Remodelling diamond ring examples. Before & after photos - PART 6 Sapphire rings
In part 6 of our jewellery resetting blog series we are showing 5 commissions that we undertook for customers that all had sapphire jewellery that they wanted remodelled. In some rings the sapphire was the star of the show, in others it was more of a subtle detail. As before the photos below are jewellery resetting before & after photographs along with a description of which materials the customer supplied & which RING jewellers supplied.
Claw set marquise cut Sapphire & Diamond ring reset into a 'thread & grain' set version to prevent claws from catching on clothes. Customer supplied Sapphire, Diamonds, & gold for the shank. We supplied the metal for the head of the ring.
Claw set Sapphire & Diamond ring reset into asymmetrical rubover set ring. Customer supplied Sapphire & Diamonds. We supplied all metal (9ct white gold).
One Sapphire ring & two Diamond rings reset into rubover set Sapphire & Diamond strand ring. Customer supplied Sapphire, Diamonds & part of gold. We supplied extra gold weight.
Sapphire & Diamond ring & Diamond set cross reset into Sapphire & Daimond halo cluster ring. Customer supplied Sapphire & Diamonds. We supplied all precious metal.
Sapphire & Diamond 3 stone ring & floral Diamond cluster rings reset into rubover set Sapphire & Diamond strand ring. Customer supplied Sapphire & Diamonds. We supplied all precious metal.
If you have any inherited or damaged jewellery that you would like remodelled, or if you would just like to update your engagement ring feel free to get in touch.
You can email us pictures of your existing jewellery, along with any ideas you may have for the new designs to: [email protected] Or just give us a call with any questions you may have on: 01273 773544.
If you would prefer to pop into our Brighton store for a chat we take our appointments on drop in basis. Do bear in mind though, that it is not always economical to to remodel some pieces (like lower value gems, silver & crystals). This is because the labour costs more than the final piece is worth. We appreciate some jewellery remodelling projects are requested more for the sentiment though we just like to point this out.