From beginning to end these engagement rings from master jewelry designer Takayas are truly one of a kind. Fans of the designer’s Legend of Zelda wedding collection Melissa and Mike came to the LA based jeweler for their own custom engagement rings inspired by Legend of Zelda’s Triforce and Pokemon’s Mew. The result, two amazing rings for two gamers now forever tied to video games and each other.
This USS Enterprise ring designed by PaulMichaelDesign is perfect for Star Trek fans boldly going to pop the question to their significant other. Don’t forget the matching pendant necklace to complete the look.
The perfect ring for the ultimate geek proposal this guide will help you find the one ring to rule his or her heart. From which metal to choose to the meaning behind each ring’s design CustomMade, an online marketplace that connects customers with independent artists, helps you get one step closer to popping that question.
Paragon or Renegade? This Mass Effect inspired engagement ring incorporates both moral alignment symbols into the design by Toronto based VaLaJewellery.
Unlikely pair Batman and Harley Quinn prove to be much more compatible in ring form. WGW reader Daniel Maffett got inspired to design the ring from this very site which was then made by Tom Sayers at Sayers Jewelers in Smyrna, Delaware.”Without you’re site I don’t know that I would have designed such a ring,” says Daniel. So glad to have helped!
If your ready to catch “The One” you’ll need at least one of these for a Pokémon themed proposal.
A meteorite and dinosaur bone ring is that even possible? Well it seems jewelry designer Johan Rust of Jewelry By Johan has created these little irony rings by blending meteorite, dinosaur bone and titanium into his latest designs. Known for his already outta this world meteorite rings Johan takes his designs back to the Jurassic Period by adding dinosuar bone. So where does one find dinosaur bone? According to Johan, they come from the Morrison Formation in Utah dating back at least 65 million years.
When I first stumbled upon Pittsburgh based jewelry designer and CustomMade artist Paul Bierker the internet couldn’t get enough of his now infamous R2-D2 inspired engagement ring for a client’s geeky proposal to his girlfriend Emily.
In the season finale of Heroes of Cosplay there was lots of drama with Team Los Angeles verse Team Atlanta at Kansas City’s Planet Comicon. One of its cosplay stars Victoria managed to dodged all the drama and found herself being part of her very own Stars Wars proposal.
Grab this golden snitch inspired ring for your significant other from Etsy shop House On Hudson. Canadian goldsmith Miranda designed the band of sterling silver to resemble the snitch’s wings and the topaz stone as the snitch.