Looking for the perfect ring can be a daunting task. Especially if you have never done it before.
We know how challenging it can be to find a place where you can find exactly what you are looking for, and that's why we've created our website in a way that allows YOU to create your very own ring - from start to finish. Instead of having to choose from a selection of preset rings, we have a wide variety of amazing center stones and beautiful jewelry settings.
This way you have complete control over the process and you will be sure to get exactly what you want.
Not only can you choose the center stone, and metal color(s) of your choice, but each piece is actually tailor-made to suit the specific stone selected and manufactured especially for you. And last, but certainly not least, all at a price that is right for you.
Here are some important points to consider when you're crafting your own ring:
The Shape of Your Heart
Finding the perfect stone is a journey. But that doesn't mean that it has to be a difficult one. With a variety of shapes, colors and sizes, you can pick the one that works best for you. Perhaps you like ovals because of the way it elongates the finger. Maybe you have a soft spot for traditional round stones. Whatever you fancy, we have a stone that is right for you.
Choosing the Clarity
The clarity a diamond plays a major role when it comes to pricing. Clarity refers to the various imperfections that can be seen through 10X magnification. Considering this, one may decide that minor imperfections enhance the beauty and uniqueness of the gem, whereas some may desire a stone that is perfectly flawless. Others may feel that they prefer a larger stone over paying a premium for flawless clarity, and they are okay with inclusions that are not visible to the naked.
Carat Weight vs. Color Intensity
When it comes to Fancy Color Diamonds in particular the more strong and pure the color of the stone, the pricier it becomes. If you are someone who likes a super strong color intensity, you may prefer to go smaller in carat weight to get the color you like. However, if size matters to you, and you want a large stone, considering a lighter color shade is a way to bring the cost down and still get an impressively sized center stone.
Diamonds vs. Gemstones – Friends or Foes?
For many years (and even centuries) diamonds had no competitions in terms of popularity as the main "course" of a ring. However, the modern market is much more open, and sometimes gemstones aren't any less than diamonds and for some people – they are even more unique since they all have their own "aura" and special vibe. People prefer to be themselves now, and no one wants a jewel that everybody else has. So picking gemstones instead of a classical and traditional diamond isn't a sign of compromise, rather it's a decision to broaden own horizons and choose favorite colors, instead of what's considered best by outdated standards.
It's All About The Intensity
Intensity is another parameter to consider when creating color diamond jewelry and choosing the center stone. Intensity basically means the saturation of the color in the chosen stone – the intensities range from faint, which has a subtle wash of color to fancy deep, which is the most dark in color. Each option can be suitable and beautiful for various uses and needs. The choice of the initial color plays an important role as well since not every color comes in every intensity (red, for example, which is only found in one intensity - Fancy Red).
If you find yourself confused about what color intensity is best for you, our team of experts are at your disposal so that you can determine what is most important to you and make sure that the final result will be exactly as you expected - outstanding.
Recommended Ring Setting
While there is a wide range of customizable settings available, here is one of our most popular designs which works well with just about any and every color, shape and size center stone -
Contemporary Diamond Halo Ring Setting (SKU 2014S)
Are you ready to start designing the ring of YOUR dreams?
It's simple, really.