Roots & leaves

Lots of people seem to identify with plants and trees. Oak comes up fairly regularly and I’ve worked with roots, bark, leaves and acorns. Often a pair of rings will have a plant or tree in common, but different parts of it, so the woman might have the leaves and the man the bark or roots, giving a very different texture and style, but still having a strong bond.

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Lots of people seem to identify with plants and trees. Oak comes up fairly regularly and I’ve worked with roots, bark, leaves and acorns. Often a pair of rings will have a plant or tree in common, but different parts of it, so the woman might have the leaves and the man the bark or roots, giving a very different texture and style, but still having a strong bond. You can see some of the root & leaf wedding rings we’ve made on this page. Details as follows:

Photo 1: Palladium

Photo 2: Palladium

Photo 3: Palladium with emeralds

Photo 4: 9ct white gold with emeralds

Photo 5: Platinum

Photo 6: 18ct white gold woman’s ring and palladium man’s ring