Design a monogram ring to represent you, your history, or your newly formed family. Whether you're picturing a traditional pinky ring or have a unique design in mind, our designers will help you create a ring that reflects you.
Discuss design ideas, options, budget, with a dedicated jewelry consultant - your guide to the custom experience.
See sketches and concept art designed just for you by our jewelry design team.
Visualize your piece with high resolution 3D renderings, and we'll adjust every detail until you tell us it's perfect.
Receive your custom ring, with the assurance it's been made to wear and last a lifetime.
CustomMade designs and creates one-of-a-kind, custom fine jewelry. Each piece we create is inspired by you, designed for you, and fabricated just for you.
Read more about our monogram rings below or learn more about how we design our custom signet rings.
There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to monograms, but there are plenty of traditions and more modern angles to consider. The monogram can represent an individual's initials, a couple, or an entire family. Ordering, sizing and positioning of each initial can reflect both your style and the story you want the ring to convey. Get inspired by a few of the monogram choices our customers have made.
Bold and blocky. Clean and modern. Gothic. Ornate and vining. We design every ring from scratch, so there are no limits on the fonts or styling you can choose. From the most traditional font to a truly unique style, you can create a monogram ring that's just right for you.
To be honest, I'm feeling a bit emotional with the whole experience, from design to finish the whole process was flawless and it felt very personal. There was clear and consistent communication with regular follow ups to keep me up to date. Mima was very patient and determined to ensure I received the product that I wanted. I'm truly grateful with the exceptional service and the quality product. Thanks guys, you were great! I'll be back...
- Isaac M.
How long does a project take?
Typically, your custom piece will be in your hands 2-3 weeks after we've finalized your design. However, because each project is different, the time it takes to complete your project may vary. Here's a rough breakdown of how long each part of our process takes:Design: As long as it takes for you to tell us it's perfect
When it comes to creating your design, we'll work at your pace. Some customers only need to exchange a few messages with us - we'll often be ready to make their piece within a few days. Others may prefer to design and iterate with us over many weeks, or even months.Production: Approximately 2 weeks
Once you've approved a design, we'll manufacture your piece, finishing all the details by hand. When it's ready, we'll send you photographs of your finished piece so you can give us your seal of approval before we ship it to you.Shipping: 1-3 days (domestic), Approximately 1 week (international)
We offer free shipping within the US via FedEx or USPS, and we ship international packages via DHL Worldwide Express, one of the fastest services available. Depending on location, international shipments can sometimes be delayed by local customs for inspection, which can extend the delivery time.
How much will my ring cost?
In general, our custom rings are the same price as similar rings off-the-shelf ('similar' meaning a comparable selection of metals and gemstones used, which are the biggest factors in price). Our aim is to make high-quality custom designs accessible to everyone.
Each ring we produce starts off as a brand new concept. Because of that, it’s difficult to know how much a piece is going to cost without knowing a bit more about the idea you have in mind.
The easiest way to figure out how much your ring will cost is to start a consultation with us and let our team know what you're looking for - we can provide an estimate with only a few details.
When do I get to see a design? Do I have to pay first?
There's no charge to discuss your design and price out options with our team. We request a deposit prior to producing 3D models and renderings of your design and that deposit goes toward the final cost of producing your piece.