1. This is slowly becoming my most popular halo design. This version was made with a 1.00ct cushion cut diamond on a double Italian pave halo. The super thin shank really makes the centre pop. You all love this design? This is what I do.

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  2. How amazing is my latest “WOW” ring. This design was made with a 1.50ct princess cut on a pave halo. The shank also features diamonds in a pave setting. The fancy under gallery also has diamonds set all around it. You all loving this new design? This is what I do!

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  3. There is nothing stronger in life then the bond of a mother with her kids. Here is a piece that I made for a mother of 3. She wanted a piece to celebrate her 3 boys. Using the in-style bar necklace, I carved out the boys initials intercepted by a diamond. On the chain I added a couple of diamonds in a bezel setting.

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  4. Here is my latest halo design. The centre was made with a .62ct cushion cut on a cushion shaped v-cut halo. The shank also features diamonds in a v-cut setting. To personalize the piece I added an infinity symbol under the gallery. You all loving this halo design? This is what I do.

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  5. Here is my latest wedding set. The engagement ring features a 1.09ct princess cut on a square Italian pave setting. The shank features princess cuts in an Italian pave setting. I then completed the look with a matching band on either side. You all loving the look? This is what I do. 

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  6. This is as classic as it comes for an engagement set. The engagement was made with a 1.04ct round cut diamond. The sides feature diamonds in a channel setting. The matching channel set band completes the look. You loving the classic look? This is what I do. 

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  7. The versatility of my work. This clients girlfriend loved my swirl ring. The original swirl ring that I made was 15000.00 dollars. This clients budget was 4000.00 dollars. By using a smaller diamond I was able to give her the ring that she loves, and made it fit his budget. You all still love my swirl ring? This is what I do. 

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  8. How spectacular is this latest @diamondboi piece. This engagement ring was designed with a .90ct cushion cut diamond, that sits on an Italian pave cushion halo. The braid shank design also features diamonds in an Italian pave setting. Dividing the braids is graduated round cut stones. You all love this blingy ass piece? This is what I do

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  9. These have to be the most badass pair of cufflinks I have ever made for a guy. Nuff respect to the girl who ordered these. 

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  10. My most popular design. This one was made with a .80ct princess cut, sitting on my v-shaped floating head. The sides I went as thin as I could go, to make the centre appear bigger. You love the look? This is what I do.

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