Searching for an engagement ring can be frustrating. You have the perfect Rocky Mountain backdrop or Mile High backdrop but first you need a ring. You want it to be special, you want it to represent your relationship, and you want her to love it, but every ring looks the same and the buying process feels impersonal. Abby Sparks has all the detail and information you need to begin creating the quality and custom piece of her dreams. From figuring out how to discreetly size her ring to selecting a gemstone, we can help. View some of the custom rings that we’ve designed over the years with our clients in Denver, CO and around the country. These are not available for purchase (each piece is completely unique) but get inspired to create your own special ring!
You have to make it. But don’t worry, it’s not all on you. We can translate any hints she’s dropped or ring images she’s sent you. You’ll work one-on-one with your own jewelry designer through our remote jewelry design process to craft the perfect ring for your story. Get exactly what you want with full transparency, and confidently pop the question with a truly unique engagement ring that’s as one-of-a-kind as she is.
Book a meeting to share your engagement ring ideas, timeline and budget. Financing available.
See sketched ring options and review sourced stones (or reuse your heirloom diamonds) until you approve.
Your ring is architected and precisely engineered with CAD, cast in metal, and the stones are set by hand.
Your custom engagement ring is ready! Your custom jewelry shows up on your doorstep in style.
You want to make sure you’re getting exactly what you need. That means hitting the right budget and selecting all the right materials. Learn more from our resources below about how to design the perfect ring for your lifestyle and in your budget range.
Get inspiration from the custom rings we’ve designed for Denver brides.
You don’t have to, that’s our job. We’ll educate you on all of your options every step of the way.
Absolutely. Many clients make a custom engagement ring because they have an existing diamond they want to use in the design. You can learn more are jewelry repurposing here.