Just wanted to pass on a great big thank you for all your help in bringing my engagement ring to life.
Liz absolutely loves it and has not stopped smiling. She comes home every night telling me of a new story of how someone has commented on it.
We are both so happy.
Liz Engagement Ring
We would like to share with you a gorgeous engagement ring we made up this week for one very happy customer – a 3.24ct E colour VS1 clarity Cushion cut diamond, set in a handmade split shank ring with matching 0.01ct brilliant cut diamonds set into the sides. Stunning!
Bespoke jewellery design gives the client the opportunity to design a unique piece of jewellery individual to them. The partnership between the designer, client and jeweller working together results in the freedom to take features from different designs and develop their ideas which can be tailored to their budget.
Sometimes it is hard to find exactly what you are looking for in the budget that you are comfortable with but by designing a piece and having it hand made you end up with a superior product and a substantial saving on luxury brands.
The cost of the ring can be adjusted by what quality and size stones are used and also the weight of metal in the pieces. All these things can be discussed with the designer and they can advise on what is important and cost effective to achieve the desired result.
In the case of diamond rings the first step is to determine the ring design and then what shape, carat weight, colour and clarity of diamonds are required for the ring. If there is more than one solitaire diamond in the design the designer will be able to advise what size and number of diamonds are needed.
For coloured gemstones the process is similar; firstly choosing what type of stone eg sapphire, ruby, emerald etc, the shape and size and then the individual colour.
Usually the designer will draw a detailed sketch and then any adjustments can be made and a quote worked out before the jeweler starts work on the ring.
Designing and making a bespoke jewellery piece is a meaningful way to bring together all your ideas, allowing you to create your perfect ring.
We have been making up some black diamond rings lately – Something a little different!
I just came across this article & thought I would share it with you
(We just made this ring for one of our customers!)
On the 5th day of Christmas my true love gave to me…………5 GOLDEN RINGS
The MAX Diamonds team would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and best wishes for the New Year
Peridot, part of the Olivine family, is a gemstone the comes in varying shades of green. From pale green to lime green, yellowish green to olive green, Peridot is a beautiful gemstone that looks lovely on its own or complimented with diamonds in a piece of jeweller.
Peridot has a hardness of 6.5-7 on the Mohs scale which makes it more suitable for pendants and earrings, pieces that are relatively safe from wear and tear.
- MAX Diamonds featured!
MAX Diamonds has proudly been featured in the latest edition of Harper’s Bazaar! We were contacted to supply jewellery for a photo shoot in New Zealand, the images are incredible – Featured is of one of our favourite Tennis bracelets. (An 18ct White gold dazzler set with 13.47ct of natural brilliant cut white diamonds, F – G colour VS clarity diamonds.)
See pages 124 and 130 to have a look!
If you’re worried about choosing the right piece of Jewellery for that special occasion or can’t decide what to get, never fear the staff at Max Diamonds are here to help. For that special present we now offer Max Diamonds Gift Vouchers.
A MAX Diamonds Gift Voucher takes all the hassle out of your purchase, and ensures that the lucky recipient can choose whatever they like from our range of loose diamonds, made up jewellery or, with our help can even create their own unique design! We can post your voucher anywhere in the world with a message of your choice. To order a Max Diamonds Gift Voucher contact our office today.
Welcome to the MAX Diamonds Blog! We have launched this blog to help answer any questions our customers and friends have about diamonds, jewellery, proposal ideas, or anything you like! We hope it will be helpful and interesting, so feel free to start blogging! Sometimes it can be a daunting and overwhelming experience buying jewellery so we want to change that by putting all the information out there for our friends and customers.
If you have any questions you would rather have answered confidentially, please feel free to call us on (02) 9231 3454 or email us at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!