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Engagement Ring Test








Bell and Bird is proud to offer a selection of engagement rings available for purchase as well as a commissioned design service.


After studying techniques used in antique jewelry for over a decade, we developed knowledge that gives our designs a unique perspective and the foundations for developing our own modern classics.


To express the details of the jewelry from the past, we painstakingly fabricate our rings entirely by hand, without the use of computer design, wax molds or casting. We remain one of only a handful of jewelers committed to this type of jewelry making in the United States.  



For more information on the advantages of hand fabricated jewelry, please read our article on Jewelry Fabrication .









We continually produce new designs with the unique gemstones collected from our trusted sources. When we recreate previous designs with newly found gems, we re-scale each detail as necessary. While keeping the integrity of the design we ensure the proportions are not compromised. Our years of experience allow us to choose the best suited details for each unique gemstone. We have an evolving selection of work available for purchase. While we are not currently offering newly commissioned work, we are happy to include your name to our active-waitlist for a particular style and notify you when the next interpretation becomes available. Please inquire for details on the active-waitlist program as well as new work that is nearing completion.



Engagement Ring Archive 








Don't worry, we will never use a computer to make your jewelry.










Stone selection is integral to our design process. Our gemstones are sourced both internationally and domestically. The majority of our stones are salvaged from antique jewels. Our Gemologist individually approves every stone we use in our work. He is accredited by the Gemological Institute of America as well as certified by the American Gem Society and can educate our clients about our colored gemstones and diamonds.



To learn more about antique stones and our love of them, please read our article on "Romance of Old Stones".



For other questions regarding our bespoke process, read our Frequently Asked Questions.