What makes us different
What makes us different
More about your Ready-Made product
Jewelry Care + ShoweringGeneral care for my Ready-Made jewelry
General care for my Ready-Made jewelry
While we last longer than traditional jewelry, there are a few things to keep in mind.
General rule of thumb: All pieces are waterproof and chemical resistant, but be mindful of scratches. Refrain from contact with hard and rough surfaces. For this reason, we don’t recommend wearing rings and chains in the shower daily (too much inadvertent contact with loofahs and/or physical exfoliants).
Hand Sanitizer: Yes
Daily Handwashing: Yes
Shower: Mostly yes
Hot Yoga and Gym: No*
*Not tested thoroughly or high exposure to rough contact
Our stones are lab made and function just like mined gemstones. As such, be extra careful when washing hands, and rinse jewelry with clean water after contact with sweat, soaps, and shower gels.
Sensitive SkinI have very sensitive skin prone to rashes. Can I wear Ready-Made?
I have very sensitive skin prone to rashes. Can I wear Ready-Made?
Yes, yes, yes. Ready-Made was created with the sensitive wearer in mind. We only use biocompatible materials that don’t harm living tissue. In fact, the materials we use are relied on extensively in the medical field as surgical tools and implants. We need to note that all stainless steel including our 316L stainless steel is composed of 5% nickel, but 316L is still certified as medical grade and biocompatible as the nickel is incorporated into the metal in a way that causes no skin reactions or harm. Less than 0.1% of the population can still have reactions to stainless steel, but you would know if this is true for you as something as ordinary as buttons on jeans would have caused an allergic reaction.
EnvironmentIs Ready-Made environmentally friendly?
Is Ready-Made environmentally friendly?
Ready-Made has the health of the planet as a priority. Our core metal, stainless steel, is one of the most reused and recyclable metals on the planet, with more than an 85% strength retention rate. Our high-tech color plating processes release no fumes into the environment and leave no residue or liquids behind. We also don’t rely on any chemicals to change the coating color of our pieces, relying instead on wavelengths. We use 100% recyclable cellulose envelopes and mailers, 100% recycled paper for our cards and boxes, and have moved away from relying on plastic packaging to transport and store our inventory.
Safe ManufacturingDoes Ready-Made adopt safe manufacturing practices?
Does Ready-Made adopt safe manufacturing practices?
Every manufacturer that we collaborate with is ISO certified, meaning that they meet certain standards in occupational health and safety, environmental friendliness and compliance, and quality assurance and efficiency. Our founding team also periodically visits each factory for internal audits. They are also in direct communication with all factory managers. Our hazard-free manufacturing processes neither release fumes nor leave behind residues.
MaterialsWhy do none of your products use traditional metals like fine gold, sterling silver, or brass?
Why do none of your products use traditional metals like fine gold, sterling silver, or brass?
We don’t use traditional metals for three main reasons:
1. Transparency. There’s a lot of talk about fair mined metals, but not a lot being done to prove this transparency. Getting to the source of gold and gemstones including recycled and reclaimed gold was a hurdle we weren’t able to overcome with certainty when we were starting Ready-Made and thinking about how to offer quality jewelry made with integrity. Vendors giving us their word didn’t feel enough.
2. The traditional manufacturing process for gold plating isn’t eco-friendly. Due to the nature of soft metals, traditional processes like wet plating and heat are utilized, and that can not only cause damage to the environment, but can also be harmful to factory workers.
3. We want to take the guesswork out of alloys (mixed metals). The materials we use - surgical stainless steel and titanium nitrite - are used in the medical field as surgical tools and implants. For the most part, our tissues don’t reject these two materials. With gold, silver, and brass, there’s always that risk of these alloys being mixed with metals that your body isn’t compatible with, leading to irritation.
Benefits of Ready-MadeWhat are the benefits of buying from Ready-Made?
What are the benefits of buying from Ready-Made?
We want to offer something that is timeless, looks like fine jewelry (thanks to our smooth-as-butter plating and detailed metalwork), skin-safe, sustainable, environmentally friendly, and transparent — all at a more universal price point that is comparable in price to mass manufactured, gold plated and costume jewelry.
What makes us different
LOVE.LOVE.LOVE!!!! Searching for a dope jewelry brands has been super difficult- so grateful to come across Ready Made!!
Thank you so much! <3
I wear this ring every say without fail. I bought 6 other of the rings with this one and they look so gorgeous together. The colors of the metal look very high end, not tacky at all, and I actually love mixing the gold, silver, and rose gold when I wear them. So cute! They also never turn your fingers green, which is amazing for the price.
Very pretty and comfortable to wear
I absolutely love it! The best ring I've ever seen! P.S. you should choose smaller size, my ordinary ring size is 6, but for this ring it is 5
It’s a great piece. Doesn’t feel like a size 6. Feels a little small but it is beautiful
The ring itself is beautiful. Feels really solid and would imagine it looks amazing.
I have been a size 7 ring for the last 10 years. Every ring I’ve bought has been that size and fits great .. except this one. It’s too small and I can’t wear for more than a few minutes. It’s a bummer.
It does look like gold. On the cons side,but I should have ordered one size up. It's OK for my ring finger, but I really wanted it for my middle finger. And, (and this is fully on me) I don't like my rings to be bulky on the sides, separating the fingers. Not my brightest choice, but I guess I will be wearing it on occasion.