We buy recycled metals from a United States manufacturer. Plus we recycle metals within our own studio. Our Kimberly certified conflict-free diamonds come from a family-owned business. We buy rough colored stones from miners all over the world. We seek out artisan miners with direct connections to the mine.
Mixed Metal Patina
Yes, our jewelry starts out dark and then brightens over time. The darkened silver on our mixed metal bands will brighten with wear. The darkness will hold in areas of the band that have tool marks. Over time the band will develop its own patina/unique texture. With all ring purchases, we will provide our Anti-Polish for you to re-darken the silver to return it to its original look but the same brightening process will occur with wear.
Cut-stone rings are typically sold as either small or large. Small stones used in rings range from 3-6mm in diameter and large rings range from 8-12mm.
Most certainly. Most rings are either a size 6.5 or 9 but almost any ring can be resized. We will do this for you one time at no additional cost. There will be a charge of $40 for any additional resize after that. Please note that once a ring is resized, there are no returns or exchanges on it.
Cut-stone studs are sold as either small or large. Small studs range from 3-5mm in diameter and large studs range from 6-10mm. See the photo above for a good visual of the difference.
We use unique processes to make our jewelry. We prefer that you come back to us if a piece needs to be repaired. We can usually do what is needed at either no cost or a small one. Repairs include broken stones and issues with settings. Most rings can be resized. There is no charge for the initial resizing. There is a $40 cost for any additional resizing.
Exchanges only within 7 days of receiving;
We cannot do exchanges on pieces you purchased at another location. Please inquire with that store for more information.
Similarly, there are no exchanges or returns on rings that we resized for you.
We've heard our work described as raw gemstone jewelry. We always start with rough gemstones but we cut and polish each stone in a minimalist fashion. We look for natural formations, inclusions, and textures to expose the essential character and beauty of each stone. While we appreciate the allure of a brilliant precious gem, we’ve expanded our selection to include stones that are rarely seen in fine jewelry.