Megan was seeking a cluster ring to use for her upcoming engagement. She wanted to incorporate a family ring and pair of heirloom diamond studs into a new piece that felt more her style. Comfort was the main priority here so she wanted the ring to have a low profile which would be easier to wear day-to-day. She also didn’t want the look of a solitaire or single larger stone, so we discussed keeping all of the stones the same general size. We played around with a few layouts, and ended up with the largest stone slightly off center. We added in a few additional diamonds for an asymmetrical and unique cluster ring look. Because this ring doesn’t feel obviously like an engagement ring, it can double as both an engagement ring and a wedding band!
We consider heirloom redesigns to be our bread + butter, and we love working with clients to recreate their previously well-loved jewelry into something new and special. By re-working your old pieces, we can maintain the sentimental value that inherently lies in stones + metal, and produce something that will become a favorite piece for years to come.
Some of the projects we can do are:
We work with precious stones like diamond, ruby and sapphire, and handle semi-precious stones on a case by case basis. We do not work with heirloom emeralds, pearls, opals, or tanzanite.
You can learn more about resetting old jewelry here. Our pricing begins at $1,500 – our average project costs $2,000 without additional stones, and $3,000-$5,000 with additional stones added in.