I don't know my ring size—what should I do?
You can always go to your local jewelry store and have your ring size measured there. Otherwise, measure the circumference of (the distance around) your finger, by winding a strip of paper or a piece of string around it, and then measure the length of that paper or string, using a ruler with millimeter marks. Another option is to take a ring you are currently wearing and to measure its inside diameter (distance across) in millimeters. Finally, you can try using the Online Ring Sizing Tool. Any one of these methods will help us determine your US ring size.
I only know my ring size in the local sizing system. Could you please help me convert it to the US ring size?
The rings featured on our website are in US sizes. You can use the Online International Ring Size Conversion Chart, or contact us and tell us the size you know, and we will gladly assist you in converting to the US sizing system.
There's one design I like very much, but the central diamond seems rather big/small. Can I order the same design but with a smaller/larger stone?
The center diamond in most of our designs can be replaced with a smaller or larger carat size. Contact us and we'll quote you a price to suit your taste and budget.
What about a payment plan?
We are happy to accommodate! You can choose to pay in up to 5 installments.
Here's how it works:
1) Contact us by email and tell us the number of installments and time interval you want between them.
2) Based on your request, we will set up your payment plan, which will be sent to your email.
3) Once the first installment is paid, we will begin the work on your ring, and as soon as the ring is ready, we will ship it to you.
I care about global issues, so I'm wondering-- where do your diamonds come from?
We see eye-to-eye with you on this matter. Our diamonds are sourced from Canada, Russia and Africa. We make it a policy to use only conflict-free diamonds in all of our rings. In fact, Conflict Diamonds are illegal in Israel and aren't allowed to be imported here. That's why we work only with a reliable diamond suppliers that are members of the Israeli Diamond Exchange District.
Besides the description, I can't see a difference between rings made with 14K and 18K gold. Could you please explain the difference?
The difference is barely visible. It refers to the percentage of pure gold: 14K means the concentration of gold is smaller than in 18K. That's why 18K, which has a higher percentage of pure gold, is basically more expensive than 14K gold. When making your decision, you should also take into account that pure gold is relatively soft, so in a 14K gold piece, the metal is considered slightly stronger.
What does your white gold look like?
Can a design be ordered with gold fill/gold plating/silver/platinum?
All of our items are available only in solid gold.
Can I send you a stone to be set in one of your rings?
We are unable to accept international customers' stones at this time.
Can I buy just the ring setting so that I can use my own diamond?
Unfortunately, we are unable to oblige. Only complete pieces are for sale.
No, that would be unethical. A design is a product of creativity -- we don’t want to copy a design created by someone else, and we wouldn’t want anyone to copy our designs either.