Kingdom Hearts Inspired Wedding Rings

Kingdom Hearts inspired wedding ring collection by Takayas Custom Jewelry

Kingdom Hearts is a series of video games that revolve around a central theme of Heart: love, feelings, memories and emotions. Doesn’t that sound like the perfect inspiration for a collection of engagement and wedding rings?

With that in mind, Takayas decided to create these CAD renderings of ladies and mens wedding rings, inspired by one of his favorite video games, Kingdom Hearts.

The engagement ring in this collection is inspired by the Oathkeeper keyblade, with a Wayfinder inspired setting for the center stone. (If you look closely, you’ll see that the prongs are shaped like the tips of the Thalassa shells!) The Oathkeeper’s angel wing guards frame the center stone, with the blade forming the shank. Finally, sparkling white diamond accent stones represent the keyblade’s kanji symbol for “light”.Kingdom Hearts Collection Engagement Ring by Takayas Custom Jewelry

Oathkeeper keyblade inspiration for Kingdom Hearts wedding ring collection by Takayas

The Oathkeeper keyblade’s shaft displays two hearts, its handle is fashioned after a pair of angel wings, and the teeth are in the shape of the Kanji for “light”. It’s keychain token is Kairi’s Wayfinder, a representation of the Paopu Fruit created from Thalassa Shells.

The ladies wedding band matches the engagement ring, with the iconic crowned heart as the centerpiece.Kingdom Hearts Collection Ladies Wedding Ring by Takayas Custom JewelryTakayas also created two versions of an Oblivion inspired wedding ring for the men. Since the Oathkeeper represents light, and Oblivion represents darkness, together they represent balance and harmony, similar to the concept of yin and yang or the dragon and the phoenix.

Oathkeeper and Oblivion keyblade inspiration for Kingdom Hearts wedding ring collection by Takaya

Together, the Oathkeeper and Oblivion keyblades represent the balance and harmony of light and dark.

The first men’s band incorporates the Oblivion’s Crown keychain token as the centerpiece, flanked by the bat wing guards, with the chain-blade forming the shank of the ring and black diamond accents to represent the Oblivion’s kanji symbol for “darkness”.Kingdom Hearts Collection Mens Wedding Ring 1 by Takayas Custom Jewelry

Oblivion keyblade inspiration for Kingdom Hearts wedding ring collection by Takayas

A chain-like design runs up the length of the Oblivion keyblade, its handle is fashioned after a pair of bat wings, and the teeth are in the shape of the Kanji for “darkness”. It’s keychain token is a black version of Sora’s crown necklace.

The second Oblivion ring gives men the option of having a slightly larger black diamond accent stone as the centerpiece, instead of the Crown token.Kingdom Hearts Collection Mens Wedding Ring 2 by Takayas Custom JewelryIf you feel as though you’ve shared a Paopu Fruit with your partner and your destines are intertwined, let us know¬†which of the designs above would be your choice to commemorate your love.

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