Yes! We are available Monday-Friday 10am-6pm. Give us a *ring* at (310) 598-5010 or reach out by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We regularly sell over the phone to customers who have seen a design they love on social media and have questions. Don't hesitate to contact us- we are a small and friendly team.
We work primarily in 14K and 18K yellow, rose, and white gold, using recycled material whenever possible. Select pieces from our demi-fine collection are crafted in 10K. All designs can be made in the preferred gold alloy at no extra charge and we can work in platinum or palladium on special request.
We operate a small studio-office in the heart of DTLA’s historic jewelry district where everything is made with an emphasis on quality, craftsmanship, and integrity.
Each piece is made 100% in-house, in small quantities. This results in jewelry that has a hand-made, vintage quality as opposed to the printed aesthetic of mass production.
Our in-house business model also enables fast turn arounds in production and repair, and means that our customers can always work with us to solve problems or customize in personalized manner.
Our jewelry abundantly features pavé and hand-milgrain detail. Pavé is a french word for "to pave", indicating a technique for closely setting small diamonds in such a way that almost no metal is visible. Milgrain is a french word for "thousand grains" that refers to an antique method of surface decoration, whereby decorative metal beads are formed with a special tool.
The milgrain beads beautifully compliment the look of budding pavé diamonds and signal an attention to detail that we pride ourselves on.
We have a wide range of selection that is constantly changing and evolving. What you see online is a mere curation! Inquire through Instagram, email, or by phone. If you have a screenshot of the product you like, we can tell you if it is in stock (everything is produced in small batches) and give a description & price. We can do special orders over the phone.
1. Using string or dental floss, measure the base of your finger in millimeters. Use a conversion chart online to convert to your ring size. 2. Print a to-scale ring size chart and measure a ring you already own that fits. 3. Visit a jeweler for the most accurate sizing.
Please contact us. Let us know what styles you're attracted to and we can make suggestions. Depending on whether it's a size difference or a style preference that is the main concern, we will give different guidance. The first time re-sizing is free and thereafter it's a minimal fee.