Why You Should Buy Jewellery for Yourself!

Treating yourself to fine jewellery:

One of the orders I love receiving most from customers is an item that a woman is ordering for herself – because she simply deserves it. It is an empowering act, as women, to invest in ourselves and work hard for our education, careers, houses, apartments and more. The same should be said for treating yourself to a beautiful piece of jewellery, one that can be worn and cherished for the rest of your life. If there is a specific ring, necklace, bracelet or pair of earrings you have always dreamed of having, then you should go and get it… yourself!

Receiving jewellery from a loved one is a very special experience… but there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be able to treat yourself to something too. Buying your first piece of fine jewellery is incredibly exciting and there is sure to be something that fits your style and budget perfectly. Engagement rings and tennis bracelets aren’t the only pieces that count as special occasion jewellery, though. Here are a few unique ideas of fine jewellery to treat yourself to!

The Right Hand Ring

The right hand ring is exactly as it sounds – a ring worn on the right hand. But it’s actually more than that. The right hand ring represents independence. It is a ring that specifically is not meant to be confused with an engagement ring. And the best thing? There are no rules for what it needs to look like, which gives the wearer all the creative freedom. This beautiful Varnaya Vatina ring combines vivacious and colorful sapphires and makes for the ultimate treat yourself ring.

Varnaya Vatina

The Showstopper

Go big or go home… because why wouldn’t you? Celebrate yourself with a show stopping ring… yes, one that you can see from a mile away. Wear it when you are feeling particularly extra… or everyday for that matter. This beautiful pink sapphire is surrounded by a halo of sparkling diamonds and would be an absolute dream to add to a fine jewellery collection.

Bespoke Peach Sapphire

The Not-A-Diamond Ring

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, yes… but, have you ever seen a baby pink sapphire, bi-color tourmaline or grass green tsavorite? Diamond jewellery is the go to to express your love for someone, whether that be through engagement rings, tennis bracelets, earrings, etc. However, there’s nothing wrong with going against the current and getting yourself a beautiful colored sapphire design. Sapphire, or other precious gemstones, such as tourmalines and tsavorites, can be incredibly unique and special, and you are sure to get tons of questions about it!

Peya ring

Diamond Necklace with a Twist

Diamond necklaces are definitely a treat to add to your fine jewellery collection. Why not add a little twist with a different shape or addition of color? The Anna Winck necklace is a stunning half moon pendant with a cluster of sparkling diamonds next to scattered sapphires and tsavorites. This design is dynamic enough to be worn on its own and layered amongst other lovely necklaces.

Anna Winck necklace

The Minimalistic Ring

Going with a minimalistic piece is a great way to start off your fine jewellery collection. And in true Anpé style, adding a little color doesn’t hurt anybody. These beautiful Sarah Lil rings are half eternity designs and can be as simple or as colorful as you want. They add the perfect amount of sparkle to your finger and bring a certain amount of happiness when you catch a glimpse of it throughout the day.

Sarah Lil rings

Sparkling Stud Earrings

Another fantastic way to treat yourself is to a pair of beautiful earrings. Studs are an affordable way to feel a little extra and add some sparkle to your style. These Malene studs come in diamond and different colored sapphire stones. They are perfect to wear on their own or paired with other earrings.

Malene Ruby Studs

The Symbolic Ring

When customers are creating their own bespoke piece, symbolisation comes into play when deciding on what colors they are interested in. There are so many ways to create a ring that symbolises something personally important to you, for example, through a births month via birthstones and colors that represent family members or loved ones. A symbolic ring is sure to be something you wear for the rest of your life because of the sheer importance it holds within your heart.

Bespoke Varnaya ring

The Varnaya Rings- Sapphires, tsavorites and tourmalines.

I am so excited to talk about the inspiration and meaning of the Varnaya rings- they are truly one of the most popular designs from Anpé Atelier and are incredibly fun for me to create for my lovely customers. Anpé Atelier is all about color and my designs are focused on using vivacious gemstones such as, sapphires, tsavorites, tourmalines, spinels and more. The Varnaya rings are the perfect mix of gemstones in differing colors, shapes and sizes and are a true manifestation of the colorful Anpé brand.

There are Varnaya rings from the Classic Complexity Collection that are inspired by my own favourite color combinations, however I also create customized version of them as well. Many customized Varnaya’s are inspired by customer’s favorite colors, their birthstones, as well as specific stones representing family members. I love to see the outcome of customized designs because each one is completely different from the other, and simply cannot be recreated due to the uniqueness of each stone’s shape and color. These sapphire cluster rings are sure to become a staple piece in your fine jewellery collection, and something to keep for the rest of your life!

From the Classic Complexity Collection:

Varnaya Terima ring

18kt. yellow gold. Natural baby green tourmaline, natural unheated sapphires natural tsavorite

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Varnaya Bahu ring

18kt. yellow gold. Natural unheated pink, red and green sapphires with 1 VS diamond 

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Varnaya Taruva ring

18kt. yellow gold. Peach natural tourmaline, pink natural sapphire, orange natural sapphire, natural ruby, and a VS diamond 

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Varnaya Vatina ring

18kt. yellow gold. Natural unheated purple, pink, blue and green sapphires, VS1 diamond, natural tsavorite and a natural amethyst.

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See more Varnaya rings from the Classic Complexity collection here

Customized Varnaya rings:

Customized Varnaya rings are a great way to create a meaningful ring that represents your favorite color combinations, represent your family members with birthstones or anything else that inspires you! I am very hands on with the process, as I want to create your ideal, dream ring. I start off by discussing what design scheme you are interested in and then source the stones from my own collection and from gemstone traders. I then start to piece together the stones until you fall in love with a stone combination. Finally, your ring will be handmade and sent off to you to enjoy!

Here are some examples

Want to create your own Varnaya ring?

If you are looking to create your own Varnaya ring, I am more than happy to help! Contact me via email or Instagram to send any questions or ideas you have. I will respond and start looking for stones that would be of interest to you and start the sketching process. Have a look at the Bespoke page on the website, for any extra inspiration, or on the Varnaya page.

Anpé Atelier x Anna Winck – The Collection

-The Inspiration-

Working with Anna was something that made complete sense; her effortlessly chic and colorful style matches everything that Anpé Atelier personifies within our brand and designs.

This collaboration embodies a unique and colorful aesthetic born of honest beauty and inspired design.

The Anna x Anpé collaboration empowers elegance, femininity with edginess. It illuminates, with color splashed throughout. The mini collection was co-designed by Anna with curvy, asymmetrical lines. A recurrent theme in Anna’s personal style, these designs affirm that true beauty need not be perfectly polished; rather, you can be playful, distinct and express yourself authentically. 

Anna’s style is a huge part of her personality, and there’s nothing she does better than mixing and matching vivacious pieces. Her inspiration comes from anywhere and everywhere. 

“I wanted to find something that felt like a good mix of me and Anpé Atelier by taking a part of Sweden’s minimalisme and Denmark’s colorful designs. Color is my daily way of expressing myself and therefore these 3 little loves are decorated in green, blue, pink, champagne and orange.”

Anna Winck

This collection is here to say; there is infinite beauty in being different, in being unique, in being creative, and in being asymmetrical.

We hope you enjoy it just as much as we do,

Line & Anna

Read more about Anna’s life, style and inspiration here!

Anna Winck earrings

These asymmetrical waves are perfectly complemented by classic diamonds and colorful gemstones. This design is the ideal mixture of edgy and delicate.  14kt. yellow gold. 20 VS1 diamonds with 6 sapphires and 2 tsavorites.

Anna Winck ring

Perfectly imperfect. A combination of sapphires, tsavorites and diamonds on a 14 kt asymmetrical wave band. The wave band creates an effortlessly chic aura. It perfectly compliments more traditional jewellery pieces, as well as it is stackable, but it also makes a statement when being worn alone.

Anna Winck necklace

This crescent necklace is the perfect cluster of brilliant diamonds and vivid sapphires, and creates for a truly eye catching design. The sapphires are scattered throughout to create an asymmetrical, yet balanced, look. 14kt. yellow gold pendant. 13 VS1 diamonds with 4 sapphires and 1 tsavorite. Chain is in 18kt yellow gold and measures 45 cm.

Anpé Color of the Month- Green

Anpé Atelier is all about colors, which is why a majority of our designs have incredible gemstones with a unique color to them. We are always stunned when sourcing our stones that these wonderful colors could be created solely through nature. Colors are so important to us, that we wanted to highlight a specific color for each and every month. For the month of September we have chosen green as that color!

Green is the ultimate symbol for nature. It symbolizes harmony, growth and fertility. It is truly one of our favorite colors to work with, as the stone can come in an array of green hues, from a mint, baby green or teal, to fluorescent or dark forrest green.

Here are some of our favorite green designs:

Anpé Atelier Green Designs

Peya ring

18kt. yellow gold. Unheated natural bicolor sapphire and VS1 diamonds.

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Jamie earrings

14 kt. yellow gold and 2 natural green tsavorites.

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Trine Ji Green ring

14kt yellow gold with 10 green tsavorites.

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Varnaya Bahu ring

18kt. yellow gold. Natural unheated pink, red and green sapphires and a VS diamond.

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Tanakola ring

18kt. yellow gold. Natural green sapphire and VS1 diamonds.

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Minti ring

18kt. yellow gold. Unheated natural green tsavorite and VS1 diamonds.

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Green Stack

A ring stack made from 14kt. gold with tsavorites and VS diamonds.

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Malene Emerald ring

14 kt. yellow gold and 1 natural emerald 3.5mm.

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Hima Kola ring

18kt. yellow gold. Natural teal sapphire and VS1 diamonds.

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Harita ring

18kt. white gold. Unheated natural green tsavorite and diamonds.

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Boho Varna ring

18kt. yellow gold. Natural bi-color sapphire and VS1 diamonds.

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The Many Different Cuts and Shapes of Gemstones

Some of the most important things when it comes to choosing a piece of fine jewellery is deciding on the specific cut and shape of the gemstone. This can be both exciting and overwhelming, as there are many different variations to chose from.

Gemstones aren’t found as the polished, sparkly things you see when you buy jewellery. In fact, they start off as rough and unpolished, and only after the cutting and polishing process, do they turn into how we normally see them. Cutting gives the stones a specific shape and allows the real color and brilliance to emerge, while polishing adds all the sparkles, rays and dimensions to the gem.

A gem cutter, otherwise known as a lapidary, gives much thought to how they cut and shape the stones. By doing so, they are working to enhance the best qualities of the stone, such as the color and brilliance.

Here is our list of traditional gemstone cuts and shapes:

Asscher Cut

The Asscher cut, otherwise known as the Square Emerald cut, is a combination of a princess and emerald cut. A recognizable “X” is formed in the gemstone’s table and features cropped corners along its sides as well as layered facets. This cut allows the true clarity of the stone to come out.

An example is the Tanakola Teal ring.

Baguette Cut

This cut was created in the 1920’s, during the Art Deco period. The baguette cut is long and rectangular in shape, featuring clean lines o create a geometric and modern look. Stones in this cut are regularly used as accent stones in jewellery and are cut to maximize clarity.

Source your Baguette cut stone here

Cushion Cut

This style is also referred to as Pillow cut, for the softness the cut invokes. The cushion cut has gently rounded corners and holds around 64 facets. Most gemstones have a standardized cut, whereas the cushion cut can have more variety. There are two main categories this cut can fall into: standard cushion cut and modified cushion cut. A standard cut has the classic, fiery look. The modified cut focuses on adding extra facets, which creates what’s known as the “crushed ice” look, which brings out the brilliance of the stone.

An example of cushion shape and cut is the Sarala ring.

Emerald Cut

The Emerald cut was originally designed solely for emerald gem stones, however, now it is used for diamonds, sapphires and more. This cut flaunts an elongated, rectangular shape, trimmed corners and straight linear facets, although can be found in a square shape as well. The Emerald cut intends to emphasize clarity and color, and can actually make the stone appear bigger than it really is.

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Oval Cut

The Oval cut was created in the 1950’s, and is similar to a round cut, as both emphasize the fire (color) and brilliance, however the Oval cut has a different, longer shape. The elongated shape creates an illusion of a larger stone and makes the wearer’s fingers look long and delicate.

See the oval cut sapphire in the Alokaya ring.

Pear Cut

The Pear cut first dates back to 1458 and has a shape of a gleaming tear drop. This cut reflects light beautifully, and allows the stone’s color to showcase dramatically. This stone shape has a similar faceting structure to round brilliant cuts which brings the ultimate sparkle to the stone.

Shop Mutu Kola ring.

Princess Cut

The Princess cut is the second most popular cut in the diamond and gemstone market, behind the Round Brilliant cut. The diamonds on the side of this yellow sapphire are a princess cut. They are square in shape and have between 58-76 facets, making it incredibly sparkly.

Source your Princess cut here.

Radiant Cut

Radiant cuts are a mesh of the Princess and Cushion cut, and was created in the 1970s. A modern and square shape is created after cropping the edges, instead of rounding the edges, like a Cushion cut.

Shop Nalaya ring.

Round Cut

The Round cut, otherwise known as the Round Brilliant cut, is the most popular cut in the diamond and gemstone industry. The stone is round in shape, and the facets are cut in a way to optimize the dispersion of light throughout the stone.

An example is the Hima Ayis ring.

Trillion Cut

Trillion cuts come in a triangular shape, with rounded edges. It is a type of round brilliant cut, where brilliance and color are maximized. Symmetry and angles are very important for this cut, as light needs to be nicely dispersed with such a unique shape.

Source your Trillion stone here.

Fancy Cuts

Whilst there is a long list of different cuts and shapes for gemstones, sometimes lapidaries like to think outside the box and create untraditional cuts to maximize color and sparkle.

Source a gemstone here.

Anpé People – Anna Winck

Introducing Anna Winck

Any nicknames? Wincken!

Occupation? Freelance stylist and content creator. 

3 things that describes you? Always close to laughter,  believer in love and a bit anxious. 

3 things that describes your style? Vintage, color and childish. 

Any guilty pleasures? Swedish chocolate Lindt and toast with loooads of butter, cheese and sea salt. 

What have made you the most proud? When my sister left her husband to be, after she caught him being unfaithful. My sister is my everything. Ever since our dad passed away, when we were 8 and 10 years old, we have literally grown together. My sister and her husband had just bought their dream house and were getting married the next month. We had the dress and everything was planned for the rest of their lives. If you end up in a situation like that, everyone think, the solution is obvious. But it’s not – you’re giving up your “life”, as you know it. 

At what times are you the most happy? When I’m with my friends, drinking coffee for hours, laughing – and when I’m with my family, having dinner and feeling safe.

You have rapidly become immensely popular on the Scandinavian fashion scene – what makes you stand out? I honestly have NO idea. Maybe it’s my “tattooed” style – it seems to create a massive interest from my followers. I’m super grateful for all the love I’ve received in such short time. 

How are you keeping sane and happy in a crazy time of COVID-19? I’m out power walking a lot, and I go for a morning swim every single day. I try to make the most of every “little” situation of the day.  Like making every cup of coffee in the morning special. And I’m reading loads books and enjoying crosswords. 

Anna Winck on Style

What is your go to key items? Acupressure mat, sunglasses and face/hand lotion. 

What item in your wardrobe do you use the most? My oversized blue blazer. 

Have you always been so colorful? Yes! My colorful vintage style started already at the age of 14-15 years old. 

What is the inspiration behind your style? I get a bit inspired by everything and everyone, I guess – it might be a cliché, but it’s true. My inspiration comes from cartoons, any movie at all (Pretty woman), magazines, and of course my favourite inspiring girls on Instagram, Hanna MW, Blanca Miro, Anna Sarlvit, Simone Noa Hedal, Reese Blutstein and Courtney Trop.

How would you describe your aesthetic? I would say my aesthetic is all-sided and versatile. I like the Forrest Gump quote: “Life is like a box of chocolate, you never know, what you’re gonna get”. One day I’m dressed as a school girl, another day I’m all in for oversized sweatpants and hoodie, the third day wearing pencil skirt and scarf. 

What is your favourite color to wear? Green. No blue! Or pink, Ahhh I can’t choose. 

If you were a color, which one would you be? Pink! 

What is your advice in terms of being more courageous with colors?I would start with small things. Maybe a colorful accessorizing. A ring, earring or maybe necklace. A hairclip.

Anna Winck on Jewellery

What are your tips for starting your fine jewellery collection? I love fine jewellery, and if you feel the same, I would start saving little bits here and there – maybe to buy a beautiful ring from you to you. Also look for vintage jewellery pieces in solid gold, maybe something from your grandparents, that has a special meaning. Then start stacking. I love the idea of being a collector. And it’s so nice to relate a type of jewellery to a birthday, special day or special person in your life. 

What are your tips for styling your jewellery? I LOVE the mix between feminine and masculine jewellery. I love to have chunky bracelets combined with a feminine diamond ring. I think that’s what is making each and every piece of my jewellery stand out. 

What do you look for when picking out jewellery? Every morning I put on all of my rings and – depending on what mood I’m in – I go from there. Do I feel happy and colorful today? If yes, then I go with my playful and quirky rings combined with my favourite Anpé rings.

Do you always go for the same style, when it comes to jewellery or do you like mixing different styles? I love to mix feminine and masculine jewellery. I really think it goes so nicely together.  

Why did you choose Anpé as your fine jewellery brand? It was actually really love at first sight. Anpé is just as colorful as me, so the brand feels like a match made in heaven to me. I love to find a small fine jewellery brand like Anpé, and it feels so much more special to wear jewellery from a small brand instead of the obvious big brands. 

How do you style your Anpé pieces? The more the merrier. I’m always wearing my 2 Sarah Lil Pink and Green mix together with my customized Hima Ayis green ring. And I’m dreaming of adding the Josephine ring to the collection one day. 

Why did you choose these specific Anpé pieces? My customized green ring means so much to me. I got it as my “single ring”, and it symbolizes the strength I had after getting out of a not so great relationship. I felt strong on my own for the first time in my life. For the Sarah Lil Pink and Green I absolutely love the combination of simplicity and beauty mixed in these delicate rings. 

Anna Winck on Copenhagen

What are some of your favourite things about Copenhagen?That people are so super friendly. The fashion. The te-birkes. Always close to a wine-stop. Everything in Copenhagen and Denmark is HYGGE! 

What are your favourite spots in Copenhagen? Lille Bakery. Sonny Cph, Apollo, Beau Marche!

What are some of your favourite Danish fashion brands? Stine Goya, Hosbjerg, Resume Cph, Cecilie Bahnsen, Saks Potts and Ganni.  

Any exciting upcoming projects? A very exciting design collab with a colorful Copenhagen based fine jewellery brand 😉 

Check out Anna’s amazing daily colorsplashes here.

Jewellery Trends 2020

Anpé Atelier is all about slow fashion creating styles and pieces that last for a lifetime. However, it is still interesting for us to have a look at new mixes, combos and colors trending and use them in our own way.

Mismatched and Single Earrings

Mismatched and single earrings were found on the runways of fashion week for spring/summer 2020. Investing in this style allows you to create a formation that is uniquely yours. Purchase a single stud for your second, third or fourth earring hole or mismatch hoops with dangle and drop styles. 

Our tiny Malene ear studs are perfect for mismatching or styling alone. They are sold as singles but can be paired together with different colors, styles and shapes. 

Use it with bigger colorful hoops or create a line of colorful hoops all the up your
ear. A combo between Malene Diamond Stud and our Josephine rainbow hoops is the perfect colorful, yet distinct match.

Or you can choose to pair the rainbow hoops with our edgy Jamie earrings with triangle shaped tsavorites set in 14kt. yellow gold.

Colorful gemstones

Bringing some color to your style via jewellery is slowly but surely a rising trend, and will become even more popular in 2020. Colorful jewellery was all over the Spring 2020 New York Fashion Week runways, from designers like Brandon Maxwell and Marc Jacobs, Anna Sui and Marc Fast.

It’s all about embracing a more playful, standout yet effortless style through gorgeous, vivid colors.

We are all about colors at Anpé Atelier, so there is plenty to pick from to satisfy this up and coming trend.


Jewellery adorned with fabulous pearls are still going strong for 2020, which is something we are very excited about. Pearls were found on the New York runways of designers such as Jason Wu, Tory Burch, Anna Sui, and Tasaki Atelier by Prabal Gurung.

We don’t have any pearls in our collection as of yet, however we have just purchased some incredible, sustainably sourced pearls. And currently the first few sketches for incredible pearl designs are in the making.

We will be be releasing our first pearl designs in 2020.

How To Create the Perfect Ring Stacks

At Anpé Atelier, we are crazy about stacking our rings. We take the viewpoint of the more rings, the more colors, the more shapes, the better.

Ring stacks are the perfect way to take your jewellery obsession to the next level, by giving you the creative freedom to layer your favourite pieces together. Different colored metals, different colored gemstones, different shapes and different settings all add to the perfect construction of a beautifully stacked handful of rings.

Ring stacking allows you to show the world that you’re not afraid to be playful with your style, and is the perfect way to create an effortless, cool and unique look.

Below you’ll find some of our favourite ways to stack Anpé Atelier rings.

Color Blocking

If you’re someone who likes to have a cohesive look, whilst still having a bit of variation when it comes to ring stacks, then try color blocking. With color blocking, you pick your favourite color and stick with it.

In here we’ve stacked different blues in a color blocking and horizontal stack between Nil Pata ring, Marie ring, Malene Blue Sapphire 3.5 ring and Hima Ayis ring.

The Horizontal Stack

Ring stacking doesn’t just have to be rings stacked up one finger. Add lots of different style rings to each finger to create a beautiful and creative horizontal stack. The style of rings can vary from a statement ring on each finger, to a mix of dainty, simple rings, mixed with larger pieces. The style possibilities are endless, and the sky is the limit.

Don’t be afraid to play with different styles and colors and to wear loads of rings on one hand – it all contributes to your very own look.

In this horizontal stack we’ve mixed our Lupayak ring, Diyamanti Kava ring and Sudu Nil ring.

Stack your wedding band

Wedding ring traditions vary from country to country, however, generally a lot of women like to stack their engagement ring with their wedding band. The best way to create the perfect wedding stack is by finding rings that physically fit into one another, as a way to create an all around cohesive look. 

The options of stacking these rings are almost limitless. You can choose a simple wedding band or one with loads of gems added (like our Sarah Lil rings) or you can create your very own wedding band, that matches and stacks perfectly with your engagement ring.

For example we created this incredible customized wedding and engagement ring with 18 kt. yellow gold, diamonds, and bright yellow sapphires. Because the idea of stacking was kept in mind, we were able to create a wedding band with yellow and baby pink sapphires surrounded by diamonds, that slides perfectly underneath the engagement ring. The result was a gorgeous and elegant ring stack.

Keeping It Simple

As they say, there is beauty in simplicity. For those who are interested in something more modest, find rings that are of a more dainty and delicate style, such as thinner bands and smaller gemstones. It is still possible to create a beautiful stack that can be simple and neat.

Influencer Anna Winck has here stacked her very own customized green version of Hima Ayis ring next to Sarah Lil Green and Sarah Lil Pure Pink.

Another great and elegant way to stack rings in a simplistic way is to combine solitaire rings, like here, where all our Malene rings are stacked with eachother. All are so perfect for stacking either together or with your other favourite ring designs. Malene rings come with emeralds, blue sapphires, aquamarines, diamonds and pink sapphires, and you can mix and match different sizes and colors.

Embracing Different Colors and Shapes

Anpé Atelier never shies away from experimenting with colors, which is why we are all for creating stacks that mix different colored gemstones, metals, shapes and settings.

As mentioned our Malene rings are perfect for mixing, matching and stacking, as the gemstones come in different sizes, and when layered, create a colorful, unique and symmetrical look.

Same goes for our Sarah Lil rings, which are perfect for colorful stacking – even together with the Malene rings or in combination with your other favourite ring designs.

A beautiful, yet simple stack between Sarah Lil Blue Mix, Sarah Lil Champagne, Sarah Lil Pink and Sarah Lil Green.

Both Sarah Lil rings and Malene rings are incredible for stacking with other styles, like here, where it is combined with the Lupayak ring and Josephine ring.

You can see loads of stacking options and ideas on our Instagram and Pinterest, where we update you daily with news and inspiration.






2020 Engagement Ring Trends

With the new year rapidly approaching, we couldn’t wait to talk about the new engagement ring trends coming about in 2020. “Trendy” probably wouldn’t be the first thing one would look for in a ring to be worn for a lifetime, as trends come and go, however, looking at what cuts and shapes are popular at the moment doesn’t hurt. 

Below we’ve listed trends we love and will be seeing all throughout 2020! 

Colorful Gemstones:

There’s no doubt that Anpé Atelier is a fan of colorful jewellery, so it is no surprise that gemstones would be first on our list. Women have started shying away from diamonds and looking towards something more unique and one of a kind, like sapphires, personal birthstones, emeralds, aquamarines, rubies and so much more.

Everything we work with at Anpé has a splash of color on it. We love creating classic style engagement rings that have a colorful twist, such as our Nalaya ring, that has a light yellow sapphire, creating sort of a color changing effect, set in an 18kt rose gold band, adorned with VS diamonds. 

Or our incredible Sudu Nil ring, that brings about huge Princess Diana vibes. It is a natural blue sapphire surrounded by VS diamonds and set in an 18kt white gold band.

Celebrities from Halle Berry to Mariah Carey has been sporting their colorful and unique gemstone engagement rings for some time now, see here

The Emerald Cut Engagement Ring:

The emerald cut engagement ring has been slowly growing in popularity over the past years. However, coming up in 2020, it is expected that this cut will reign in popularity in the new year. Brides are moving away from the round cut style, to a larger looking shapes such as emerald cuts and oval shapes.

This style of cut creates a striking flash of light and truly stands out against other traditional cuts, such as round or cushion shapes. The exquisite shape of the emerald cut elongates any wearers finger, to create an incredibly flattering and elegant style. This unique aesthetic can be found on the fingers of Jennifer Lopez and Beyonce to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. 

Our Anduru ring is a perfect example of the emerald cut, and is perfect for an engagement ring. It is made from 18kt. yellow gold, with a natural unheated black blue spinel (3.08ct.), accompanied by a rough band, adorned by a scatter of VS diamonds (0.03ct.)

Some other emerald cut ring styles from Anpé Atelier include Rosa Malava, Nil Pata, and Sanré

Oval Engagement Rings

Oval engagement rings have certainly been popular in the past, however, in 2020, this style is expected to be one of the most coveted by women. This could be from the surge of celebrities, such as Hailey Baldwin and Blake Lively, wearing such a style. 

The oval shape is an incredibly beautiful option, as it is an elongated and soft version of the popular round engagement ring. This style lengthens the wearers finger, while the ring appears larger than it is, due to an increased surface area. 

Our Ovala Kara ring is the perfect example of the oval ring in action. It is made from 18kt. yellow gold with a natural unheated pink tourmaline and VS diamonds throughout the rough band. 

Some other oval shape rings from Anpé Atelier include our Alokaya ring and Lupayak ring. 

Bespoke Engagement Rings

We have noticed a sure rise in the demand for bespoke engagement rings from our customers at Anpé Atelier. It is the perfect way to create exactly what you’ve always dreamed of having. This is something that we enjoy doing the most. 

“I’ve noticed many people come to me looking for a bespoke engagement ring because they are looking for something that no one else has and is completely personal to them,” Line says. “People are looking to put their own touch on the design and also be involved in the process.”

Whether it be picking your favorite gemstone, fusing classic and modern designs together, or even using family jewels to create your bespoke wedding ring, the result will always be one of a kind.

Contact us through Facebook, Instagram or email if you have any special wishes or color preferences for your engagement ring! Check out our Pinterest for engagement and wedding inspiration.

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