GIVE YOUR JEWELRY A MAKEOVER
WHEN A DIAMOND COMES INTO YOUR LIFE, ROCK IT
We believe that when a diamond enters your life it should stay there. But not in the back of your jewelry box. We’ve come up with a solution for the old diamond ring that fell victim to a bold trend in the 80’s, Grandma’s vintage engagement ring, or the ring you got from your ex-husband. With our jewelry repurposing services, we take the diamonds out of your old ring and make you new custom jewelry. Repurposing diamonds and gemstones from outdated jewelry is a sustainable and affordable option for designing your own engagement ring with an interesting backstory. Consider it a diamond recycle, and you rock the benefits.
PRESERVING HISTORY, THE ENVIRONMENT, AND YOUR WALLET.
We believe in maintaining the meaning and legacy of inherited jewelry and estate jewelry, but we also believe that our clients should have jewelry that they love to wear. Through our Custom Design Process, we’ll work with you to make “new” jewelry out of your family diamonds. You get the best of both your family’s history and your own bangin’ personal style.
When we repurpose your mother’s engagement ring into a new ring, we’re all looking out for Mother Earth. The metal from your setting is recycled and we credit it’s value towards your custom ring. Also, by using your mom’s diamond for your engagement ring, we’re sparing the earth one more mined rock.
Not only does using mom’s ring help the environment, but it also helps you save money on your engagement ring. Using heirloom diamonds and gemstones from a second hand engagement ring versus buying new stones can save you thousands.
CREATING POSITIVE ENERGY AROUND OLD STONES
Not all family jewelry passed down has had a happy history but don’t pawn your diamonds just yet. We understand your apprehension about using the ring your divorced-parents gave you, but the stone rocks and you wouldn’t be here without it. If you’re hesitant to use it, we are happy to do a spiritual cleansing like burning sage for family jewelry that has acquired negative juju or bad luck. Sometimes all it takes to push restart are good intentions.
Divorce your husband, don’t divorce your jewelry. If you’re wondering what to do with your engagement ring after a divorce, a cleansing ritual can help prep the diamond your ex-husband gave you for a new life. Redesign your engagement ring into a necklace, earrings, or a new ring and create a piece that symbolizes your new life.