This 3D-Printed Jewelry Collection Features Unconventional Rings

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: Jan 10, 2014 • References: endswellcollection and coolhunting
The Endswell Collection takes the art of 3D printing and refines it in its new 3D-printed jewelry collection. Combining it with handcrafted skills, it produces polished rings that are minimal, but statement-worthy. The founders of the San Francisco-based company have backgrounds in interior design, architecture and graphic design.

Together, Rachel Gant and Andrew Deming have focused their skills in wedding rings, and being a couple themselves, created a collection that envisions their relationship and lifestyle. They serve as an alternative to what's typically on the market; there are no diamonds making them more affordable and they represent technological capabilities of today.

The ring designs are 3D-printed and dimensions must be correct to the last millimeter. These rings are cast in your choice of rose, yellow or white gold and are hand-polished until they sparkle.