Most of our projects take 6-10 weeks to complete from the first appointment.

Yes!  If you are willing to skip the wax review and rely on our computer renderings, we can rush your ring for a $350 fee.

We can work within most budgets.  A custom setting is typically in the $1500-5000 range.

Along the way, we’ll show you samples, computer generated renderings, and even a to-scale wax model of your ring. We don’t like surprises!

Custom engagement ring orders are final sale.

We love Jewelers’ Mutual and suggest them to all our clients.  Our team of Graduate Gemologist and GIA Diamond Graduates will appraise your ring, so you’ll have all the paperwork in hand.


Our metal castings are done by the top casters in America.  Finishing, stone setting, and minor repair work is all done in house by our skilled bench jeweler Zack.  More specialized work like engraving or stone recutting is done by our network of to-the-trade-only craftsmen, most of whom are in Philadelphia.

We use recycled gold and platinum in all of our custom pieces and our production line.  Our gems are sourced from vendors whose value align with ours.  That means they are as gently on the earth as possible, and treat their miners and stone cutters with respect and fair pay.

Our standard quality for our production line is G-H/SI quality.  For custom engagement rings. eternity bands, or diamond studs, we’ll work with you to find the best quality within your preferences and budget.

Ethical Sourcing

We always use recycled gold and platinum.

We’re thrilled to source conflict free diamonds.  Antique diamonds, Canadian diamonds, and lab grown diamonds are all responsible choices with their own pros and cons.  We’d love to talk through the options with you.


Heirloom Redesign

Probably.  Certain designs are not advisable with recycled metal, due to the possibility of different alloys leading to porosity.  In short, more simple pieces - like a plain band or disc necklace - are great choices for your heirloom metal.

Absolutely! The only exceptions are badly damaged stones that may not survive the unsetting and resetting process.

It may or may not.  If your stones fit into our existing piece, you’ll see savings.  If we need to create a new CAD file (and thus a brand new mold) for your piece, our costs and yours will be higher.