Charles Rose

Unique To You

Utilising cutting edge technologies for increased precision, uncompromising design elements, and an unmatched finish for your bespoke items, Charles Rose is moving the Jewellery Industry well into the 21st Century, and beyond.
Unveiling design elements previously unachievable through the hand making process alone, each individual item truly is a one-of-a-kind. Unique to you.

Diamond & Gemstone Scanning

Upon selecting your unique diamond or gemstone, it is individually scanned in order to obtain its precise dimensions with accuracies of up to 0.01mm. This stone then becomes the foundation around which your unique design is formed.

Computer Aided Design (CAD) & 3D Printing

Generally in the jewellery industry, Computer Aided Design (CAD) has become synonymous with mass production. Not at Charles Rose.

Our bespoke design house utilises Computer Aided Design to create individually beautiful items, crafted specifically to fit the precise dimensions of each individual diamond and gemstone selected.

The introduction of Computer Aided Design into the Charles Rose workrooms provides our clientele with options that were previously unobtainable through traditional hand-making.

Unsurpassed precision and detail, to compliment our exquisite hand crafted range.

Once completed the detailed design is then intricately 3D printed, creating a resin model of the jewellery item. This model is then trimmed and cleaned by hand in order to obtain the precise desired design, and then individually cast in either 18 carat gold or platinum.

Hand Finished

Once casting is completed the piece returns to our Master Jewellers for finishing. The piece is carefully cleaned and refined, each stone is hand-set, and the item as a whole is polished and finished, further adding to its unique character and qualities.

Lab Grown Diamonds

While lab-grown diamonds are exactly that - lab grown - they exhibit precisely the same chemical and visual properties of natural diamonds. Grown from tiny seeds of pre-existing diamonds, the chemical structure of the diamond is duplicated using advanced technologies - either extreme temperature and pressure or a particular accumulation process called CVD.

Available in a variety of cuts, specifications and colours, each lab-grown diamond is unique in its own way.

It is important to note the difference between a lab-grown diamond and a simulant, such as cubic zirconia, or moissanite. While these look similar to diamonds they do not share the same chemical properties or structure as natural diamonds, as lab-grown diamonds do.


While production methods that utilise Computer Aided Design and casting still result with pieces that have the same amount of materials used, the actual manufacturing process creates less waste and debris.

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Located in both Melbourne & Geelong, visit us today to learn more about our stunning jewellery designs and signature pieces.

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