2020年12月29日星期二

Design the ring surface individually

 


The surface of a ring offers a lot of design freedom. Not only are different color compositions possible. You can also combine different surface structures with one division. In addition, joints and steps offer a lot of creative freedom. We present the different variations in an overview.

The division of rings

The classic wedding ring has a one-piece, homogeneous design. However, there is also the option of dividing the ring and combining several precious metals in one ring . But you can also get creative with just one precious metal with regard to the surface and, for example, combine polished with a matt surface . formal dresses online

With multi-colored designs, several precious metals are combined in a ring. In a two-tone ring, for example, you can elegantly combine the light silver tone of white gold with intensely colored red or rose gold. In the case of a three-color division, on the other hand, you can, for example, frame one color with a second and thus put it in the limelight. But three different precious metals can also be combined with one another.

Multicolored designs offer many creative possibilities. They're also well suited for couples who want to compromise on ring color If one of the partners opted for white and the other for yellow gold, both colors can flow together in a two-tone design.

If you also otherwise like to wear jewelry of different colors, multicolored designs are particularly suitable for you. So you choose an all-rounder that goes with everything. The designs can also be combined with other surface designs, such as delicate joints.


From sand dull to polished - the possibilities of surface treatment

There are several options for the design of the surface - be it for single or multi-colored rings. Which one you choose is entirely up to your taste . However, the question of suitability for everyday use also plays a role , as some surfaces are more suitable for heavy use than others. If you combine different structures with a divided surface, it is advisable to combine a striking variant with a more subtle one . An ice-matt surface, for example, comes into its own when you combine it with a polished one.

Polished surface for an elegant shine

The classic choice for many couples is a polished surface. It gives the rings a stylish shine and is particularly suitable for everyday use . Small scratches are less noticeable on it than on matte rings, for example. Even after a long period of wear, rings with a polished surface still look extremely elegant .

Signs of wear that can develop over time in softer precious metals give polished rings their very own character. If desired, the polishing can also be refreshed by a goldsmith.


From subtle to distinctive - matt surfaces

Matt surfaces are also very popular. How noticeable the matting turns out is entirely up to your personal taste . If you want a subtle surface for your ring, a fine matt finish is a good choice. Coarser mattings go deeper and are therefore more conspicuous . With the matting you have the possibility to influence the effect through the direction. There are sloping matt, lengthwise matting but also transverse matting .

Sand matt surfaces are created by sandblasting. Finer or coarser dots are blasted into the surface, which are now reminiscent of the soft sandy beach. Thanks to the even sandblasting, a matt sand surface looks extremely harmonious . On the other hand, an ice-matt surface appears as if covered by fine ice crystals In order to give it its extraordinary structure , the surface is processed with a special brushing.

The top layer of the precious metal is changed for all of these matting. The finer matting and the greater the stress in everyday life, the more likely it will be polished off over time. Scratches appear more noticeable on matt surfaces than on polished ones.

Hammered or milled surfaces for expressive structures

Your rings with hammered or milled surfaces become an unusual eye-catcher. With them, not only the top layer, but also the deeper structure of the precious metal is processed. Fine indentations are milled or hammered into the surface and give it an expressive, striking design . Hammered surfaces can appear matt, but also polished or sand-matt.

This coarser design is particularly recommended for rings larger than 2mm so that the individual structure comes into its own .

If you want conspicuous surface and a stone trim at the same time, it is advisable to choose larger stones or a conspicuous stone setting. In this way you guarantee that both are shown to their best advantage and that the stone setting does not optically "go under" - especially with silver-colored precious metals.


Joints and steps as design elements

Joints and steps offer you the opportunity to add very individual details to your rings Which type of joint or which position of the step you choose is entirely up to your taste and imagination.

V-grooves are an option that many couples go for. They loosen up the ring design discreetly and also serve as a delicate or striking dividing line if you decide on multi-colored designs. U-joints or angular joints offer further design options Their effect is also influenced by the width and depth selected. In addition, you can further adapt the joint to your ideas by choosing a polished or matt surface for it. You can change the position of the joint. You can choose the harmonious center or let it become an eye-catcher with a free position formal dresses with sleeves

If you want indentations on one or both sides of the ring, you can choose levels . Thanks to their different width, depth and surface, they also offer a lot of design freedom.








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