This special collection is the very best we have. It includes many different designs, all made with the finest care and luxury in mind. Skilled craftsmen make each ring by hand, picking diamonds that shine and sparkle brightly. These signature rings show the top quality that we offer more than 180 years.
The Signature rings collection is perfect for someone who wants a ring that stands out. With everything from rings with many colors to simple and elegant designs, this collection lets you find the perfect ring that fits your own style and tells your personal story.
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Whether you’ve set your eyes on an a wedding ring or a rainbow ring, we have what you’re looking for. We have many different ring settings. We can make one exactly how you want it and with the kind of diamonds you want. Contact us to find your dream rings.
A solitaire ring is a type of ring featuring a single gemstone, set prominently at the center of the band. This style is especially popular for engagement rings as it highlights the stone's brilliance and size.
A bezel setting is a method of setting a gemstone in which the stone is completely encircled by the metal, which helps to protect the stone and keep it securely in place.
A half eternity ring is designed with diamonds or gemstones set only across the top half of the band.
A full eternity ring features diamonds or gemstones set all the way around the band. These rings symbolize never-ending love.
Cut: This refers to how well the diamond has been shaped and faceted from its rough state. The cut affects the diamond's symmetry, brightness, fire, and how it reflects light. A well-cut diamond will have more sparkle and brilliance.
Color: Diamonds are graded on a color scale, which ranges from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow or brown). Colorless diamonds are the rarest and most valuable.
Clarity: Clarity measures the presence of internal 'inclusions' or external 'blemishes'. The more inclusions the lower the price of the diamond
Carat Weight: Carat weight is the measure of a diamond's weight, not its size. One carat is equal to 200 milligrams. Larger diamonds are rarer and thus more valuable, but carat weight alone does not determine a diamond's value. It must be considered in conjunction with the other Cs.
The combination of these four characteristics determines the value of a diamond, with each "C" contributing to the overall beauty and rarity of the stone.