The most important feature in a surprise proposal is flatness and therefore concealability. Most ring boxes hold the ring upright which immediately limits the flatness to the height of the upright ring. We were able to maximize flatness by designing the box around the narrowest possible dimension of the ring.
Size was our single biggest point of contention. Aside from flatness, we could have made the box much bigger or much smaller. If the box was too big, it would detract from concealability. If the box was too small, it would feel like a toy and diminish the importance of the moment. We feel that we have landed on a size that still feels substantial in the hand yet remains easy to conceal.
Diamonds and other gemstones sparkle by catching light and reflecting it into our eyes. To "sparkle" there needs to be light and movement. Our ring holder raises the ring as you open the box and enhances the brilliance and scintillation of your diamond.
While easy to overlook, the color and texture of the background to your ring plays an important role. Diamonds and many gemstones look the best within a narrow range of blue hues. In addition to the perfect color, we used a special matte suede that allows your ring to shine without distractions.
Some people like to propose in dark romantic settings such as a candlelit restaurant or a park at night. Our Night Box comes with an LED light for when your diamonds need a little extra shine in those dark settings.
The frame inside the top of the box allows you to add your picture or a special message to really personalize your delivery.
Most boxes feel disposable and seem to be made as an afterthought. Our box is constructed with genuine full grain leather for maximum durability. Think of your favorite leather wallet - our boxes are designed to wear just like it. The leather feels soft in the hand and smells wonderful. Even our branding is permanently stamped in a subtle way on the bottom so that there is nothing to fall or wear off. Most of the ladies use our box as their go to travel case after the proposal.