8 Contemporary Signet Rings That You Need In Your Life
Posted on 27 July 2017
No longer reserved for Lords and Countesses with country estates and coats of arms, signet rings are being reinvented by a new wave of contemporary jewellery designers. Fresh from the runway of Givenchy and JW Anderson's most recent showcases, it's clear that signet rings can now be enjoyed by the masses, not just the elite classes.
After moving to New York City from Russia to work as a journalist, Katya Kozmina decided to channel her creativity in an entirely new direction. Kozminka products are expertly hand crafted from carefully chosen materials, creating collections that explore modern design themes with an emphasis on quality. What better way to represent the person you love than wearing their kiss on your finger with this signet ring?
Myia Bonner’s contemporary jewellery is underpinned by an exploration of precision and delicacy. Her pieces are geometric in style and show a playful approach to the craft of jewellery making. When it comes to signet rings, the more personal the better. We love the way that Bonner’s bespoke service allows you to personalise your ring with an initial.
Monarc are a London-based brand that channel a European aesthetic to create striking pieces of contemporary jewellery. Using the finest materials including platinum, gold, silver and diamonds, Monarc combine traditional craftsmanship with innovative, forward-thinking design. This signet ring creates a beautiful contrast between flowing lines and geometric shapes, while also juxtaposing gold and silver.
Designer Scott Millar, who uses his collections to explore the space where fashion and jewellery interlink, founded Millar Jewellery two years ago. Finished with a high polish, Millar’s signet rings are a modern take on a classic men's piece. We love how these signet rings feature a contrast of free flowing lines and angular shapes as well as bronze and silver.
Lauren Rowden founded contemporary jewellery brand Ellie Air in 2013 after honing her design skills in Alchimia, Italy. Her jewellery is minimal and delicate, with each of her collections being named after an Italian word that captures the essence of the pieces. With dazzling stones, these signet rings can be stacked alongside other rings or hold their own as a statement piece.
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