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Repurposed Rings

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Sometimes we just need a change.

Many people find themselves in possession of diamond rings that they just don’t need or want any more…but something holds them back from completely getting rid of them.  Be they post-divorce engagement/weddings rings that are no longer appropriate to wear, or simply a gift from grandma that is a little hard to look at, there are some rings that just no longer make the cut.  Luckily there is an option: repurposing.  The concept behind repurposing a ring is remarkably simple, but quite useful.  Old rings are transformed into completely new ones by keeping one or more of the key components of a ring (either the stone, mounting, or overall design).  In doing this, one can retain a part of the jewelry that will forever remain dear to them, while augmenting the rest of it to fit their current mindset, attitude and tastes. Continue reading Repurposed Rings

150 carat Diamond Ring

 

We think it’s safe to say that women love diamonds.  The way they sparkle, their captivating nature, the enchanting beauty.  For the past few decades, diamond rings have had various forms & styles, but for the most part they all had one thing in common. A metal band, and a center diamond stone.  While one small center diamond is great and everything, who would object to more diamonds. Bigger diamonds.

This ring is the first ring made entirely of… DIAMOND. A single diamond.  150 carats of a pure diamond, cut & finished.  It costs approximately $68 million and gives a new meaning to the term ‘diamond ring’.
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