If you are looking for an affordable engagement or wedding jewelry but don't want to break the bank you are in the right place! We handcraft 14K gold jewelry with real high-quality diamonds and colored stones. We are proud of the same high quality as the top high-jewelry manufacturers. The only thing we do differently is our pricing. It is 3 times more affordable and cheaper than ordinary retailers. Find your beautiful engagement ring or wedding band for only $100-$300
The Story of One 2 Three Jewelry
We design, produce and deliver high-quality jewelry made with sustainable
manufacturing attitudes directly to you at affordable prices.
Our story began more than 12 years ago when we purchased our first gemstone. Since then, thousands of stones have passed through our hands. We constantly travel to the gem mines of Sri Lanka, Burma, Thailand to find truly unique stones of the highest quality from first-hand. Each of them we selected carefully so that they could be set up in each piece of unique jewelry.
HOW WE GIVE BACK
Doing business now is doing good. 1% of our annual revenues we contribute to charity. We believe that taking care our planet is our responsibility and this is a part of who we are.
Price Transparency Policy
Since we are the manufacturers of all our jewelry from sketch to finished product we believe that any girl can afford it. We live in a unique time when many things become accessible and transparent. That’s why we offer such an affordable jewelry for you. We put a very small margin and try to reduce all other expenses so that after buying once happy customers come back to us again and again.
One 2 Three Jewelry on the Media:
“Investing in colored gemstones is a more complicated process than investing in colorless diamonds, even very large ones,” said Olga Volina, a gemologist and sales director One2Three Jewelry. - If there are approximate prices for diamonds from Rapaport and a system for determining prices and quality 4C, then when you buying colored stones you need to have great experience, intuition, constantly monitor the market and analyze. One cannot do without a qualified gemologist with extensive procurement experience. In addition, there are much fewer colored stones in nature than diamonds, and therefore the process of buying them is always gem hunting. It is like hunting for rare pieces of art. At the same time, the investment component, or, more simply, the return on investment, if the stone is bought correctly, is much higher."