Engagement and wedding rings

Bespoke engagement rings

As creators of emotions, we make your engagement ring to measure based on your love story. From the choice of stone to the creation of the ring, we welcome the expression of your desires, however abstract they may be, in the utmost confidentiality, and translate them into a unique and exceptional jewel that embodies them. Through this shared intimacy, we are able to guide you in the choice of a gemstone that will forever bear witness to the singularity of your passion and feelings.

All our creations are made in our workshops in Belgium and are accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, delivered with your jewel. Diamonds above 0,28 carats are accompanied by an international gemological certificate.

What is a diamond ?

Originating from the Greek word “adamas”, the name diamond means “invincible””. A mineral composed of 99,95% carbon, the diamond is the hardest element on Earth. Formed at extreme underground depths under high pressure and temperatures, this gemstone is over a billion years old.

The 4Cs of diamond

Like every human being, each diamond is unique, with its own characteristics. In 1953, the GIA (Gemological Institute of America) established the 4Cs diamond grading system based on the four following criteria: cut, color, clarity, and carat. Today, this system is an internationally recognized standard for deciding the quality of a diamond.


As the most important criterion for the beauty and brilliance of a diamond, the cut maximizes its ability to interact with light. The cut is defined by the proportions, polish, and symmetry of the stone.


Carat is the unit of measurement for the weight of a diamond. The word “carat” originates from the carob seed, which was used as the standard for weighing precious stones in Antiquity.

One carat is equivalent to 0.2 grams.


The second most important criterion of a diamond’s beauty is color: the natural hue of a white diamond, ranging from exceptional white (colorless) to light yellow.
The GIA has developed a color scale ranging from D (exceptional white) to Z (light yellow) in alphabetical order. The less color, the greater the diamond’s value.


The majority of diamonds have natural imperfections called inclusions. The number of inclusions, their size and location determine the clarity of a diamond.

Clarity is analyzed under 10x magnification and graded by the GIA on a scale from FL (no internal inclusions and no external blemishes) to I3 (inclusions very easily visible to the naked eye).

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