Behind-the-Scenes at Melanie Casey Jewelry
A look at our process of jewelry-making at our studio in Andover, MA!
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Vintage Engagement Rings
Halo Engagement Rings
Our Snowdrift engagement ring has dainty clusters of diamond accents in a lace-like pattern across the 14k gold setting, and looks beautiful with a variety of diamond cuts for the focal stone! Visit melaniecasey.com to see more of the Snowdrift Ring, and create your own custom piece by choosing your center stone and metal color!
Two distinct styles of engagement ring - one a vintage inspired halo design with a rose cut diamond focal as a unique twist, the other a dainty solitaire with double prongs and a lovely cushion cut center diamond. Which would you say yes to? Find the Luminary Ring and the Threaded Ring both at melaniecasey.com!
Looking for diamonds beyond the usual round cut? These rings all feature stones with square or rectangular silhouettes - princess, asscher, and emerald cuts! Each provides a unique look to their settings. Find them all at melaniecasey.com!
Watch our master jewelers set the diamonds into our beloved Stargaze Ring, with a princess cut diamond focal in a 14k gold setting. This engagement ring can be made in a variety of styles and sizes - see them all at melaniecasey.com!
The Filament Ring is a dainty solitaire engagement ring with a double prong setting in 14k gold or platinum. Choose your favorite diamond cut to center this piece - like an oval or emerald cut diamond, seen here! For more information on our entire engagement ring collection, visit melaniecasey.com!
How to clean your jewelry: 1. Mix warm water and liquid dish soap. 2. Scrub all sides with a toothbrush. Gently work the bristles behind the stones to clean inside the setting. 3. When rinsing, use a strainer so nothing can escape down the drain! Here’s why this works: Dish soap cuts the grease. It’s all you need to do this right. We do not recommend using any other household products for cleaning (toothpaste is a no no!), keep it simple. If your ring is extra dirty, soak it first!