Science Geek Wedding Rings

For the Engineer, Scientist or Geek In You

Our collection of “Geek” wedding rings is masterfully handcrafted, engineer-designed, and astronomer approved. Combining intricate designs, the highest quality of craft and materials, and heady designs inspired by mobius strips, geometries, and mathematical and scientific concepts, this collection will invigorate your left and right brain.

Choose one of our designs and choose the precious metals, stones, and details that inspire you. You can also design your own ring from scratch with Krikawa’s unique custom and made to order process. All of our rings are guaranteed and unmatched in quality. Discover your dream ring today!
  • Aero

    Is your passion aviation or engineering? Soar into your future with this wedding band inspired by the anatomy of a jet engine airplane. Its streamlined design repeats around the perimeter. While not aerodynamic, this modern ring comfortably rests on the finger.

  • Mobius Strip

    This contemporary wedding band takes the shape of a Mobius strip.

  • Mobius Strip II

    This modern wedding band is a two revolution mobius with eleven twists. It creates the illusion of two independent, flexible halves when in fact it is one.

  • Sinusoidal Wave Diamond

    This unique wedding band features two recessed sinusoidal waves.

  • Constellation

    Personalize this wedding band with your astrological sign's constellation. The stars will be represented by the gemstone type/s of your choice.

  • Fibonacci Golden Ratio

    A spiral representing the Golden Ratio adorns this wedding band. Great for math and science lovers!

  • Fibonacci Signet Ring

    This signet ring is perfect for those who appreciate mathematics. A spiral representing the Fibonacci Golden Ratio is etched into the flat surface on top of the ring. The sides have numbers and a Greek letter.

  • Trestle

    This wedding band is inspired by the structural frames of wooden roller coasters, train-trestle bridges and DIY engineering. What ring could be more perfect for your beloved engineer or architect? While chunky, the ring's negative space makes it lighter than it looks.

  • King Tet

    This ring is composed of double tetrahedrons and pyramids. Gemstones are set into nine of the shapes. 0.84ctw.

  • Moon

    One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. This wedding ring is like a cross-section of the earth's moon. Impact craters of varying sizes scatter the surface. The inside of the band is imprinted with an astronaut's footprints. The craters can be darkened to simulate being in shadow, or can be finished without a patina.

  • Hex

    This geometric wedding band is comprised of hexagons. This six-sided polygon is evocative of honeycombs and the molecular level. The shapes are cutout and overlap each other, creating an intricate pattern.

  • Carbon

    This wedding ring takes its namesake from carbon-based life forms. An organic pattern repeats around the band, with an equally complex pattern inside.

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