20,000 Happy Customers
"My boyfriend and I ordered these as promise rings and we are just thrilled. They shipped even sooner than expected and arrived in cute little gift boxes. Each ring is absolutely beautiful and the sizing was spot-on. Can't wait to shop with Moonkist Designs again soon!" - Julienne
"Breathtaking! I got this same set 3 years ago with a different jewel in the middle and then I lost it, so my husband and I wanted the same thing but with the rainbow moonstone and I’m in love! Thank you guys for having amazing and consistent quality. ❤️" - Lauren
"More beautiful in person! I am absolutely thrilled with my set. I love what Moonkist is doing for couples that want affordable and meaningful wedding sets. Thank you all very much." - Helki
Nestled in a beautiful studio at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Gena Smith and the rest of the Moonkist crew create wearable art that is inspired by historical design, nature, and imagination. Known for exceptional customer service, Moonkist Designs excels in bringing handmade craftsmanship to the internet age.
Started in 2010, Moonkist Designs began after Gena lost a job teaching silversmithing at a jewelry school in Asheville, NC. This sudden change offered Gena the chance to recognize that she felt most productive, creative, and inspired at the jewelry bench. With that in mind, she opened a small online store to sell her handmade jewelry, even though starting a business during an economic downturn seemed ill-fated. Gena soon found herself creating wedding jewelry for engaged friends with serious new budget constraints, and these ideas grew into the heart of Moonkist Designs.
These days, Moonkist Designs is known for commitment jewelry that is beautiful, meaningful, and affordable. Their original designs and sustainable approach to materials have been well-received by people looking for alternative engagement rings for all kinds of relationships. Today, Moonkist Designs has created over 20,000 orders for customers all over the world. They have been featured in magazines like Southern Bride, The Knot, and Brides.