Faceted on all sides and full of sparkle, fancy cut sapphires or diamonds are perfect for those who want a traditional look to their engagement ring. Try a vivid color to add an alternative twist.
Work with our team of jewelers to create your perfectly unique piece.
Making Your Dream Piece.
Finding the perfect thing can often be a daunting challenge, especially if your partner wants something different and non-traditional. That's why we are here to to help.
Choosing Your Stone.
Meet one-on-one with someone at our New York or Berkeley store, or work remotely with one of our jewelry experts to decide on your stone. We have a variety of stones in different cuts, colors, and price points. We use both traditional and non-traditional stones, including rose cuts and raw diamonds, among other precious stones of your choice. And if you have an heirloom stone you wish to repurpose, we'd be happy to help with creating a ring with it.
Fancy Cut Stones.
Rose Cut Diamonds.
One of the oldest styles of diamond cuts, rosecuts have triangular facets on the top that mimic the petals of a rose. Flat on the bottom, a rosecut will provide dazzling sparkle with a low profile.
Uncut and untreated, raw diamonds are set exactly how they come out of the earth. Although they can grow in many shapes, raw diamond rings tend to have a higher profile.
Choosing Your Setting.
After you've committed to the right stone, it is time to decide on the type of setting for it.
Classic and simple, a bezel completely encases the edge of the stone, keeping it safe and unable to budge.
For those who believe more is more, add a diamond studded halo to your solitaire for extra sparkle.
A prong setting delicately grips the stone and shows off the shape and cut in all its glory.
The best of both worlds, the prong halo is a compromise between the sturdiness of a bezel with the lightness of prongs.
Choosing a Mate.
Can't really help you there...sorry.