(Closed) Online setting question?

posted 6 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
4478 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

My ring is from James Allen, and we sent them a stone.  They charge a setting fee.  I liked this company because you can view rotating 3d CAD models of the ring.  They have great customer service and great warranties.  I recently got my ring repaired for free.  


Some online companies are willing to set a stone, some aren’t.  You can either send a company your stone, or order the setting online and have it set locally.  Part of this depends on the type of setting.  A simple prong setting, like a solitaire or only pave band usually can be sent to you and easily set locally.  My ring is a halo, so they needed to custom make it according to my stone’s measurements.  FI had to send them the stone in this case. 

Post # 5
2031 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

Check out the boards at ‘Better Than Diamond’, as they have a LOT of vendors there. They work with sims and diamonds, and there are a TON of ladies over there who just love their work.  The vendors are usually good about chiming in on posts too!  

Post # 6
1505 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

DeBebians is a great online jewelry company.  They can manufacture the setting for your particular stone(s) (you just need to send them the measurements) and then you can have the stone(s) set locally.  Here is their assortment of engagement rings.  Keep in mind that they can modify any setting for your size and shape of center stone.  Hope that helps!

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