How to Create a Unique Ring
Design Your Own Rings
Sometimes you just don't feel like being one of the crowd. You want to stand out. You want something distinctive - something that matches your own particular style.
Designing your own, unique ring is an easy way to put a one-of-a-kind stamp on your jewelry collection.
Here is how to create a unique ring.
Step 1: Decide how much you want to spend
You can design your own ring, including diamonds, gemstones and a setting, from as little as $400.
Step 2: Decide on your center stone
Do you want a diamond, sapphire, emerald or ruby to be the main feature of your ring? What shape and size do you prefer?
Step 3: Search for a setting
We have hundreds of solitaire, three-stone and multi stone settings to choose from. Or, if you've seen something you especially like elsewhere, send us a photo, or even a drawing of the setting and we can make it for you.
Once you have designed your ring, we send the blueprint to our master jewelers. Our professionals are master craftsmen, bursting with artistic flair and creativity. They take pride in bringing your design to life, exactly as you imagined.
From the beginning of the process, to the very end, we stay in constant touch with our craftsmen to make sure that your ring turns out perfectly. We check on the design specifics and make sure the process of making the wax, mold and setting goes smoothly.
Once the setting is made, we send it, along with your selected stones, to our master setters for the intricate job of setting the stones safely and securely in your ring. Our setters are specialists in their craft and have years of experience setting everything from simple solitaires to multi-stone rings with dozens of tiny diamond accents.
After final polishing and cleaning your ring is sent to our quality control department where it is triple checked to ensure that it meets our exceptional quality standards.
If you're looking for inspiration to get you started, visit our Design Ideas. You could design your own, unique ring in just a few easy steps.