Hot Stacks! New Custom Cluster Rings

By Constance on August 10, 2016 at 11:20 am

Maybe you are considering a cluster engagement ring of your own after the recent release of our Hex Sapphire & Diamond Cluster rings? If so, the newest round of custom cluster rings will turn your want into NEED.


Hot Stacks New Custom Cluster Rings

This stack of new custom cluster rings is unreal.

Our customized versions of this wedding season’s hottest ring show how a great design can allow for endless variations to make stunning ethical, bespoke jewelry.

One standout of the stack is a delicately balanced, eleven-stone custom ring, featuring a perfectly-azure pear sapphire, surrounded by white and champagne diamonds and blue-green sapphires. The color-combination is fit for the crown jewels, yet softened by the fluidity of organic design.


Custom Pear Sapphire Cluster Ring

This Custom Pear Sapphire Cluster Ring mixes diamonds and sapphires to radiate from the center stone.


In keeping with the “something blue” theme, we’d be remiss not to also highlight this boho-luxe beauty. Made of blue-hued gemstones arranged in a gorgeous ombré effect to complement a one-of-a-kind, royal-blue, rose cut sapphire, the effect of this ring is intoxicating.


Sapphire Ombré Cluster Ring



The new Custom Sapphire Ombré Cluster Ring is a royal-blue beauty.

Our next Custom Ring Stack features bespoke jewelry of reimagined heirloom diamonds and colored gems into styles as unique as our diverse clientele. Yet every piece still retains the Bario Neal signature look and craftsmanship that can only come from caring design by skilled jewelers.

Custom Ring Stack

These Custom and Personalized designs range from delicate and personal, to minimal modernism, to art-deco-inspired-WOW.


We adore this simple, modern Trillion Sapphire Ring, featuring a striking, blue-green Malawi sapphire, bezel set in 14kt white gold.



Custom Trillion Sapphire Ring

A sleek, minimal Custom Trillion Sapphire Ring with maximum personal style.


Custom Curved Gemstone Band and Custom Heirloom Cluster Ring

An organic, delicate Custom Curved Gemstone Band, contrasted with the statement Custom Heirloom Diamond Angled Ring.


The deft handiwork shown above in 100% recycled or Fairmined metals, perfectly matches the incredible natural beauty of certifiable ethical diamonds, sapphire and other precious gemstones, hand-picked by our sourcing experts. This is truly beauty without compromise.

So, if you’re finally past the point of no words, there’s only one thing left to do:  fill out a Custom design questionnaire to get started on the ring of your dreams.



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  1. It’s beautiful. I like this pared down style and hope to see it – well on someone, one day.

    Comment by Rashmi Lal — August 15, 2016 @ 1:48 pm
  2. I am genuinely pleased to glance at this webpage posts of gluster rings which includes tons of valuable facts. Thanks for providing these kinds of information.

    Comment by Simran Arora — August 26, 2016 @ 4:23 am
  3. Thank you for your article. Very informative. Speaking of amusing. Purely by chance, while reading an article studied site. And I found a ring very similar to what was shown in the article =)

    Comment by Tessla — August 31, 2016 @ 8:25 am
  4. WOW. Absolutely stunning pieces. I just found out about you guys but these custom rings are exquisite. I kind of wished I had bought my fiancee a cluster ring like these but maybe I’ll surprise her after the wedding.

    Comment by Edward — September 7, 2016 @ 3:46 pm
  5. This stacking style is simply gorgeous. I found that wearing this type of rings making your hands looking very attractive even if you have ugly hands like me 🙂

    Ruby and Diamond Ring

    Comment by Ruby and Diamond Ring — September 22, 2016 @ 10:34 pm
  6. Absolutely fabulous collection of cluster rings! All of them are unique and make more than a good choice for an engagement ring!

    Comment by Lindsay Norman — October 14, 2016 @ 9:53 am
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