(Closed) "Baking" CZ rings! (My results!)

posted 5 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
1914 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2014 - Dallas, TX

mggBoyles:  Interesting! I definitely see a difference. 

Post # 4
604 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

I would love to know if this works on CZ earrings!

Post # 5
3229 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

Yes, I’ve baked one of my cz rings before, but now you have inspired me to do it again.  To anyone who is new at this remember to clean the ring but DO NOT TOUCH THE STONE afterwards.  Otherwise you will make in the impression of your fingerprint.  Also be sure to put the ring in while the oven is warming up and keep it in there while it is cooling down.  This way you do not crack the stones.  

Post # 6
57 posts
Worker bee

Ive been looking at buying a CZ wedding band, but im scared it will look out with my diamond solitaire, maybe i should buy a silver band, bake it and see. I definitly see the difference. interesting.

Post # 8
57 posts
Worker bee

mggBoyles:  im not sure where im gonna get it,       but ive had Berricle recomended to me twice already, so maybe should buy it there. 🙂

Post # 9
7449 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2013

Cool! I have never heard of this before. I just got a ring out of a diamond candle that I was considering tossing but I think I’ll try this just to see how it turns out!

Post # 10
1654 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

I got a CZ from Wink as a stand in stone on my engagement ring and I requested it be heat treated before he sent it. Heating makes a huge difference. 

This was my ring before they had dipped it in rose gold and before the centre stone was switched to the Wink stone. Verragio sent the wrong CZ. Instead of radiant they sent an emerald cut. It wasn’t a big deal since I had my Wink stone to replace it with anyways. You can see how glassy it looks and how it absorbed a lot of the blue in the store.

This is the Wink stone after heat treatment. Doesn’t look see through and doesn’t absorb nearly as much blue as the other CZ did. Plus Wink just has really good cut CZ’s so that also made a huge difference. 

Post # 13
6442 posts
Bee Keeper

How long do you leave it in there?

Post # 14
297 posts
Helper bee


Post # 15
720 posts
Busy bee

mggBoyles:  I’m wearing cz earrings for my wedding so I want to try this. You baked it twice in a row or separate times? And did you put it on a cookie sheet or something ? how long to cool? Sorry for all the questions. Lol 

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