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Step 1: Center Stone Cut

The process begins with choosing the center stone, this will determine your design options

Round and princess cut stones are easier to integrate into any ring setting; as opposed to more unique shapes, such as marquise and heart, which have limited options.

Step 2: Choosing a Stone

Though engagement rings traditionally have a diamond center stone, non-diamond center stones are also available for choosing. Sapphires, rubies, emeralds, and other gemstones commonly take the place of diamonds in custom-designed engagement rings.

Step 3: Style

It can be very helpful to know the style you want and what design elements you do or do not want to be included, below are examples:

↳ Should it be a solitaire, halo, three-stone, or side-stone design?

↳ Should it be an eternity, half-eternity, or non-eternity band?

↳ Do you prefer a traditional yellow gold, a more modern white gold, or a unique rose gold for metal?

Some examples for styles are: traditional, vintage, or modern. If you’re aiming to surprise your fiancée-to-be, try to bring some pictures of rings they like so we can emulate the style.

Step 4: Sizing

After you’ve found the perfect center stone and style, we can figure out sizing. It’s best to get as close as possible to her ring size.


You've made your "Perfect Ring!" Now let us do the work and handcraft it to your liking. We guarantee that it will be exactly the way you want it.

Don't forget to share the moment— And if you need it resized, we will be happy to help you once again!

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