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…]
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.
Here’s what Takayas had to say about the ring: [click to continue…]
I’m always happy when I get to talk about a piece by Takayas Custom Jewelry, and this Final Fantasy XIII-2 men’s wedding band is no exception. Inspired by Lightning’s Gunblade, this 14K white and yellow gold band also has some cleverly hidden Cactuars on the inside of the band as a fun addition.
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The masters at Takayas are at it again with another commissioned wedding ring set—this time based on Final Fantasy XIV. The ladies engagement ring is based off of Queen Nanamo’s character and the mens wedding band is based off of the Paladin class. Takayas describes the rings design:
Itsuka’s 18K yellow gold engagement ring is inspired by Queen Nanamo of Ul’dah and features a 1.00 ct pink morganite center stone. Because Queen Nanamo’s character wears a lot of delicate pink colors, we had to search for a while to find the right center stone. A pink sapphire would have been too saturated, but luckily, we were able to find a pale pink morganite that captured her color palette perfectly.
The front centerpiece of Queen Nanamo’s crown and wraps around the top shoulder of the band, and the bottom half of her crown wraps around the base of the shank. If you look closely, Takayas designed each of the prongs to form the symbol on the front of her dress.
Johann’s 18K white gold wedding band is based on the Paladin class he first played as! The Paladin sword’s guard frames his London blue topaz center stone, and the pattern along the band’s shank is the same pattern that runs down the length of the sword’s blade. While Itsuka’s engagement ring features a raised solitaire setting to elegantly highlight her center stone, Johann’s topaz is set in a deeper, more masculine style so that it seamlessly merges with the sword pattern.
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