This time around, Takayas was approached by a young man named Cory who wanted to propose to his girlfriend Sheila with a Kingdom Hearts ring. His ring concept imagined a heart-shaped center stone surrounded by two Keyblades, but he left the decision of which Keyblade up to Takayas, who decided on the Oathkeeper.
The Oathkeeper’s hilt frames the center stone on each side, and the blade forms the rest of the band. Takayas designed the ring’s band in 14K white gold, and he used 14K yellow gold accents to create contrast and draw attention to the iconic feathered guard. It was a little challenging to fit so many details into such a small surface area, so he used the hilt in the front of the band and the head of the blade in the back of the band.
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If you’re wondering, she said yes.
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