Design the most extraordinary ring to reflect her. Whether you want to remodel old jewellery or create a brand new, personalised bespoke engagement ring, our experts will guide you throughout the whole process. We will help you select all characteristics and decide which engagement ring would best suit your budget and your other half. Begin your mutual life with the time-tested excellence of Steven Stone’s engagement rings. For bespoke engagement ring inspiration, browse our website or visit one of our stores.
We make our bespoke engagement rings with renowned quality craftsmanship, specialist guidance and the latest design and manufacturing technology. We can create any ring design in 18ct white gold, 18ct yellow gold, 18ct rose gold or platinum with setting style and diamond or gemstone of your choice. Once designed, we will send you a realistic image of your purchase for your approval. Take a detailed look at how we make bespoke engagement rings and jewellery at Steven Stone.
Step 1: Inspiration and Design
Whether you want to re-create a famous engagement ring or design a truly unique one, Steven Stone’s expert team is here to guide you and help you on every step of the bespoke process. Our specialists can help you optimise your budget, find the right diamond or gemstone and give you a professional and friendly advice on what would work best for your design and preferences. Contact us using the methods below to begin the process of creating your stunning bespoke engagement ring or bespoke jewellery. You can submit any images and ideas inspiring your design. Our jewellery experts will work with you to arrange a quote, considering the precious metal type and any diamonds and gemstones you may include.
Step 2: CAD Development
Once you are happy with the design and price, we will create a computerised (CAD) model of your engagement ring. At this stage our experts will liaise with you and make any desired modifications. During this stage of the bespoke engagement ring process, clients can experiment with their design and see their bespoke engagement ring in different precious metals, settings and gemstone varieties. Our jewellery specialists will help you develop your design and find the right shape and size of diamonds or gemstones for your setting. To create the highest quality and most stunning bespoke engagement rings, at Steven Stone we use the latest design software and bespoke machinery.
Step 3: 3D Wax Print
Only when you are completely satisfied with the design, we begin the process of creating a physical 3D printed wax model of your piece of jewellery. Once printed, the wax engagement ring models are attached to a tree-like arrangement. Lighter rings are placed on the top and heavier rings lower down on the casting tree. The next step of wax printing is placing the wax models into a casting flask and filling it with investment solution.
Step 4: Casting
The final process is casting the design in metal. After the solution has set into the casting flask, it is placed in a furnace. The wax burns away and leaves a reverse mould, which is filled with precious metals. The casting of gold and platinum alloys takes place in a vacuum pressure casting machine, where the metal is heated to over 1000 degrees Celsius. Each alloy has a different melting temperature depending on its density and material. When the precious metals have cooled, the rings or jewellery pieces are cleaned and sent off for hallmarking. To find our more information on the casting process, visit our manufacturing page.
Step 5: Quality Control
In the final step, your bespoke engagement ring is handed to our in-house master jewellers for the diamonds or gemstones to be set. Once ready, the engagement ring is meticulously checked by our goldsmith, the quality control team and your personal order manager. After we ensure the custom made engagement ring is in perfect condition, we polish it and prepare it for secure shipping or in-store collection.
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