Geeky Engagement Rings and Wedding Bands

Express your love and fandom with a custom-designed nerdy ring.

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Gamer. Fantasy reader. Comic book fan. Sci-Fi enthusiast. Anime lover. Whatever your passion, we'll design your custom ring to reflect who you are and what you love.

Inspired by Nenya, an elvish ring of power worn by Galadriel in the Lord of the Rings, this engagement ring sets a white opal under yellow gold flower detail to blend her love for the trilogy and for the unique look of opal.
A Star Wars-lovers wedding band features a balance of light and dark with the symbols for the Galactic Republic and the Galactic Empire flanked by gemstone-lit lightsabers.
This snitch engagement ring sets a bright yellow sapphire as the center stone in the Harry Potter fan's dream ring.
For his wedding band, she sketched a concept that would blend Celtic rope detail with the Batman logo. The intricate, unique engraving traces the familiar bat symbol with a uniquely Celtic trinity rope design.
A Pokemon fan's wonderfully whimsical concept features yellow gold Pikachus dashing up the white gold engagement ring shank toward a bright orange citrine center stone.
The delicate, vining platinum strands of this Harry Potter-inspired engagement ring balance the bold ring face, the symbol of the deathly hallows surrounding a bright, round brilliant diamond center stone.
Elegant curves and bright gem colors make this a stunning engagement ring, but it's the stylized blending of the Spiritual Stones from Legend of Zelda (Goron's Ruby, Kokiri's Emerald, Zora's Sapphire) that adds a meaningful touch to this piece.
This sapphire engagement ring appears to have a unique design on the shoulders. At first glance, it might be a modern take on art deco geometry. A closer look reveals the reference to Dr. Who's TARDIS.
Inspired by the cuff bracelets worn on Vikings, this intricately engraved black onyx wedding band is designed to look like viking horns wrapped around the finger.
Elegant bridal set and a matching wedding band for him, styled in yellow gold with Egyptian-inspired detailing. The chosen gem colors are based on the infinity stones in Marvel's Infinity Gauntlet.
This Stargate wedding band is bold and masculine and might look just a little tech-y until you see the telltale chevrons on the side. This little Stargate never opens... or else we all know what would happen to his finger!
What can we say? It's a predator ring! A massive, detailed, and potentially child-frightening predator ring! And if the kids aren't scared yet, a glint of light reflecting off its yellow diamond eyes should send them scurrying.
This piece was inspired by Howl's Moving Castle. The challenge: finding the perfect blue cabochon. We set out looking for a sapphire and wound up with this perfect sky blue topaz -- in these photos, the bright, reflective blue almost glows like the animated ring.
Designed for a woman who loves music and anime, this bold amethyst engagement ring features an alto clef and the form of Totoro in the side profile.

The Custom Experience

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See sketches and concept art designed just for you by our jewelry artists.

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See It Come To Life

Visualize your piece with high resolution 3D renderings, and we'll adjust every detail until you tell us it's perfect.

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Treasure It

Receive your custom piece, with the assurance it's been made to wear and last a lifetime.

Dedicated Service

You'll partner with one of our jewelry design consultants, who will explain your options, help you work out design details, and guide you through each step of creating a custom geeky ring.

Personalized Design

Our artists and designers create sketches and detailed 3D renderings for you, so you'll see just how your ring will look when it's finished. We'll work with you on every detail until you say it looks exactly right.


Our design team, artists, and experienced jewelers will handle your project with the utmost skill, care, and knowledge. And we might just geek out a bit with you.

Fantasy Rings For Fantasy Lovers

Elvish runes from Lord of the Rings or wand engravings from Harry Potter. Make your ring personal with elements from your favorite fantasy universe.

Retrieved from the depths of the fiery pits of Mordor, we found that the One Ring had lost its original engraving, so we replaced it with this personal Elvish inscription. Good as new.
A beautiful, modern bezel setting for a deep blue sapphire, with the symbol of the deathly hallows creating the transition to the band.
An elegant interpretation of the snitch from Harry Potter using angelic wings around the center stone.
Drawing inspiration from Lord of the Rings' Nenya, this design surfaces the center stone for a more traditional setting, and downplays the nature-inspired elements in favor of a yellow gold star around the diamond.
A wonderful mixed metal engagement ring inspired by Harry Potter. A beautiful take on a split shank and peekaboo diamonds designed to look like a snitch, and white gold wand carvings along the shank.
This geometric, modern man's wedding band sets a bright blue spinel in an asymmetric split white gold ring with the words "The Blessed One" engraved in Quenya, the high elvish dialect from Lord of the Rings.
Brushed white gold for a subtle look pairing the deathly hallows symbol with a uniquely stylized double band.
This gorgeous three stone engagement ring features an emerald-cut center stone and radiant cut ruby side stones, gems chosen as a subtle nod to the house colors of Gryffindor.
White gold wedding band designed to echo the details of Gimli's helmet from the Lord of the Rings trilogy.
Another subtle play on Harry Potter symbolism, the triangle cut diamond is a subtle nod to the deathly hallows symbol and the ruby halo brings in Gryffindor red for a beautiful pop of color.
The sides of this ring mimic Arwen's Evenstar pendant, with pear cut white topaz as the bright light at the heart of the film-inspired charm and a stunning color change alexandrite center stone.
The intertwined strands of this delicate wedding band pair Harry Potter-inspired wand carvings with diamond pave.
A beautiful blending of personal elements. This claddagh ring replaces the traditional crown with a winged tiara inspired by Rowena Ravenclaw's Diadem. We're pretty sure this one is free from Horcrux corruption.
The princess cut moissanite center stone in this engagement ring is set upside down to look even more like the resurrection stone from Harry Potter.
Sketches for a Slytherin ring with a black diamond bezel set in the head of the snake, and Snape's wand detailing etched in the band. This was designed for a hairdresser, so the gem is set low and without prongs to ensure easy daily wear.
Opting for a funky, alternative interpretation of the snitch, this ring uses small accent diamonds and opals to decorate the mixed metal Potter-inspired design.
Her vining, delicate, morganite engagement ring is paired with a bold matching band whose elegant curves draw inspiration from Arwen's jewelry in the Lord of the Rings films.
Sketches for a Harry Potter fan's dream ring: yellow center stone in an intricately detailed snitch setting.
We had to dig deep for the perfect imperial topaz that would have the right shade of Hufflepuff yellow to match the house crests on the shoulders and the badger's paws holding the center stone.

Gems for Gamers

If you grew up with Pokemon or hold a special place in your heart for Zelda, why not carry a bit of those meaningful memories with you in the ring you'll wear every day?

The sides of this red garnet engagement ring are designed to look like the mass relays from Mass Effect, with Alexandrite standing in for the blue glow of element zero in the core of each relay.
A bridal set for her and matching wedding ring for him with vintage-inspired styling. But look closer: the colors are drawn from N7 armor in Mass Effect -- red (garnet), black (diamond) and grey (white gold) -- and the Spectre and Archangel symbols are featured on the rings.
Triangle patterns repeat, evolving from a single triangle through the Zelda triforce symbol to a Sierpinski triangle, a fractal created from dividing a triangle further and further.
She designed his wedding ring as an homage to all the games they've loved and shared: the 'stage' is a perfect side-scroller Super Mario terrain with Terraria trees, Ghast from Minecraft, and more.
To renew their vows, he got her a new ring, designed based on their shared love of Warcraft. In honor of her class, the look is based on the Destruction Warlock's artifact, the Burning Jewel of Sargeras.
A man's wedding band in white and yellow gold designed to look like the armor from Final Fantasy.
For his wedding band, he wanted to include the many video games that tell his story: Castlevania, Fallout, Zelda, Assassin's Creed, MegaMan, Borderlands, Elder Scrolls. A spin through the many game memories in his life.
A swiss blue topaz brings the characteristic blue to this ring inspired by the game Heroes of the Storm.
Matching Pokeball wedding bands in mixed gold hues. Because the couple that Pokemons together stays together.
His wedding ring is designed with a deeply engraved Zelda Wingcrest in the wide, flat face of the band.
Using a mix of white and yellow gold, the angular wings in this sapphire engagement ring capture the essence of Mercy's wings from the game Overwatch.
We worked with him to design this Moissanite engagement ring with styling drawn from elements of Kingdom Hearts.
To honor her love of Pokemon, he asked us to design a Mega Charizard bridal set. We used sapphire and london blue topaz to capture the shades of his blue flame in a bold, sculptural engagement ring, and paired it with a really delicate curved wedding band.
Sketches for a bridal set. The engagement ring is styled to look like the Oblivion Blade from Kingdom Hearts. The matching band draws its inspiration from Tidus' sword in Final Fantasy.
This Mass Effect-inspired ring brings together features of the Spectre and Paragon symbols with a blue sapphire center stone. And a stippled textured on the band drawn from the textured carbon of the game's armor.
Matching wedding bands designed with Zelda's Twilight Princess as their inspiration. Angular hieroglyph patterns surround the triforce, with yellow and blue sapphires highlighting the details.
In place of a traditional center stone, this ring sets the Companion Cube from Portal, accented with pink heart-cut gems.
Sketch for a Zelda-inspired ring, building on this customer's wonderful concept drawing to feature the Spiritual Stones, accented with yellow, green, red and blue gems.
The pairing of a yellow-orange citrine center stone and aquamarine peekaboo gems is unexpected and simply beautiful. The ring's Pokemon inspiration is brought in by Charmander's footprints creating the detailing on the side of the band.
She asked us to create a Metroid-inspired ring for her fiancé's wedding band. We used three rubies, green enamel, and a textured finish for the design.

Design Your Superhero's Power Ring

Your ring deserves an origin story worthy of the comics and superheroes you love.

No lesser wedding band will do for the superman in your life. This one initially designed in green to match an emerald ring, but ultimately the classic red felt more right.
Designed to blend her love of games and comics, the center setting in this engagement ring is designed with a pink and and black diamond Harley Quinn pattern and NES controllers surrounding the center stone.
Bringing together all the colors of Thanos' Infinity Gauntlet, this hammered yellow gold wedding ring features emerald, ruby, yellow and blue sapphire, alexandrite, citrine, and diamond. Now that she has all the Infinity Stones, I'm afraid we can't guarantee her omnipotence.
Wedding bands with the symbols of their favorite comic book characters: Black Canary for her, Green Arrow for him. It was meant to be.
This signet-style ring is the perfect way to showcase the Flash logo on his wedding ring. A unique wedding ring with a very familiar symbol.
One of our favorite class ring designs. Why not celebrate your heroic academic achievement with a symbol that truly reflects how much of a Superman you are.
A DC Comics fans dream wedding ring. Each hero's symbol is accented with a gem: yellow sapphire for Black Canary and Robin, aquamarine for Nightwing, ruby for Wonder Woman and Flash, emerald for Green Arrow, amethyst for Huntress, onyx for Batman.
His wedding band is inspired by the Legion of Superheroes, featuring symbols for the Green Lantern and Flash.
With blue sapphires and a thinner band, this band is styled for a Superwoman's hand.
Matched wedding rings for the themed wedding band of a Superman and his Wonder Woman.
A beautiful white gold and amethyst engagement ring brings in a personal element with the familiar bat symbol silhouette behind the purple gems.
Inspired by their shared love for Spider-Man, this ring sets ruby and london blue topaz for his familiar spidey suit, and windows strands of white gold web around the length of the shank.
The beautiful princess cut diamond cluster in this lattice setting is an homage to the crossed claws of Wolverine.
As a fun touch for their kids, she asked us to include Hulk's fist on his wide, masculine, white gold wedding ring. We're guessing they don't want to see him when he's angry.
She asked us to style her ring after the red star and metallic arm of the Winter Soldier from Captain America.

These Are the Sci-Fi Rings You're Looking For

We won't wade in to the Star Wars vs. Star Trek debate. We'll happily design your ring with elements from whichever means most to you.

The perfect amethyst engagement ring for a lover of the Rebel Alliance. Elegant, feminine, and wonderfully nerdy.
A beautiful diamond center stone flanked by Star Trek's USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D, to be precise) with sapphire and diamond accents.
His and hers wedding bands with garnet and swiss blue topaz providing the light for each lightsaber in these Star Wars-inspired rings.
A sculptural interpretation of Kylo Ren's lightsaber handle with his August birthstone, peridot, serving as the lightsaber's plasma blade.
An absolutely stunning sapphire and white gold engagement ring incorporates the Millennium Falcon and the Rebel Alliance symbol to speak to their history as Star Wars fans.
The theme she wanted for her ring: the dark side. Kylo Ren's helmet and the Galactic Empire symbol surround a black onyx center stone. The dark side is beautiful.
For a Doctor Who fan, we designed this ring's band to look like a sonic screwdriver gripping an emerald center stone.
Matching lightsaber rings for a themed wedding, the start of a lifetime of balance between her light side and his dark side.
Do you read Aurebesh? We don't either, but we're told that the engraving we placed on this wedding ring reads "may the force be with you" in the writing system used by many in the Star Wars universe.
His wedding band incorporates the Death Star and Sith symbols. Diamond accents ensure the death stars' superlasers don't go off by accident.
This Time Lord's signet-style wedding ring features a stylized Gallifreyan message she helped him design to honor a married lifetime of Doctor Who fandom.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does a project take?

Typically, your custom piece will be in your hands 2-4 weeks after we've finalized your design. However, because each project is different, the time it takes to complete your project may vary. Here's a rough breakdown of how long each part of our process takes:

Design: As long as it takes for you to tell us it's perfect

When it comes to creating your design, we'll work at your pace. Some customers only need to exchange a few messages with us - we'll often be ready to make their piece within a few days. Others may prefer to design and iterate with us over many weeks, or even months.

Production: Approximately 2-4 weeks

Once you've approved a design, we'll manufacture your piece, finishing all the details by hand. When it's ready, we'll send you photographs of your finished piece so you can give us your seal of approval before we ship it to you.

Shipping: 1-3 days (domestic), Approximately 1 week (international)

We offer free shipping within the US via FedEx or USPS, and we ship international packages via DHL Worldwide Express, one of the fastest services available. Depending on location, international shipments can sometimes be delayed by local customs for inspection, which can extend the delivery time.

How much will my ring cost?

In general, our custom rings are the same price as similar rings off-the-shelf ('similar' meaning a comparable selection of metals and gemstones used, which are the biggest factors in price). Our aim is to make high-quality custom designs accessible to everyone.

Each ring we produce starts off as a brand new concept. Because of that, it’s difficult to know how much a piece is going to cost without knowing a bit more about the idea you have in mind.

The easiest way to figure out how much your ring will cost is to start a consultation with us and let our team know what you're looking for - we can provide an estimate with only a few details.

When do I get to see a design? Do I have to pay first?

There's no charge to discuss your design, and price out options with our team. In many cases, our jewelry designers will also create artistic sketches of our design concepts for your piece. We request a deposit prior to producing 3D models and renderings of your design and that deposit goes toward the final cost of producing your piece.

Where do your gems come from? Can I browse your inventory?

Unlike most jewelers, we don't keep a huge inventory of gems. Since every piece we make is custom, we prefer to source each stone individually, to suit the design and the specific needs of each customer.

As with the rest of our design process, our team will guide you through the gem selection process. We start by figuring out what's important to you in a gemstone, whether it's budget, origin, size, color, or simply the overall look. With that in mind, we research and prepare a set of options that we think would work for you. Some come from our curated collection, others from a network of trusted suppliers, and in some cases, we may opt to have an expert lapidary custom cut your gem. You'll make the final decision on the option that best meets your needs, and we'll make sure you have everything you need to make the best choice.

Our primary goal with gemstones is transparency. The center stone is an essential part of the look of your ring and it can be a big financial decision. Trust is built on honest communication, so we work hard to give you all the information you need to make a confident choice.

Do you offer a warranty?

We stand behind our jewelry 100% and we offer a comprehensive set of warranties so that you can purchase with confidence.

Lifetime Manufacturer Warranty

We guarantee our workmanship and take responsibility for any structural defects.

Certificate of Authenticity

All the materials (metals, diamonds, and gemstones) we sell are authentic and properly specified in your proposal agreement.

Accent Stone Loss Warranty

If any small accent gems (<$100 value) break or fall out of their settings in the first year after we create the ring or within a year of us performing maintenance on the ring, we’ll replace them free of charge.

Read more about our warranties.

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