When it comes to diamond engagement rings, everyone has their unique ideas. They want their engagement rings to be different from others. Even if it cost too much, some people are ready to custom design their engagement ring. Some people prefer using lab-grown diamonds over natural diamonds for their engagement rings for ethical reasons. Customizing is the right choice for those people.
Let’s take a look at some of the common mistakes that you need to avoid when customizing your engagement rings.
Picking The Wring Size, Setting, And Material
When it comes to designing a personalized engagement ring, you would not want to take any chances with the size. Custom jewelry designs are much less forgiving of resizing, and nothing is more disheartening than receiving a ring that you won’t be able to wear because it is not in the proper size. So, whether you ask your possible partner, borrow another ring, or wrap a rope around their finger, do whatever it takes to find the perfect fit.
Choosing the improper materials for your ring is the same; are they allergic? Do they despise gold’s looks? Have you chosen a material that is readily destroyed or that doesn’t fit your spouse’s lifestyle or everyday activities? These are key considerations to make and questions to ask your jeweler.
Lack Of Proper Planning
Purchasing, sizing, and presenting a pre-designed engagement ring requires a while. Due to a variety of reasons, creating a unique engagement ring can take a lot longer. To convey your design concepts to your designers, you must first gather them.
Consultation, changes, and the approval of the final design all take time. Your jeweler may require some time to locate the diamonds or materials you’ve chosen. It’s possible that your jeweler is swamped, and you’ll have to wait for a spot on their design schedule. Professional custom jewelry creation requires a while if you want it to be done correctly and tastefully.
Selecting A Custom Jeweler That Has No Experience
You can locate bespoke jewelry makers online, and you might even be able to locate someone from a farmer’s market or local jewelry store. We need an expert jeweler when we’re dealing with something you’ll keep for the rest of your life and possibly pass down to your grandchildren. It’s a good idea to do your homework, which includes inquiring about the designer’s background and interest in your project. You may also check out their web reviews and ask for references and a portfolio of previous work.