If you’re having difficulty finding the perfect engagement ring, a bespoke piece might be your best option. Customizing your engagement ring can allow you to create something truly unique.
We’ve created thousands upon thousands of bespoke rings over the years. These are our top tips to make this process as smooth as possible.
1. A Vision of the Design you’d like to see
To create a custom engagement band, you will need to work closely with your jeweller. You can help your jeweller to get an idea for the design at the beginning. Your jewellery designer may be able to assist you by sending sketches or images.
2. Pick a Center Stone
The centre stone is the centerpiece of an engagement ring design. A good jewellery designer will work with your to highlight it so that it shines. No matter if you like rubies, sapphires (emeralds), or diamonds, tell your jeweller.
If diamonds are your favorite center stones, we recommend you brush up on your knowledge about the 4C’s. This will allow you to understand the quality and most important factors of a diamond.
3. Choose The Center Stone Shape
The shape and size of the center stone can make a huge difference in how the ring looks. You should consider narrowing down your favorites center stones shapes before speaking with your jeweller to discuss the pros and disadvantages of each.
You should consider how different stone shapes look visually. For example, do you prefer the classic look and lines of a round, brilliant cut centerstone, an emerald or oval cut stone?
4. Create a Budget
It will make the process much easier if you have a discussion with your jeweller about your budget. You might need to make custom engagement rings that are more complicated and labor intensive than others. Your jeweller will be able to help you determine the pros and con’s of various designs and design a piece that suits your budget.
It is important for you to know that there is no limit for how much you are allowed to spend on an engagement rings. The jeweller will work with you to design the perfect piece for you.
5. Your Wedding Ring
The chances are that you will be getting married soon if you’re currently designing an engagement ring. You don’t have to make your engagement ring and your wedding ring at the same time. This will ensure that they are perfectly matched as a bridal ensemble.
It is possible to decide to remove your wedding ring once you have your engagement and wedding rings.
If you aren’t sure what your future wedding band design will look like, or you want to wait until a later time to design it. Ask your jeweller for guidance.
6. Choose a Metal
The most preferred precious metals for engagement rings is platinum and 18ct. If you’re having your ring customized, rose gold might be an option. If you want to make sure that your partner is choosing the right metal, it helps to take a look at their jewelry collection. It is usually a sign of their preference that the majority of their jewellery collection is one color.
7. A Time Frame is a key component of your thinking
The process of creating a custom engagement band will be more complicated than making one from an existing design. It is important to communicate with the jeweler in order to get a clear understanding of your requirements.
Your bespoke engagement ring will be made and delivered within weeks after you sign off on the design.
8. Choose a skilled and reliable jeweller
It’s crucial to select a skilled jeweller to design your ring. You should look at the work of past clients to confirm that they are skilled in designing custom pieces. It’s important that your bespoke engagement band matches your vision. However, it should also be strong enough to withstand everyday wear.
You can read reviews from customers to learn how they felt about their experience with jewellers.
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