- 6 years ago
- Wedding: April 2006
Hello Bees! I just wanted to do a thread about my new custom radiant cut moissanite halo ring that I purchased from EJCollections on etsy.com. I cannot rave about John’s work enough. Not only was his customer service amazing (every email I sent him was replied to within 15 minutes), but the craftmanship and quality is outstanding. I could not be happier with this ring. This ring has been a dream of mine for some time, and John captured my vision completely.
I also wanted to post about this because I opted for a smaller sized moissanite center stone, and a radiant cut, which seem to be less common. The stone is a 6x4mm Forever Brilliant. I’ve never owned a moissanite before, and was a bit nervous purchasing one sight unseen online, but I am amazed. I love this stone. I love the rainbowy fire it shoots off, I love how it sparkles even in the dark, and I even love the ever so slight warmth it casts under certain lights. The moodiness that I was so afraid of is actually what I love most about it. I’d say 99% of the time it is bright white, but the warm glow it casts off every once in a while is really pretty too.
EJCollections was amazing at keeping me up-to-date on the progress of my ring. I sent him 3 inspiration pics to work from. He sent me CAD images to review, as well as pictures of the setting before and after the diamonds and center stone were set. I would highly recommend EJCollections if anyone is interested in quality custom work for an amazing price. I had received quotes from 8 different jewelers, and he not only offered the best price, but also got back to me the quickest and had excellent reviews. Again, if you’re looking for excellent quality, a fair price, and good customer service you won’t be disappointed.
I have included the following pics of the process:
Pic #1-Inspiration photos.<br />Pic#2- CAD images.<br />Pic#3-Progress Photos (with and without stones set).<br />All other photos are ones I took once I finally had this beauty. Please ignore the fact that the ring is in a Birk’s ring box, I just used that for the photos.