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Your Perfect Ring

Here at Everlast, we aim to make the process as effortless & fun as possible. Personal process meets high quality craftsmanship with utmost attention to details.



We pride ourselves on the intimate approach, ensuring each bespoke piece is perfect for you and captures your vision in one of the most important decisions you will make.  During our call (about 30 minutes) I will guide you through stone selection, design and production.  I strive to be transparent and honest throughout the whole process and hope to not only answer all your questions but also educate you.   Above all else you should feel at ease and confident that you are in good hands.

We recommend getting in touch at least 3 months before you'd like to receive your ring in hand.  If you have a tighter timeline, we'll try our very best to meet it.


Quote Based on Your Preferences

We strive to be as transparent as possible!  Quotes are provided before the diamonds are sourced and curated for your viewing.  We don't hold inventory (so there's no pressure and each diamond selection is based on your exact preferences and budget),  instead we work with a diamond wholesale network to provide you the best diamond in your criteria.

Working with us remotely is the same process as it is in-person, the only difference being you view your diamond selections via HD photos and videos.

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Design Your Perfect Ring

Your ring is designed based on the diamond measurements to ensure the prongs fit perfectly and with your finger size in mind so the ring fits flawless on you.  Each piece is designed with the utmost attention to detail to ensure the center diamond is the focal point. 

Digital designs of your vision will be sent for review before production.


Receive Your Custom Ring

Our bespoke pieces comes with an independent appraisal, beautiful LED box, a lifetime manufacturing warranty as well as complimentary cleanings & prong tightening.  For more details, please refer to our FAQ section.

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