Rachel made my proposal happen. Period. I came to her with a picture and a tight timeline. She helped me form a budget that I was comfortable with. Rachel then understood the idea, drove the design of my fiancée's ring, and had it to me before I needed it, within budget. All the while keeping me in the loop. And keeping me in the loop meant patiently explaining each step to someone with no concept of how jewelry is made, how much things cost, etc. She helped me understand every decision I was making along the way.
The buying experience was an absolute pleasure; the resulting ring was flawless.
I worked with Rachel on the engagement and wedding rings for my (now) wife. She is a pleasure to work with and created exactly what we discussed. The rings are absolutely gorgeous and my wife gets compliments on them regularly. I highly recommend her to anyone looking to create a unique piece of jewelry, ring or otherwise!
I started my journey with the Valente family ring, design examples from Keiko and a fair amount of anxiety. Rachel was amazing. She walked me through the process of modernizing Keiko's grandmother's ring into a one-of-a-kind piece that she absolutely loves. I couldn't have asked for anything more.
Tony knew that Bao wanted a "Square Diamond" ring, however he didn't know the difference between cuts (most don't). I showed Tony both the Princess cut and the Asscher cut, and in the end he made a great choice. Bao's engagement ring boasts a gorgeous asscher cut diamond center sitting on a thin diamond shank. Tony surprised Bao with a champagne sunset excursion on a chartered yacht, dropping down to one knee to pop the question. What a classy guy!
Spencer came to me wanting a non-traditional three stone diamond ring for the love of his life, Lisa. We collaborated to create this one of a kind, vintage radiant cut engagement ring. Spencer surprised Lisa on a trip to Whistler, dropping down on one knee at a scenic waterfall.