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Metal
  • No Preference
  • White Gold This metal has a beautiful polish and provides an excellent backdrop for diamonds.
  • Yellow Gold This traditional choice adds a signature warmth.
  • Rose Gold This traditional choice is the most romantic of metals.
  • Platinum The most expensive, durable and heaviest choice available.
  • Palladium One of the world's rarest - and almost identical to platinum.
  • Silver A classic choice with limitless casting options. Used for hundreds of years.
  • Titanium Incredibly strong, but lightweight, durable and hypo-allergenic.
  • Tungsten Strong, scratch-resistant and hypo-allergenic.
Stone
  • No Preference
  • Diamond The stone that needs no introduction - diamonds are forever.
  • Ruby The stone of love, passion and romance, with an inner glow of fire. Birthstone of July.
  • Blue Sapphire Magnificent, with celestial hues - a stone of wisdom and royalty. Birthstone of September.
  • Emerald A symbol of truth, love, and eternal life. Birthstone of May.
  • Amethyst The stone of creativity and spirituality, with its unique purifying aura. Birthstone of February.
  • Aquamarine The sailor's talisman of good luck, this stone evokes the purity, exhilaration and relaxation of the sea. Birthstone of March.
  • Moissanite Forged by meteor impacts, this stone evokes the power and eternity of the heavens.
  • Citrine A bright stone of warmth and vitality. A warm sun representing health and happiness. Birthstone of November.
  • Morganite A clear, peach-colored stone, with pale rays of early sunshine that warm the soul.
  • Red Garnet The most ancient of talismans, a sensual stone of primordial fire, of purification and love. Birthstone of January.
  • Rhodolite Garnet The rose stone, a gem of brilliant fire, often called the Inspiration stone.
  • Pink Tourmaline The gem of compassion and gentleness, and the yang of Green Tourmaline. Birthstone of October.
  • Black Onyx This protective stone provides a striking contrast, and bestows courage in battle. Birthstone of July.
  • Peridot A cheerful and uplifting stone that radiates life-giving energy. Birthstone of August.
  • Pink Sapphire A stone of femininity, of wisdom and resilience, of compassion and the power of vulnerability.
  • Yellow Sapphire A stone of the intellect, of prosperity and new directions, and the possibilities in life.
  • Tanzanite A stunning stone of shifting blues and violets, celebrated as the gemstone of the 20th century. Birthstone of December.
  • Blue Topaz A symbol of affection, opulence and luxury. Birthstone of December.
  • Green Tourmaline Also known as Verdelite, this healing stone of strength and vitality is the yang of Pink Tourmaline.
  • White Sapphire The purest of sapphires, bringing wisdom and strength of spirit, worn throughout the ages for protection and good fortune.
  • Iolite A dark winter sky of shifting violet-blue, this gem is often called the shaman's stone.
  • Rock Crystal Also known as Quartz, valued for its clarity. Prized by ancient cultures and called the supreme gift of Mother Earth.
  • London Blue Topaz Lighter and greyer than Blue Topaz. A symbol of affection, opulence and luxury. Birthstone of December.
  • CVD Diamond Identical to a natural diamond and an ethical alternative to traditional mining.
Stone Shape
  • No Preference
  • Round Icon Round The most popular cut, cherished for hundreds of years - the circle is a universal symbol with extensive meaning.
  • Princess Icon Princess This cut emits a unique color and is available in both square and rectangle.
  • Cushion Icon Cushion Also called a pillow cut. Large facets provide exceptional brilliance and clarity.
  • Emerald Icon Emerald This cut's large rectangular window will beautifully showcases the stone's natural clarity and color.
  • Oval Icon Oval A classic cut similar to a traditional round cut but providing a slender brilliance that often matches other jewelry.
  • Radiant Icon Radiant A unique shape combining the bold chamfered corners of an emerald cut with the brilliance of a round cut.
  • Asscher Icon Asscher A unique cut developed during the Roaring 20s, providing a unique and mesmerizing aesthetic.
  • Marquise Icon Marquise A cut that maximizes a stone's caret weight and creates an effect of a longer, more slender hand.
  • Heart Icon Heart This cut speaks for itself, especially with a pink stone. For the true romantics.
  • Pear Icon Pear A combination of marquise and round cuts, this shape provides a slender hand appearance.
  • Trillian Icon Trillian This cut developed in the 1970s provides dazzling curved edges and a unique energy.
  • Baguette Icon Baguette A bold, rectangular cut, similar to an Emerald cut but with fewer facets - simple, timeless elegance.
Setting
  • No Preference
  • Solitaire Icon Solitaire A classic setting composed of prongs that maximizes the presence of the stone.
  • Pave Icon Pave A ring completely studded with stones, providing a striking sparkle.
  • Channel Set Icon Channel Set A grooved ring neatly filled with smaller stones. A beauty to behold.
  • Side Stone Icon Side Stone A classic setting that provides additional sparkle or color contrast with the larger center stone.
  • Three Stone Icon Three Stone A classic setting that provides additional sparkle or color contrast with the larger center stone.
  • Tension Icon Tension A mesmerizing floating stone held in suspension by the two bands of the ring.
  • Halo Icon Halo The encircling stones draw attention to the center to create the appearance of a larger center stone.
  • Vintage Icon Vintage These settings are characteristic of timeless design periods in history.
  • Bezel Icon Bezel A beautifully minimalist setting, with metal encapsulating a single large stone.
  • Split Shank Icon Split Shank A flowing design featuring a band that parts as it reaches the center.
  • Art Deco Icon Art Deco These rings embody the grace and elegance of the 1920s, 30s and 40s.