1. To me it doesn’t matter if I am using a .50ct diamond in my design or a 5.00ct diamond. The attention to detail will be the same on both rings. Every guy I work with has a different budget and a different requirement. I would never cut corners on a guy with a tighter budget to make a few extra dollars of profit. The quality of my work outweighs a few extra dollars of profit. Here is a client who had a tighter budget for a vintage ring. This ring was made with a .50ct cushion cut diamond. The diamond sits on a cushion bead set halo. The shank was also done in a bead setting. To personalize the piece I added his initial and her initial on the under gallery. You would never guess that this was a .50ct. No matter the budget my quality and detail will always be the same. This is what I do.

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  2. Here is another amazing halo design that I just completed. This piece was made in Yellow Gold. It was designed with a .57ct round cut diamond in the centre. The diamond sits on a round tight Italian pave halo. The thin shank was also done in an Italian pave setting. The under gallery I incorporated an infinity symbol to give it that personal touch!

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  3. Always trying new things to make my halos look better and overall my rings look more amazing. So I took my most popular halo design and tweaked it a bit. I angled the halo a bit to put more focus on the centre diamond. This design was made with a 1.01ct cushion. The thin shank features diamonds in an Italian pave.

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  4. How amazing is this latest @diamondboi cathedral setting? This design was made with a 1.50ct round cut diamond. The diamond is sitting on my new floating head. The cathedral setting features diamonds in a v-cut setting.

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  5. Absolutely love how this design came out. This design was made with a .80ct cushion cut diamond. The knife edge shank features diamonds on either side of the edge in a bead setting. The unique head was done with diamonds running up the prongs.

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  6. Here is another badass design that I am working on. This one will feature a pear shaped diamond, rose gold, tight halo, split shank and beautiful vintage detail in white gold on the gallery. You all digging the design so far? This is what I do.

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  7. The engagement ring is the most important piece of Jewellery that a guy will buy for a girl. It’s the piece that holds the most meaning. It means a lot more to the girl when her guy comes out, learns about diamonds, picks her diamond and participates in the designing of the ring vs. going into a Jewellery store and picking one out of a showcase. What makes my pieces unique is the personal elements I add to my pieces as the case with this latest design. This @diamondboi design features a .75ct cushion cut diamond. The cushion is sitting on a rose gold cushion shaped halo. The thin Italian pave white gold shank really makes the pink halo pop. The personal touch is done in the under gallery, I incorporated an infinity symbol along with the guys initial on one side and the girls initial on the other side. The small details is what sets me apart. This is what I do.

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  8. This latest @diamondboi design was made for another very loyal @diamondboi follower. As a young girl, she once saw a ring that she instantly fell in love with. All these years later, that ring has never left her mind. She has always known that it was the ring of her dreams. She came to me with only a picture in her head of what her dream ring looked like. I was able to create the design based only on her description. While other jewellers may have got it right eventually, I nailed it on the first try. Visualizing a design is a skill that has come naturally to me. Here is the ring. It was made with a 1.02ct round cut diamond. The shank features 2 rows of diamonds in a channel setting. This is what I do.

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  9. I’m doing so many oval cut diamonds as of late, kind of crazy. Here is my latest design. This one was made with a .80ct oval cut diamond. The split shank features diamonds in an Italian pave setting. Would you say yes? This is what I do.

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  10. This @diamondboi design was made with a 3.15ct cushion shaped Morganite. The morganite sits on a rotated cushion hidden halo. The unique split shank features diamonds in an Italian pave on one arm and vintage beading on the other. The gallery was made with my vintage leaf basket.

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