Die Struck Men's Gemstone Rings
Most manufacturers make their stone rings by casting. When a ring is cast, the gold is heated above its melting point and poured into a mold where it solidifies. When it cools back to a solid, the grain structure is coarser and more random, decreasing its strength and durability
Our Men’s Gemstone Rings are Die Struck. Die striking is a skilled process where a gold bar is rolled to compress the metal before it is stamped in steel dies. The compressed metal provides superior weight, durability and a flawless finish. This is the same process in which coins are made…and we all know long coins last!
We offer many styles of Gemstone Rings that hold either flat back or faceted stones. We also offer a variety of Gemstone options, some of which can be engraved with Monograms, Coat of Arms, Fraternal Emblems, or Logos. Each Gemstone is hand set by a skilled setter. ( We never glue stones )
Our Gemstone Rings are available in 10k yg, 14k yg, 14k wg, 14k rose,18k yg, 18k rose, and 10% iridium platinum, and in standard and husky weights (1/3 heavier than standard).
We abide by the 1906 Gold and Silver Stamping Act which mandates, by law, if a karat mark is stamped on a piece of jewelry, it must be accompanied by a registered trademark or the manufacturer’s name. Every piece of jewelry we make has a karat stamp and a trademark which guarantees the gold content. Beware of buying jewelry that only has a karat stamp or no karat stamp at all.