Custom Design

3d design custom design engagement ring

We specialize in 3D CAD design and creation of custom jewelry tailored to your unique ideas, sketches, or pictures, all done in-house from start to finish. Whether it is a custom engagement ring, you would like to recreate lost jewelry, or you'd like to redesign an heirloom piece into something new, we're here to help. Consultations are free in-store. Once you've committed to a design, we require a deposit for the time spent creating a 3D design and wax model. After you approve the model, we will begin casting your piece into metal. Creating a custom design project usually takes about 2–3 weeks from start to finish. However, if the design is very complex, it may take up to a month. You can use our convenient new custom design contact form on this page to contact us with your jewelry design idea. We'll respond to your inquiry via text message to discuss the next steps in creating your custom piece.

We prioritize your satisfaction by ensuring that the final product matches your preferences. You are welcome to make any modifications to the initial 3D model before we proceed with casting it into metal. Our commitment to effective communication means that we will stay in constant contact with you throughout the entire process, from beginning to end. This ensures that the custom design you desire is precisely what you receive in the end. Whether you visit our store or reach out to us via text message, we are always available to address any questions or concerns you may have during the entire design process. Rest assured, we will keep you informed every step of the way.

Our custom design process:

We start by creating a 3D design based on your idea, drawing, or inspiration. Next, we 3D-print the computer model into a wax model. The wax model is then burned out in a kiln and cast in metal. We clean the metal, set stones, polish, and clean it. This entire process typically takes 2–3 weeks to complete from start to finish.

Preparing our wax ring models for kiln burnout:

Wax ring models before kiln burnout.

Melting gold in a crucible before casting into rings:

Melting gold in a crucible before casting into a ring.

Casting molten gold into a flask. This turns a wax model into a metal ring:

Casting gold into a mold flask.

Preparing the ring for stone setting by filing down rough & uneven edges:

Unset ring.

Ready rings with set stones, polished and cleaned:

Set rings, cleaned & polished.