The way you express yourself and your love should be genuine. Your partnership is art at its finest and sometimes it can only be commemorated through something truly original.
Throughout our custom ring design process, from chatting about initial ideas to opening the little box for the first time, we will walk together to create a unique ring that represents the past, present and future phases of your partnership.
With inclusivity and sentimentality at heart, our goal is to collaboratively create a piece that inspires you to be generous with your affection and honest with your feelings.
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Tell Us About You
Interested in starting a ring with us?
We'd love for you to introduce yourself with the form below and we will be in touch within 2-3 business days to chat ring design, detail the process and set us up for all that is to come.
We are always happy to answer any and all questions, so please don't be shy.
Once you feel ready to move into the design process, we will request a $100 commitment fee that will be credited toward the cost of your ring.
Select Your Stone(s)
Once we have an initial vision, we prioritize gem selection so all design decisions consider the stone.
Our favorite gems to design with include but are not limited to: lab-grown diamonds, mossanite (the best diamond alternative), montana sapphires (green to blue to lilac), emeralds and morganite.
We intentionally seek out lab-grown and/or ethically mined and polished gems.
Design & Model
From the info you provide in the form below and the initial concept we establishe, we will jump into developing sketches and orientations.
The design process details several stages of refinement, and once you feel confident, we will 3D render and/or develop a wax model of the design to give a hyperrealistic view of your ring.
Bring The Ring To Life
Once the final design is approved, we will move into production and begin the handcrafting process. And voila! Your dream ring is now your real life ring.
The entire custom ring creation process can take anywhere from 6-12 weeks depending.
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What metals do you work in?
At this time, we strictly work in 14k golds.
Are you able to incorporate family stones or jewelry?
Absolutely, though there are a couple things to note.
We can not re-incorporate stones smaller than 2mm as these are too commonly lost during the setting process (their lightness really makes them jump away at the speed of light). We would just hate to have one disappear.
Depending on the style of ring we are designing and the technical processes needed, we will either be able to melt your heirloom metal straight into your piece, or we can credit you the melt value of your recycled jewelry toward your ring.
How long does it take to create a custom ring with you?
This mostly will depend on the design process (ie, revisions needed, etc), but we usually recommend getting in touch at least 3 months before you are hoping to have your ring in hand.
On average, our custom rings take anywhere between 4-12 weeks to fully bring to life.
How many design revisions can we go through?
Once you are confident in a concept and we have refined, detailed sketches, we then head into a 3D render stage.
We understand that adding a dimension to previously considered sketches can change things! We allot for 2 revisions at this stage, and any needed revisions or redesigns (post the 2 already alloted) will add $250 to the total design charge.
Do you ever use mined or natural diamonds?
Our lab-grown diamonds are created by mimicing (on a much smaller scale) the ecological processes that are resposible for the creation of our diamond supply billions of years ago. They are indisitinquishable from natural and mined diamonds, but create 1/20 of the carbon emissions. This element of your ring is the most critical to making a more positive impact on the planet and people.
What about alternative gemstones?
We love working with many precious and semi-precious gemstones!
We will always recommend gemstone types that are above a 7 on the Moh's hardness scale as any softer stones have a high risk of scratching or breaking during your lifetime. Alternative gems at 7 and above include emerald, morganite, sapphire, ruby, citrine, amethyst and aquamarine.
Some popular gems that we will not work with include opals, moonstone, turquoise, pearl, and onyx as these have a high likelihood of wear and tear or breakage.