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We hope to "nail it" the first time, but our greater goal is to make your Custom Conception perfect.
When you receive your CAD we'll go over a checklist of potential adjustments. These may include widening or narrowing the shank, raising or lowering the head, adding or removing gemstones, etc. We can incorporate changes into one or two complimentary revisions. If you desire further revisions - or a new design - we will need to assess additional CAD fees.
Broad adjustments can affect the quoted price. If gemstones or metal are added during revision you will be invoiced for them. If the adjustments constitute a new design additional CAD fees will be assessed.
There are two things CAD cannot change. (1) The center gemstone's size and (2) the wearer's finger size: The same CAD rendering will look different with a 2-carat diamond on a size-4 finger than it will with a 1-carat diamond on a size-6 finger. This means a ring someone liked in a photo or video can wind up looking different than expected when we apply a different carat-weight and finger size.
The CAD is a blueprint for forging. It's not a final image. It forecasts appearance before cleaning, polishing, prong setting & shaping, milgraining and other fine details. CAD always looks bulky.
Our stonesmiths set center-stones by hand. They are focused on security as well as the aesthetic needs of the piece. They'll be faithful to renderings but some digital minutia gives way to reality, making certain revision requests pointless. Please explain this to your clients.
- Your friendly design artist, stonesmiths and polishers