Our Loose Gem libary features a carefully curated selection of unusual and one of a kind gemstones — sustainably sourced from our trusted partners.

Our Showroom is open by appointment with walk-in availability. We invite you to schedule your appointment with one of our GIA trained jewelry specialists.

Showroom Hours

Wed - Sat, 11am - 6pm

Sun, 11am - 5pm

custom projects

Individual Designs at RO

It is our pleasure to make one of a kind pieces. Our studio in the Mission District of SF has been creating and facilitating the designs of our clients for almost 20 years. 

The combined techniques of the modern precision of CAD, the 6500 year old technique of lost-wax casting and the patience and skill required to hand carve, set, polish and perfect every piece creates a considered individualized heirloom.

If you have a design in mind, a heritage stone or would like our expertise, please make an appointment to see if RO is a good match. 

our gemstones:

Searching for Authenticity and Ethicality

With an abundance of choice comes the oftentimes debilitating worry of making the wrong one. 

It is our responsibility to apply our extensive knowledge and tailored aesthetic in order to maintain originality and authenticity in our work. 

This is why we source only natural stones. These stones, aside from being truly unique, are often modern stones that have had previous lives, they are genuine antiques or they come sources we trust. 

We are adamant that individual stones need to be experienced in person and we are happy to be endlessly surprised and delighted by the variation and personalities. It is our hope to pass this experience on to you. 

If you have a heritage stone of your own you’d like to work with, we are happy to discuss that process as well. 

bringing it to life

Let's Talk Design

From simple and elegant, to richly textured, or more complicated designs, we are always interested. 

Good design with integrity is a treasure to behold, to wear and to experience everyday. 

We have the building blocks in our showroom to create something that fits you. Using the finished pieces we have as templates, we can arrive at our design outline that we then translate into CAD. This visual representation of the finished piece can then be approved and the actual fabrication begins.