“Tailored to its wearer, each bespoke creation is a modern heirloom"
We believe that every love story is unique. From design inspiration to diamond education and stone sourcing, private sessions with Henriette Botha allow you to share in every step of the creative journey to bring your dream ring to life.
We know that this process may be new to many of our customers and are committed to providing you with the highest level of service and care.
HOW THE PROCESS WORKS
1. Set a budget that works for you
We are here to help and guide you to the best of our ability within a budget that is comfortable for you without breaking the bank. The price of the ring will be determined on the size, colour and clarity of the centre diamond (or any other precious stone) as well as the design and metal.
2. Choose your shape
Carefully consider the shape of your gemstone as it affect your design as well as how it sits on the finger. Have a look at the different shapes available here.
3. Your ring design
The design process and committing to a design can be daunting. Selecting the right engagement ring style is one of the most important steps in buying an engagement ring for your fiancé-to-be. The ring setting plays an important role not only in determining how the ring looks, but also which type of diamond or gemstone is the best option for you. We are here to help and guide you along this journey by askingk the necessary questions to help determine what design style is best suited to your partner. All our engagement rings are manufactured in 9k and 18k white, yellow and rose gold as well as platinum.
Please have a look at our engagement ring gallery here.
4. We are almost there!
Once you have decided on your stone and design and your deposit has been paid, we will send you a 3D rendering or CAD design showing you what your final ring design will look like. From here we are able to make any changes or tweaks before going into manufacturing. Please note that only once the design has been signed off, production will take between 10 - 15 working days.