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).