Leaf And Vine Engagement Rings


leaf and vine engagement rings
Designed by garden-loving artists, our collection of leaf-inspired wedding bands captures the intricate beauty of natural forms, from a delicate leaf to a thriving, vibrant trellis. All of our rings are perfectly handcrafted by Krikawa master goldsmiths.
  • Twisted Leaf

    Delicately carved leaves cradle the solitaire stone of this organically-styled and unusual engagement ring, handmade and made to order by Krikawa.

  • Oak Leaf

    Like two perfect leaves have fallen from high up on a magnificent oak tree and perfectly landed to accentuate your simple engagement ring.

  • Oak Leaf Cathedral

    A classic design that brings in the beauty of nature in a subtle, organic way.

  • Twisted Leaf Solitaire

    Petite vines and leaves accent this nature inspired engagement ring.

  • Delicate Leaf

    This design is inspired by nature and features a stylized leaf design. The curving tendrils of the band embrace eleven accent diamonds. The setting is a modified prong setting with carved detailing.

  • Swirl and Curl

    Swirling rows of brilliant stones curl through this lovely engagement ring, with the ability to truly make a moment special.

  • Vintage Leaf

    The spirit and beauty of nature captured in a simple, elegant engagement ring.

  • Goddess Diamond Wreath

    Swirls of leaves and brilliant gems intricately sweep along the band and encircle the center stone of this unique engagement ring.

  • Garden Trellis

    In the Garden Trellis Engagement Ring, the center stone is partially wrapped by leaves. Bead-set diamonds add sparkle to them, with bezel-set stones following the channels.

  • Goddess Wreath

    This organic engagement ring features leaves that wrap around a center diamond or gemstone. The branches making up the band intertwine like in a goddess' wreath.

  • Flush Oak Leaf

    Modern design and natural beauty blend beautifully in the oak leaf engagement ring.

  • Vintage Curlicue Solitaire

    Stunning details abound in this simple yet dramatic ring.

  • Carved Curls with Rails

    curls line the center of the band in this elegant ring. Alongside the fun curls are small diamonds that accent the center stone. band are raised

  • Vintage Leaf Mokume

    Elegant and organic, this engagement ring features brilliant leaves that frame your choice of center stone!

  • Delicate Leaf with Bezel

    A stylized leaf design with ornate curves holds eleven accent diamonds and a central full-bezel-set stone, handcrafted and made to order by Krikawa.

  • Wide Leaf

    This is the wide version of the Delicate Leaf Engagement Ring. 0.21ctw accent stones. Mounting is made in your size and chosen metal.

  • Double Delicate Leaf with Halo

    This unique luxury engagement ring has two rows of our Delicate Leaf pattern. A grandiose halo of pave set diamonds surrounds the large center stone.

  • Large Leaf

    This sculptural engagement ring has leaves wrapping around marquise diamonds.

Why is a leaf and vine perfect for an engagement ring?

A relationship grows and blooms. Love winds it's way through your heart, and grows bigger and more solid as it ages. Celebrate your partnership with a ring that holds the symbols of love, hope and renewal.

What does the leaf symbolize?  

A leaf is a symbol of growth and fertility.  A leaf can also symbolize hope and renewal. There are many traditions that use leaves in their symbolism.  The Chinese tradition uses leaves in the Cosmic Tree to symbolize wholeness.

What is the most famous leaf in history?

Perhaps the most famous leaf of all time would be in the parable of Adam and Eve, in which Adam, upon feeling shame for his nakedness, covered himself with a leaf.

What is the most symbolic leaf type?

An oak leaf is one of the most symbolic leaves in western culture.  From a tiny acorn, a huge oak is born, representing potential.

What is botanical art?

Artists have been drawing flowers, leaves and trees as far back as 40,000 years ago.  The earliest symbols of mankind include cave paintings with trees.  Botanical art became well established in the Age of Discovery (15th-18th centuries), when illustrations of all different kinds of plants were made, not just for artistic reasons, but also for scientific inquiry and cataloging.

What is it about plants that captures the attention of artists?

The fractal nature of plants and leaves is intriguing.  Think of a fern with it's ever repeating spiral leaf structure, or an ivy plant with long arcing arms and tendrills. The graceful curves and endless shapes of leaves are simply mesmerizing.

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