it creates funky and more open look by turning the band the other way round. The band can be set halfway with diamonds or coloured gemstones, highlighting the engagement ring’s centre gemstone.

On the other hand, Swan symbolism is also linked to inner beauty and self-love, so it doesn’t have to represent only the wedding ring set. You can simply treat yourself with these Swan rings and wear them as your dress or cocktail rings. The Swan design works best with a round, pear, marquise and oval-shaped stones.

And you can go wild with your colour choice! Remember your lovely grandma’s saying ‘’Blue and green should never been seen without a colour in between’’? Well, I think these two colours go great together, like the blue sky and the green grass. And if you are not sure, we can set some small white diamonds in between. That could represent the white fluffy clouds I suppose. 🙂

For example, choose a pear-shaped vivid colour stone to be set in one ring and a round or marquise shape gemstone in the other one. Combine it with a different finish – the polished ring looks gorgeous alongside the satin finish band. And you can also play with the metal. Platinum ring next to the rose gold is a fantastic combination.

We make each piece to order, and it takes approximately 2 – 4 weeks to make this ring set. If unsure about your finger size, go to your local jewellery shop, where they have the correct facilities to work out your size for you. If this is not an option, please contact me and I can send you a ring sizing kit. If you are buying these as a surprise, I am happy to assist in guessing the possible right size and guarantee the resizing for no additional fee if needed.

All rings are available in 18-carat white, rose and yellow gold, or platinum. Other metals are also available. The price depends on the precious metal and gemstones used, so please contact us with your pick to get a quote.

These beautiful fluid curves make this Swan ring a firm favourite with those who like their jewellery simple but striking. Perfect for that special occasion but equally wearable every day.

If you like unique and different jewellery but these are not quite right for you, browse the other designs on our website, or contact us to chat about having a bespoke piece made for you.

Are you different? So are we. Zuzana Jewellery


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