Endswell Jewelry Designs 3D-Printed Jewelry for People's Big Day

By: Meghan Young - Published: Sep 16, 2014 • References: endswellcollection & coolhunting
When it comes to alternative wedding rings, embracing technological advancements might be the way to go. For instance, Endswell Jewelry has created a striking collection of 3D-printed designs that will speak to the modern-minded. As classy as more traditional designs, these alternative wedding rings provide a great way to embrace something different in more ways than one.

Founded by San Francisco-based Rachel Gant and Andrew Deming, Endswell Jewelry was inspired by their own unconventional relationship. Gant shares, "We've openly discussed marriage and the selection of rings that we encountered produced a glaring void—they just don't align with how we envision our lifestyle and relationship." Excluding the use of diamonds, the wedding rings come in a solid gold color of your choice (rose, yellow or white). Stats for Alternative Wedding Rings Trending: Older & Warm
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