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First it was layered necklaces. Then it was statement earrings. Now the accessory trend du jour is stacking layer upon layer of delicate rings.

To that end, let us introduce your fingers to Endswell.

The new line of rings made in Hayes Valley combines modern technology with traditional craftsmanship: Designers (and couple) Rachel Gant and Andrew Deming create 3-D prints of their minimalist geometric bands before casting them in rose, yellow or white gold--10-, 14- or 18-karat--and hand-polishing them to perfection.

There are six styles in their inaugural collection. Though they can all be stacked interchangeably, we love how the sleek, triangle-topped Primary No. 1 ring (starting at $375) looks next to the spherical Axis No. 3 (starting at $275).

In the market for a wedding band? Endswell also crafts thoroughly modern, unisex commitment rings that are refreshingly affordable, like the simple, sculptural Align No. 2 (starting at $595).

You can shop for the rings online or make an appointment to try them on at the studio (or not-so-subtly send this story to your significant other).

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