Inside the Workshop

See how we craft these works of art from start to finish.

Intricate wax designs are made for individual rings

Waxes are covered in investment so a mold can be made.

Casting is the process of pouring molten metal to create a ring.

After casting, the sprue is still attached and needs to be removed before the next step.

Sprues can only be cut so close to the ring and will be hand finished to keep the details intact.

The edges are smoothed and the ring size doubled checked and adjusted to your measurements.

We hand pick our gems, selecting for color, clarity and brightness.

After selecting the stone, it is carefully set into the bezel.

Rings get a final polish and your selected finish is applied.

Ring size is checked one final time.

One last polish with a cleaning cloth and your ring is ready for shipping.

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