If you know what metal type you are looking for, you can select from the choices below to only show your preferred metal.
Gold can come in a range of colors. The most common are white, yellow, and rose gold. Gold is measured on a karat scale of 24 parts. The percentage of pure gold to an alloy in the metal will determine the “karat” of the metal as well as its color. 14K gold has 14 parts gold per alloy; meaning it is 58.33% pure gold. 18K gold has 18 parts per alloy; meaning it is 75% pure gold.
Platinum is usually cast with an alloy like iridium or palladium. The platinum number corresponds to the percentage of pure platinum in the metal. Platinum 950 is 95% pure platinum.
Palladium is a platinum group metal, or PMG. It is increasingly being used as a substitute for platinum and white gold because it is harder and less expensive.
To view our ring sizing chart and instructions, please click here
If you are not familiar with American ring size standards you can view an international ring size conversion chart here.
If you do not know your ring size and would like to measure your finger, follow the instructions below.
1. Wrap a piece of string or a strip of paper aroud your finger.
2. Mark the point where the two ends meet.
3. Measure the string or paper against a ruler to find the circumference of your finger.
4. Divide that by 3.14 to find the diameter of your finger.
5. Look up your ring size using the form above.
A note about entering your gemstone’s dimensions
If you have your own stone and would like to price this mounting, you will need
to enter your gemstone dimensions accurately.
This means that you will need to know the exact dimensions in millimeters (mm).
When entering the dimensions please be sure to enter the longest dimension (Length)
first, followed by the width (normally the middle dimension) and the Depth (or height)
(normally the shortest dimension).
If you are not sure how to correctly measure and enter your gemstone dimensions,
please call us directly at (212) 869-1165 so we can assist you.
The dimensions of the gemstone you entered do not fall within the allowable dimensions
range for this setting.
We can still potentially create this setting for your gemstone. Please contact us
directly for further assistance.
Please click here to send
us an email for assistance and to obtain a price quote.
We can also be reached by phone at (212) 869-1165.
If you are not sure how to enter the dimensions of your gemstone, please see our
Note About Entering Your Gemstone’s Dimensions
and/or our Millimeter
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extreme temperatures, diffused, irradiated,
glass filled or oiled. Our natural untreated sapphires offer true beauty, rarity
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, yellow sapphires ,
white sapphires and other
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premises and are available loose or mounted in a custom setting. Our jewelry and
gemological specialists will
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