Abby Journay on Feb 10, 2017
Thank you for the great customer service!
vimarjo on Jul 2, 2016
The ring is absolutely gorgeous!! I love the shape of the ring and the Greek key design! The diamond is obviously a very high quality gem. It sparkles like crazy and is very bright! Thank you very much!!
Richelle V on Jun 26, 2016
This is such a beautiful ring! It's exactly as pictured and I absolutely love it. It's everything I was looking for in a wedding ring/band. Cady is a lovely seller and I appreciate her service and her amazing shop!
vintage & handmade jewelry
The Rajah Press celebrates life's adventures through fine jewelry. It aims to be a carefully curated shop of hand-picked vintage, reimagined vintage, and newly designed fine jewelry.
Thanks for considering The Rajah Press's treasures to celebrate adventures in your life.
Vintage jewelry is sourced from Cady's never-ending-treasure-hunting that spans garage sales, flea markets, estate sales, and the internet.
The Rajah Press's handmade jewelry is 100% designed by Cady, often on tiny pieces of paper that end up in pockets, purses, and littering her living room, which doubles as a jewelry studio. 'The Rajah Press', a business name inherited from Cady's beloved late grandfather, inspired her to launch into the next phase: gold and diamonds. With help from a trusted local bench jeweler in San Francisco's Mission District, and a dependable metalsmith in Portland, Oregon, The Rajah Press now has the team and resources to move designs from dream stage to production in a matter of weeks.
Though The Rajah Press's team has grown, Cady still hand-picks all jewelry ingredients (especially stones!), dreams and refines each design, and oversees the entire production process. Each handcrafted piece has likely been touched by 3-4 creatives on the West Coast of the US, and comes to you filled with extra love (and a collective love of chocolate).
The Rajah Press donates 10% of net proceeds to Planned Parenthood
Owner, Designer, Treasure Hunter
Bench Jeweler's Assistant And Quality Control
Metalsmith For Casting Wax Into Metal
a bench jeweler in the Mission District
San Francisco, CA, United States
Jaime, and Aracely's involvement in developing handcrafted jewelry has made it feel not like I'm giving up a part of my process, but that my process now involves more love and care than one person could bring to jewelry production.
a metalworker who specialized in lost wax casting
Portland, OR, United States
Spike is responsive, detail oriented, has a passion for production, and has all of the machinery to create the teeny tiny pieces I'm designing, while ensuring they're structurally sound. Spike is an alchemist, transforming wax into gold!
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
The Rajah Press is happy to 'reserve' items free of charge for 48 hours. Items held longer than 48 hours require a 20% deposit.
The Rajah Press is happy to offer layaway for fine jewelry
-items under $500: require an initial payment of 50%, the following 50% to be paid 30 days later.
-items priced $500-$1000: require an initial payment of 20%, and two subsequent payments 30, and 60 days after the initial payment (3 payments, total)
-items priced over $1000: require an initial payment of 20%, and subsequent payments every 30 days for a total of 5 payments made within 120 days
orders are processed and shipped once the final payment is received
HOLD & LAYAWAY items will be listed with a 'reserved' listing that includes your name
Your item(s) will ship via USPS First Class Mail unless you specifically request otherwise in advance. Items are generally shipped within 3 days of purchase unless there is a holiday or weekend delaying ship date. Items should be expected to arrive in approximately 10-14 days from the date of purchase if you live within the US. You can send a message before purchase to get a better approximation of delivery date. USPS insurance is purchased for all items over $50.
The cost of shipping items internationally is significantly higher than domestic shipping and often does not include insurance. Most items do not include international shipping options because of this added cost & risk. If an item shows an international shipping rate, it may include handling charges to cover the extra time spent filling out customs forms, etc.
Refunds and Exchanges
purchasing rings over the internet can feel intimidating. for this reason The Rajah Press offers a 5 day grace period solely for the vintage gold rings in the shop. If the ring you purchase is not 'the one' please contact us via Etsy and then return it, fully insured, with tracking, within 5 days from when you receive the ring. A refund will be processed within 24 hours of receiving the ring back from you.
V I N T A G E // jewelry other than vintage gold rings:
The Rajah Press is selling vintage items and as such, we do our best to represent any flaws they may have before you purchase them. For this reason, we are not accepting returns on items since they are being sold 'as is'. If, however, the item is grossly misrepresented (this is not likely to happen – items are carefully inspected & photographed): The Rajah Press will accept returns on grossly misrepresented items within 10 days of purchase. To do so, please send a message via Etsy and we will process your refund once we have received your returned item. Be aware that shipping and careful packaging associated with the return/exchange is the responsibility of the buyer.
H A N D M A D E // fine jewelry
The Rajah Press press's handmade pieces are often one-of-a-kind, and we truly hope that you love the handmade piece you selected. Purchasing fine jewelry over the internet can feel intimidating. for this reason The Rajah Press offers a 5 day grace period for handmade fine jewelry. If The Rajah Press original you purchase is not 'the one' please contact us via Etsy and then return it, fully insured, with tracking, within 5 days from when you receive the item. A refund will be processed within 24 hours of receiving the item back from you. Returns are accepted for handmade items that break/become unwearable because of a manufacturing defect that we should have caught (i.e. a chain isn't strong enough for the stones are strung on it and so it breaks).