At Bespoke Diamonds we have over 500 rings in stock. However, there are endless opportunities for you when we enter the world of designing your own ring.
Our rings are designed, manufactured, assayed and assembled in Dublin.
Click here to see examples of our most recent designs.
1. Contact us
Contact us via phone on 01-6855800, e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us through Facebook to book a no obligation consultation, to schedule a no obligation meeting at a day and time convenient for you.
2. Meet with Us
At our consultation, we can look at a number of rings we have in stock. This in in order to get the creative juices flowing. If you have an image or your preferred style, we can explore the design in more detail. As a result, we can design the ring to suit your budget. The ring is composed of two elements, the setting and the diamond. We have a large range of loose certified diamonds we can view to ensure you get the best diamond for your budget. As a result, our relationship with our diamond dealers means significant savings we make can be passed onto you.
3. Drawing of the ring
Once we know the style of ring you like, our designer can draw up a CAD image. This is based on your specifications. This is sent to you where you can easily amend or tweak the design.
4. Design the ring
Once you are satisfied that we have successfully captured the design, we 3D print the ring in our office in wax and get it ready for casting (the process of turning the wax ring into metal). Once the ring is casted in metal, our goldsmith assembles and polished the ring with our diamond setter setting any required diamonds. The ring is then inspected in detail at all stages of the production to ensure it meets our 5 star expectation.
Most designs take from 2 – 4 weeks to design depending on complexity and the number of diamonds required to be set. On completion of your ring, the ring is available for you in our showroom. If you are 100% satisfied with our work, the ring will be available for you to take and will come with relevant papers including certificate and valuation.