When I got engaged, I had my ring custom made by my aunt's jeweler friend in the diamond district of NYC. I selected a princess cut diamond with a platinum band. There was a particular setting from a certain popular jewelry retailer which I loved that they were able to recreate for me. I was really happy since I got a one of a kind ring with a quality diamond for a very reasonable price. We had our wedding rings made at the same time while we were at it.
Since then I've been a fan of custom jewelry. When I was introduced to Anjolee, I was impressed by their selection of diamond engagement rings and jewelry in an array of classic, vintage and modern styles. Their unique customization system allows you to design your own jewelry based on your taste and budget. You can easily personalize any item by specifying the metal type, diamond size and quality. They only sell conflict free diamonds which are guaranteed with a certificate of authenticity. If Anjolee had been around back in the day, I would've considered getting my engagement ring from them but for now I'm pondering an anniversary ring. Hubster actually wanted to buy me one for our 10th wedding anniversary a few years ago but I wanted a camera instead. He still says I can have both.
What do you think of customized jewelry? Is there a story to your engagement ring?
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