(Closed) Can a jeweler replicate this?

posted 9 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
4485 posts
Honey bee

Jewelers can do anything but they vary in terms of experience and skill so you will have to shop around. Take the pic with you to a variety of jewelers and ask them if they can honestly replicate it for you. If they can’t they will be upfront with you.

Post # 4
5148 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 2010

You might want to check to see if David Klass (Klass Jewelery on ebay) can do something like this. He sells semi mounts but he also will make custom work if you contact him.

You can see more of his work on Better Than Diamond and see if it fits with what you want. He has AMAZING prices for custom work in my opinion and really does make some beautiful rings. I have seen many “replicas” of his shown and they look fantastic. He is very particular about “making it right” (I think there are times he actually remakes the rings a couple times before he ever even shows the buyer so he can get it right!). I am confident he could do it, and if he can’t, he will let you know very honestly.

Post # 5
2605 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

I’ve seen Laurie Sarah on etsy duplicate a Tacori wedding band, and it was gorgeous!  She does custom work too.

Post # 6
1595 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@newcitylights:  you can make an offer and buy the setting for less than $2400 here:


AND, here is one that is similar to the Tacori for $750 ends in 6 hours, so you better think fast! (although there is a 14 day return policy!):


Post # 7
1024 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

yes but it could end up costing the same or more so look around

Post # 8
1456 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2015

I hate to say this, but I think I remember a bee who posted about trying to replicate a Tacori halo and it ended up being a nightmare πŸ™ Tacori settings are extremely delicate and detailed, and even though it is a “label” (like Tiffany or something) I think you get what you pay for pretty much. Things like the delicate milgrain, the graduated diamond sizes, and the little swirls and flourishes are all places where it could end up looking cheapy and messy if done poorly.

Also, the custom route can be pretty expensive as well. You may only be able to save anywhere from a few hundred dollars, to maybe a thousand max. 

Post # 9
205 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

A lot of jewelers in California are experienced in replicating a designer ring, espeically with Tacori because they’re so high in demand. Some jewelers will hit it right on the money and some will not, so I would suggest you shop around for jewelers, see if they can show you pictures of previous work they’ve done, etc.

Post # 11
1595 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

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@newcitylights:  its not an authentic tacori, the seller is a top-rated seller, so I wouldn’t be concerned plus you have 14 days to return it, so you can get it checked out by a local jeweler. Also, once you insure the ring that should protect you against any type of damage to the ring!

ETA: as another bee posted, I wouldn’t attempt a custom design…the other bee who did this ended up spending a lot of money to get a ring that looked nothing like the tacori…she exchanged it for an entirely different setting!

Post # 13
4474 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

a really good jeweler could make something that looks similar or just like it.  It might be hard to find such a jeweler, though.

Post # 14
13 posts

Your dream ring is my dream ring too.  It was the first one I picked out when we went to try on rings and I fell in love with it!  Good luck.  I am anxious to see if anyone else has had any luck with this too πŸ™‚

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