We ship locally (U.S.) and currently to the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, New Zealand, Israel, UAE, United States Minor Outlying Islands.
All pieces are made to order in NYC and typically ship within 3 to 4 weeks of your purchase. International, two-day, and overnight shipping is available for additional fees that will be calculated at the checkout. All orders require an adult signature for the package to be released. Please note that Shahla Karimi is not responsible for packages once they have left the facility.
Quality guaranteed. We want you to love your jewelry. Engagement rings and custom pieces are not eligible for exchange or return. We are able to offer exchanges on in stock pieces (with the exception of engagement rings) within 15 days of receipt. Since each piece is made-to-order of solid gold, we are only able to accept returns on defective pieces which must be reported within 5 days of receipt. Please email email@example.com for an RMA# - required for return.
Jewelry that is worn every day may eventually need repairs - we can repair your piece for life. Your jewelry is designed to withstand the rigors of everyday modern life, but keep in mind that they are still made from precious metals and delicate stones, so a bit of TLC can go a long way. Take a peek at our home care guide to better preserve your jewelry. We offer free repairs on items up to 6 months from receipt as long as damage is not incurred by the wearer. All out of country orders are also available for free repair, however, shipping will be at the customer's expense. Damage cause will be assessed upon receiving the returned product. The warranty does not cover product loss or theft. If the piece is repaired or resized by any third party, the warranty will be voided. The warranty covers the loss of any side stones up to .05 carat. The warranty DOES NOT cover center / engagement ring stones - this should be added as a jewelry rider to your renter's or homeowner's insurance. If you prefer to insure your jewelry separately, we recommend Jeweler's Mutual.
In order to accurately size your ring, we recommend visiting your local jeweler for an in-house sizing. For alternative methods, refer to our ring size guide. Additionally, we have purchasable ring sizers that can be delivered straight to your home. We can adjust the size of your piece at your request. We offer one complimentary resize on purchases of $5,000 or more. For purchases under $5,000, ring sizing is $75+ and individual customization charges beyond sizing will be accessed on a case-by-case basis. Please note that eternity bands (or any bands with stones set 360 degrees), cannot be resized. We can remake eternity bands at labor cost ($300 - $500 typically).
You can select your preferred payment method at checkout. We accept secure payments for both local & international customers via Credit Cards, Debit Cards, and Shop Pay. We also accept offline payments via direct bank deposit. Note that an additional exchange fee may apply if your currency is other than US dollars.
We see the beauty in all diamonds and respect the customer's choice to choose their diamond’s origin. Today, over 50% of our customers opt for cultivated diamonds.
Natural, mined diamonds are ethically sourced by our trusted vendors. All of our vendors have protocol in place to guarantee certification through the Kimberly Process. The Kimberly process regulates trade in rough diamonds to prevent the flow of conflict diamonds while helping to protect legitimate trade in rough diamonds.
Lab grown diamonds, also known as cultivated diamonds, are 100% atomically the same as mined diamonds, but are created aboveground in a lab. Additionally, they are a sustainable and affordable alternative to natural diamonds. Stones over .75 carat are typically 40-50% less than their mined counterparts. We are using AI to pull from nearly 50K diamonds across several hand selected vendors. Sometimes, one vendor has a higher quality stone at a lower price (if you see this, it really is the better deal, they may be pushing to move certain carat weights - we see it in real life too!) Our AI is constantly learning. For more unique stones, we personally source from a few select vendors that carry those shapes that are harder to find. Please note that one of our main cultivated diamond vendors, Diamond Foundry, has recently begun grading their diamonds in house using a GIA gemologist and providing certificates in place of an IGI, GCAL, or GIA certificate. We trust their grading system and stand by their certifications. If you would like a certificate other than a Diamond Foundry certificate / would like us to source your stone elsewhere, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We work with outside stones on a case-by-case basis. We do not work with stones sourced from competitors, inclusive of Blue Nile, Brilliant Earth, and anyone in the NYC Diamond District. We are diamond dealers who work with reputable mines and cultivators. Additionally, when we set stones we supply, we are liable for loss or damage until the product is shipped. If our stone prices seem higher, it may be from the way we separate pricing - the setting estimate includes metal, design fees, polishing labor, side stones and the stone fee includes the center stone, setting labor, shipping stone in from various locations to get us best options, insurance during setting, and lifetime stone tightening. A lot is included in the stone cost that people don’t see versus when they use someone in the diamond district (they are not liable as soon as the stone leaves their premises). If you have an heirloom stone you’d like us to set in one of our current designs, or collaborate on a custom design with Shahla, we require a stone certificate (for the dimensions of your stone) and an appraisal (for an insured shipping value). We are not liable for lost or damaged stones in transit or in setting. Although we will do everything possible to return your heirloom stone back to you in your new setting, there is always a risk of loss or breakage of stone(s). If the stone is lost in transit, you will be entitled to the value the stone was insured for. However, we cannot offer compensation or replacement if the stone is broken during setting. To prevent this from happening, we only work with SI2+ stones to minimize any chance of damage in setting. A minimum of $2,500 is required for orders using heirloom stones. We are not personally liable for any jewelry once it ships. We use a 3rd party jeweler’s insurance during shipping which is void once the package is received by the recipient. It is your responsibility to insure your jewelry, specifically, engagement rings upon arrival. We are happy to provide you with an appraisal for replacement value (what you paid) upon request. Your insurance rider should include loss, loss of just the center stone, and theft.
Whether you are looking to customize an existing style, or create a one-of-a-kind piece, you'll work collaboratively with Shahla or a member of our team to bring your vision to life. Once we review your inspiration, we begin the design and stone sourcing process based on your direction. Shahla plays an integral role in both processes and has final approval of all pieces. For more information, or to inquire about creating a custom piece, please email us at email@example.com. A minimum of $2,500 is required for custom orders.
Natural Diamonds will come with a GIA certification and Cultivated diamonds will come with IGI, GCAL, or Diamond Foundry certification. One of our main cultivated diamond vendors, Diamond Foundry, has recently begun grading their diamonds in house using a GIA gemologist and providing certificates in place of an IGI, GCAL, or GIA certificate. We trust their grading system and stand by their certifications. If you would like a certificate other than a Diamond Foundry certificate / would like us to source your stone elsewhere, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
International taxes may be applied depending on your country's taxes policy. Customer is responsible for the payment of duties. Customs duty is calculated as a percentage of the customs value of the goods: The percentage or rate varies depending on the type of goods. You can check the tariff applicable in the TARIC database for the EU. The customs value is made up of: the price paid for the goods and the insurance cost.
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