7 February 2023
Are you looking for unique jewellery that not everyone has? Then don't forget that you can also design your own jewellery at DiamondsByMe. You can customize an existing design with a different gemstone, for example, but are you creative and already have the perfect ring in mind? Then designing your own personalized jewellery is "the way to go"!
Check out these 10 unique jewellery pieces designed by customers and get inspired.
From cufflinks, a bicolour engagement ring to a gold pendant in the shape of a boat. These unique jewels are definitely next level and you won't easily see them on anyone else!
This romantic bicolour ring was created after the ring wearer was inspired by a similar ring with a single stone. Together with our designer, she created the red and white gold ring to her own taste by adding two 4.6mm pink morganite side stones.
What a show-piece he has designed for her! Different types and shapes of gemstones have been used in this extravagant white gold engagement ring.
A pale yellow diamond of 0.65 carats, pear-shaped, is surrounded by round and tapered baguette diamonds creating a glamorous look. After which another ruby is placed in the ring band that gives a glamorous contrast through the red colour.
An everyday sparkle to complete your outfit certainly succeeds with these ruby and diamond earrings.
The diamonds in the centre of the earrings are 0.15 carats and the petals of this flower contain a whopping 48 gems!
Is it just us staring or you too? This sweet ring that comes across as stylish and luxurious at the same time would suit anyone. The design is 18K gold and features a bow with 80 yellow sapphires, the largest being 1.2mm and smallest 0.9mm.
What do you do when you are proud of the boat you made?
Exactly, capture it in gold! This pendant is a small version of the boat the customer made and is 18K gold. Such creations are also often requested as a charm for a bracelet.
No, it's not the princess' ring, but this ring could have been so. Such a stunning design!
The ring finally chosen in 14K yellow gold is set with a 7×5 oval-shaped emerald and is surrounded with different shapes of diamonds with the total weight of 0.50 carats.
The right man proposing on one knee and a diamond ring is wonderful, but what if you 'just' want a ring now? Right, treat yourself with personalised jewellery!
This ring is inspired by our Annamaria engagement ring and modified with a halo set with two zirconia baguettes and round diamonds. The centre stone is a 0.80 marquise zirconia instead of a round diamond.
Having initials put on the sleeve of your blouse to make it more personal is obvious. But why not make it even more unique with self-designed cufflinks? Cufflinks or a lapel pin made of gold with diamonds or other gemstones are unique jewellery for men.
This client created cufflinks in the shape of a hammer and a saw together with the designer. After which there were initials on the pins. Idea for Father's Day?
Diamonds are a girls best friend and the customer of this design certainly understood that. This ring contains a centre diamond that is sure to catch eyes. On top of that, the three ring bands also feature micro pave diamonds that even extend into the legs that hold the ring.
This design plays with 3 thin ring bands, two of which run through and hold the diamond and one runs through below the diamond. This allows light to shine well through the diamond allowing it to reflect through the facets to give the popular sparkle of a diamond.
Immediately recognizable in this pendant is the tree of life enriched with the 4 elements through gemstones. A round peridot, emerald,topaz and a brown diamond.
These 10 pieces of jewellery are just some of the many designs. Of course, there are many more unique jewellery designs but... which design from these 10 inspired you the most?
Need more inspiration or have a unique design of your own in mind?
Our designers will be happy to help you realise your design and can be reached via our chat, email or on 010-747 00 00. Good luck creating your unique jewellery!
More information on designing your own jewellery, here.