Note: Some designs must be made by hand 

3D Model 

Physical (wax) model of ring 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)

How We Make Your Jewelry

Casting 

Wax is cast in desired metal 

2D Model

CAD Rendering Design

Inspiration

Ideas and Preferences
IE White gold, Princess cut, Pave set
Vintage, Etc.

How do you make such beautiful jewelry?

Setting/Finishing 

The casting then needs to be set with diamonds, buffed, polish, cleaned, Etc.

Are you actually able to offer the same quality jewelry as high-end jewelers?

That is precisely what we have been doing for nearly 30 years, and since we have been in the industry for even longer we have firsthand knowledge of the quality of some of the country's leading high-end jewelers. We are very familiar with the industry, and as a result we are confident we offer a far superior value than other jewelry establishments.

Why are your prices usually much lower than other jewelry stores or chain retailers?

​The price of our jewelry is composed simply of the cost of two things, the metal and the gemstones. Although prices may fluctuate depending on the market value of precious metals at a given time, they usually include much smaller margins than our competitors. We charge less for repairs and custom work because we have no middle men. Also, we do not have nearly the same operating costs or overhead as chain jewelry stores.

Can you actually make any piece of jewelry?

Yes, virtually any piece of jewelry. There are some exceptions, but we very rarely turn down a customer’s project.  If necessary, we may seek the assistance of state of the art Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) tools in order to create a wax that we may cast in the desired metal and then set with stones, finish, etc.

What diamonds/gemstones do you sell?

We have various suppliers of diamonds and gemstones, and are able to acquire virtually any quality diamond/gemstone variety in a matter of 1-2 business days. We carry Red Box Diamonds from one of our suppliers that allows us to offer a trade up progam that gives 100% credit of the purchase price toward the purchase of a more expensive diamond in the future, and they also come with complimentary loss protection for the first year. To learn more please visit the following link: http://www.redboxdiamond.com/?c=51040

Do you sell conflict diamonds?

No. All of our diamonds abide by the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme. We require all of our suppliers to provide us with a written warranty, stating that their diamonds come from Kimberley-certified sources and are not involved in funding conflict. The warranty statement that accompanies all of the diamonds we sell, which was officially recognized at the creation of the Kimberley Process, reads: 
The diamonds herein invoiced have been purchased from legitimate sources not involved in funding conflict and in compliance with United Nations Resolutions. The seller hereby guarantees that these diamonds are conflict free, based on personal knowledge and/or written guarantees provided by the suppliers of these diamonds.

Do you use "Dirty Gold"?

No. We use only recycled metals therefore we are not promoting any additional mining.

How long does it take to make a custom piece of jewelry?

5-10 business days is the average amount of time, but we have been known to expedite orders in emergency situations in as little as a few hours or a day or two.  Some jobs may absolutely require more time.

How long do I have to wait for jewelry repairs?

Usually next day service, but we are often able to complete your repair while you wait.

Why do you consider yourselves honest jewelers?
  • It would be easier to ask our customers, but if you were to ask us it would be because…
  • We have a general NO non-sense mentality
  • We do not offer gimmicky discounts or promote misleading prices
  • IE 70-80%
  • We DO NOT Offer merchandise that is knowingly of poor quality
  • IE ''cloudy'' diamonds, hollow chains/bracelets, etc.
  • Use words that are deceitful
  • IE “18k gold over silver”, “lab created”, “platinum clad”, etc.
  • Offer the best, not necessarily the most expensive recommendations
  • The people customers deal with are not aggressively trained sales people
  • The jeweler behind the counter is not making commission