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Put a Ring on It with Endswell Jewelry

A real-life couple re-envisions the wedding band

Behind every wedding ring is a great love story.

In the case of new local line Endswell, it starts with the designers.

After meeting and falling for one another at the California College of the Arts, Rachel Gant and Andrew Deming began collaborating, and their quirky lifestyle brand, Yield Design Co, was born. After the duo designed two rings for close friends, they decided to expand the line and create Endswell as a stand-alone collection.

Gant and Deming work with a 3-D printing company to make molds for the rose, yellow, and white gold styles. They skip the showy bling for a simple yet substantial spin on the commitment ring. Whether a classic band or a geometric design (the Infinity series takes its inspiration from the Möbius strip’s continuous one-sided surface), all are polished to perfection by hand.

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Not headed for the altar? Half the looks are suited to more casual occasions. Be your own valentine with the Primary No. 1, a triangle-topped number with clean lines and smooth edges. Or to thine own heart be true by layering the Axis No. 3, two rings that connect and share a common axis, with larger jewelry.

These looks are ones for the books.

Available at endswellcollection.com, $275-$985.

Photos: Courtesy of Endswell