Diamonds of the Future
Ada Diamonds is proud to exclusively use laboratory-grown diamonds in all of our fine jewelry. Our cultured diamonds are chemically and structurally identical to mined diamonds, but socially and environmentally superior.
Innovative Design Process
Ada's knowledgeable yet approachable Diamond Concierge Team is available to collaboratively conceptualize a design, provide you a curated list of exceptional diamonds, and bring to life the perfect piece of art to brilliantly celebrate a meaningful milestone, achievement or holiday.
Ada's beautiful diamond jewelry is designed by award-winning artists around the world and produced in the U.S.A. Our collections feature stunning bridal jewelry, versatile daily wear pieces, and impeccable fine jewelry, all cast with ethically sourced recycled gold and platinum.
Spectacular Bridal Jewelry
Your love is one of a kind and your ring should be too. Every engagement ring and wedding band fabricated by Ada Diamonds is custom made-to-order in collaboration with the client. Our expert Diamond Concierge Team is available to support you through one of the most important and meaningful purchases of your life.
Ready to Wear Gifts
In addition to Ada's bespoke jewelry, we offer the Delicate Collection: dainty designs featuring up to a quarter carat of lab-grown diamonds set in white, yellow, or rose gold. Most designs are $500 and ready to ship in 1-2 business days.
Ada Diamonds is honored to collaborate with iconic luxury brands, including Rolls-Royce Motor Cars and Koenigsegg Automotive. Ada has been commissioned to design interior details of supercars with diamonds, to create high jewelry for owners, and to support exclusive events as a partner.
Ada Diamonds was founded by a Silicon Valley husband-wife team whose personal journey to create conflict free custom jewelry uncovered a gap in the industry.
Ada operates like a fine Champagne house, selecting the crème de la crème from the best diamond growers. We create all of our diamond jewelry in the United States.
Ada Diamonds is named in honor of Countess Ada Lovelace, a brilliant visionary, artist, mother, and mathematician who became the world's first computer programmer in 1842.