We believe every babe bride-to-be deserves a ring that’s all their own — something totally unique they won’t find anywhere (or on anyone) else. That’s why we’ve evolved our design process to make creating your dream Marrow design an even easier, more accessible experience. With just a few streamlined steps, you’ll be rocking that sparkle in no time.
By combining the ease of choosing a ready-to-ship ring and the magic-making of our custom process, we’ve come up with a way to make sure you get the engagement ring of your dreams without all the seemingly endless decisions.
So, how does it work?
First, you’ll choose from our Custom Engagement Collection. This new collection is a compilation of our most coveted engagement ring designs. Once you’ve fallen in love with your favorite, you’ll select your ring size, the metal of your choice, and carat weight before checking out.
After you’ve selected your new beauty, our stone-sourcing team will get to work! We hunt down and hand-select the perfect GIA-certified diamond that’s full of life and plenty of sparkle. (FYI: You can rest assured knowing we don’t source any stones we wouldn’t be proud to wear ourselves.)
After your diamond has been selected, we give the sparkly beauty to our production team, who gets started on creating the CAD (computer-aided design), so we can see exactly what the ring will look like once it’s finished.
As soon as the CAD is finished, we send our clients a picture of their diamond, a copy of their GIA certificate, and the rendering of the CAD, so that they are kept in the loop each step of the way! The production team then will begin to create the actual ring based on the CAD. And in a few weeks, the new sparkly engagement ring is all finished!
Once the ring passes our internal QC, we take the ring to our third-party appraiser. (Appraisals are provided to clients, so they can add their new jewelry piece to their home/renter’s insurance policy. This protects the client in the case of theft or loss.) Once the appraisal is complete, the ring is ready to head to her new home!
If you have any questions and would like a more thorough understanding of how all this works, please feel free to drop us a line.
Ready to get started? Let’s do this!
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