Engagement Rings - Custom/Unique
There are people who take comfort in having a ring just like so-and-so. There are lots of jewelry stores where you can get rings like that.
We like things out of the ordinary and we LOVE to custom make rings that you help us design.
It can be something as simple as using a gemstone that is out of the ordinary like the natural blue zircon in the vintage style ring above.
We have an excellent source for GIA certified natural fancy yellow diamonds (other colors, too).
Peter & Abi wanted to incorporate the symbol for. Infinity into their engagement ring.
Katherine LOVES lotus blossoms. Her favorite piece of jewelry (until this ring) was a lotus blossom pendant Sam bought for her.
Sam loves Katherine, so he had us feature a lotus blossom in the gallery of the ring he presented when he proposed.
We also love making engagement rings with colored gemstones or colored diamonds.
This ring below was one of the BEST things that happened in 2020 - we got to duplicate a ring with HUGE sentimental value that was actually breaking apart. We used the damaged ring as a model to recast a rose gold engagement ring built to last with family heirloom diamonds.
Here is a very unique wedding ring we made for a couple using their birthstones and a drawing he brought in. We recreated his artwork in the band of the ring.
The sketch shows his conception of the top and bottom of the ring.
Bottom - with a flush set diamond.
Below are a series of pictures with the intention of showing you the custom design process. Many times it starts with a sketch, then it moves to CAD (Computer Aided Design) layouts.
Once the CAD design is approved, a wax model of the piece of jewelry is made. Then the jewelry is cast in what ever precious metal is chosen, the gemstones are set and Bingo! - a one of a kind piece of jewelry is complete.
Nick inherited a total of 16 diamonds in three different rings. He wanted all of them in one setting.
Patti wanted to remember her husband with three diamonds from his ring accented with sapphires, his birthstone.
Brian wanted a statement piece to celebrate an important birthday of his wife. We started with four sketches, he picked one and .......
Emily tells the story of how we took baguettes from her Grandmother's ring and Sam worked with us and designed a ring incorporating them. She said people cry when they see the ring and hear the story!
This ring has HISTORY - diamonds from a great-grand mother, a grandmother and a mom all went into it. (The big one in the middle is from great grandmother, cutting technology has come a long way!)
We hope these pictures have given you some ideas on creating a memorable piece of jewelry for you or a loved one. Have an idea? Seen something you like, but want to put a personal twist on it? Come on in - we would love to design and build some custom jewelry for you.