Create Your Unique Piece: Custom Jewelry Ordering Process

1. Consultation: Fill out your custom jewelry in custom form order. Whether you have a specific design in mind or need guidance in shaping your ideas, we'll work closely with you to understand your preferences, style, and budget.

2. Design Phase: Once we've gathered your requirements and inspiration, our skilled designers will craft a custom design concept tailored to your vision. Utilizing advanced techniques such as CAD (Computer-Aided Design) and 3D rendering, we'll provide you with detailed visuals to bring your concept to life.

3. Price Quote and Timeline: We believe in transparency and will provide you with a comprehensive price quote, we will accept half payment for the price to process your oder and fully paid after finish your jewelry. Estimated timeline for your custom piece is 3-4 weeks. Rest assured that there are no hidden costs, and we'll keep you informed every step of the way, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free experience.

4. Production & Delivery: With your approval of the design and materials, our skilled craftsmen will begin the meticulous process of bringing your custom jewelry to life. Combining traditional craftsmanship with cutting-edge technology, we'll ensure that every detail is executed to perfection. Upon final approval, we'll finalize the payment and arrange for the delivery or pickup of your custom jewelry. We stand behind the quality of our work and offer warranties to provide you with peace of mind as you cherish your one-of-a-kind creation.

Congratulations! You now own a truly unique piece of jewelry that reflects your style, personality, and meaningful moments. Wear it with pride and treasure it for years to come as a symbol of your individuality and the memories it represents.

Jewelry Education


The word “diamond” comes from the Greek word, adámas, meaning “unbreakable.” This meaning led to the diamond becoming the symbol of unbreakable love and, thus, the most popular option for other romantic jewelry. 

A diamond is formed in the Earth’s mantle under high-pressure and high-temperature conditions. In order to find diamond veins, the stones need to be propelled upwards through volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. Only then can miners reach these precious gems and extract them for refinement. These days, diamonds can, in fact, also be formed in a lab environment resulting in eco-friendly lab-grown diamond jewelry!


Besides their mythological history, diamonds are also incredibly popular because of their durability. The Greeks were correct in their assessment because diamonds are considered among the hardest natural materials. Diamonds are the preferred gem in all Jewelry because they’re suited for everyday wear. Unlike many other gems, diamonds rarely chip or break, and they hold a polish remarkably well.

While diamond rarity is falling with the production of lab-grown gemstones, their value due to their durability and sparkle cannot be denied.


There are four essential elements that determine the quality of the diamond. Our diamond facts are based on the cut, color, clarity, and carat. As you explore this blog to enhance your diamond education, you’ll find an explanation of each factor in any diamond’s value.



Among diamond experts, cut is considered to be the most important of the 4 Cs of diamond facts. A well-cut diamond can reflect up to 90% of the light it receives, while a fair or poor-cut diamond will only reflect about 40% of the light around it. 

Diamonds come in many shapes, known as cuts. Cutting a diamond gives it more flat planes to ensure it sparkles from every angle. As light hits the various facets, it refracts to show a range of rainbow hues. A better quality cut means more sparkle, brilliance, and shine. Some of the most popular shapes include:

Brilliant (Round)  Princess  Oval  Cushion  Emerald  Marquise

Determining a diamond’s shape is dependent on the nature of the rough stone. After examining the existing facets and flaws in a diamond, a professional gem cutter will decide how to capture the stone’s essence in a shape suited to showing its best features.



An ideal cut that reflects light back through the top of the stone.


A cut that’s too deep, allowing light to escape through the side.


A cut that’s too shallow and allows the light to escape from the bottom.

Cut so that the light is reflected back through the top of the stone Too Deep; allowing light to escape through side Too Shallow; allowing light to escape from the bottom

Diamonds are fashioned into a number of shapes, depending on the nature of the rough stone. The seven most popular shapes are princess, marquise, pear, emerald, oval, heart and round (also called brilliant). The round, brilliant cut is the most popular shape. 


The clarity of a diamond relates to its internal characteristics, which affect the overall appearance of the diamond. Inclusions, inside flaws in a diamond, and blemishes, defects on the outside of a diamond, are less desirable. Inclusions and blemishes don’t affect a diamond’s performance or structural integrity, but large clouds internally can affect its ability to transmit and scatter light.

Some minor inclusions can be useful, as they can be used to identify each individual diamond, like a fingerprint. Most inclusions are undetectable to the naked eye. However, diamonds without inclusions, known as Flawless Grade, are the most desirable and fetch the highest prices. Check out this chart for a visual representation of these diamond facts.


When you’re looking to buy a piece of fine jewelry with diamonds, we know you want as much information as possible. If you feel like you need additional diamond education in reference to a specific piece, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our team for guidance and support.