A lightsaber’s color and design come from the type of crystal used and the Jedi who forges it. In this case, Takayas Custom Jewelry are the Jedis in question and they’ve melded non-tarnish sterling silver and Swarovski Zirconia to create these stunning lightsaber rings.
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At this point, I think it’s safe to say that if you’re in the market for Final Fantasy-inspired engagement/wedding rings, Takayas is the place to go. This particular ring is based on Final Fantasy XIV, and incorporates the patterns from the Summoner’s helmet, corset armor, and her magical book weapon. [click to continue…]
Takayas Custom Jewelry has shared yet another awesome custom engagement ring design with us, and this version was created for clients Ken and Keira who fell in love while playing Final Fantasy X. [click to continue…]
Well, this is something different from Takayas. Instead of custom nerdy engagement rings they’ve made a gold and yellow sapphire Pikachu-inspired bracelet for a client. If you look closely you’ll notice that the pixelated Pikachu is designed in such a way that it will appear to be walking around the wearer’s wrist. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Once again Takayas has made the dreams of a nerdy couple come true. This time they drew inspiration from Zora’s Sapphire (the Spiritual Stone Of Water) from Ocarina of Time and the wave pattern from The Wind Waker cover art. [click to continue…]
We have featured many gorgeous custom Takayas rings, but this one kind of blew my mind. [click to continue…]
Takayas Custom Jewelry specializes in crafting custom wedding and engagement rings for gamers and geeks. About a year ago, they made a gorgeous Kingdom Hearts themed-ring that featured a design inspired by the Oathkeeper Keyblade. Takayas recently made another Kingdom Hearts ring for a client that also featured an Oathkeeper-inspired design, but the center stone setting on this ring is based on a Paopu Fruit. [click to continue…]
Back in July, Takayas Custom Jewelry sent us info about a custom Final Fantasy XIII-2 Gunblade wedding band that they made for a client. This new version is inspired by that ring, but is based on the pattern from the blade rather than the guard. They also incorporated a rabbit on the inside of the band instead of the Cactuars that were hidden on the inside of the previous ring. As always, the final product is gorgeous. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]
Diehard Final Fantasy VII fans will appreciate this custom Sephiroth engagement ring from Takayas. The design is pretty unique: it features an emerald as the center stone, and its flanked by Masamune on one side and Sephiroth’s wing on the other.
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The Sailor Moon and Dragon Ball crossover you’ve always dreamed of has extended beyond fan fiction into custom engagement rings thanks to Takayas. The design features Sailor Uranus’ Sailor Scout symbol on each side of the sapphire heart container with the Four-Star Dragon Ball in the center of each symbol.
David and Bryn knew they wanted a heart container in place of a traditional center stone, but they also wanted to find a way to add a Sailor Uranus symbol and Four-Star Dragonball into the design without crowding the ring too much.
Takayas framed the heart container on either side with the Sailor Uranus sample image symbol they provided. His initial design plan was to place the Dragonball in the ring’s under gallery, but they came up with the idea to incorporate the four star Dragonball in the center of each symbol which worked out perfectly.
Did she say yes? Of course she did! Who wouldn’t? Check out more pictures of the ring below. [click to continue…]