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Dunham Manufacturing has been in business for a relatively short time compared to some of the other more established players in the custom ring business. Their selection, competitive pricing, and commitment to outstanding customer service should have the bigger players looking over their shoulders. Dunham is a growing force in the class rings market.

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Balfour has been a standard in the academic jewelry manufacturing business for a long time. They offer a large number of college and high school rings with a huge variety of customizable features, and have expanded their offerings to include other graduation related products like yearbooks and letter jackets. Balfour has a huge selection of class rings and competitive pricing, but we found some reports of unhappy customers.

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Jostens is a well-established manufacturer of customizable school rings that brand themselves as "America's Class Jewelry". The Jostens inventory is large and their ring customization is easy to use and features a ton of options. However, the pricing structure is a bit high and based on customer reviews, struggle at times to resolve complaints.

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Nelle and Lizzy is a small jewelry maker started by two friends a little over a decade ago. Their customizable jewelry is hand-stamped, attractive, reasonable priced and well-reviewed. When it comes to their class ring product, however, there are only a couple of options and no traditional class rings can be found here. Nelle and Lizzy is certainly worth a look, however, for anyone in the market for a non-traditional class ring.

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Walmart is a giant American corporation that offers an enormous number of products online and in retail box stores across America. They feature a decent selection of customizable class rings at standard prices, but they are certainly not specialists in this market. Customization is not as deep as some of the other class ring companies we have reviewed, but there are a fair number of options with regards to style, metal and gemstone.

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Zale's is another jewelry store with an online customizable class ring product. As with other similar companies, the class ring product feels like an add-on product when compared to the specialist class ring companies. There are decent options here but the customizability isn't as great as some of the other class ring manufacturers we have reviewed, and nothing about Zale's class rings sticks out as particularly notable.

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Limoges is a jeweler that offers a class ring customization product that is quite inexpensive compared to its closest competitors. The question here is what kind of product is being delivered for the low cost. The customization process at Limoges is clunky and limited and reports of cheap quality and less than helpful customer service make it hard for us to rate them much higher than we have.

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Class Rings

Class rings for high school and college students alike have been a long-standing tradition for many years. But, unlike twenty or thirty years ago, today's class rings are unique and a wonderful way to remember a special time.

Class ring manufacturers offer several ring types, gem stone colors, mascots, inscription options and more. No longer are class ring shoppers limited to the one participating company that arrives at the school's doorstep. Students can now choose from their favorite company, at the right price, by simply shopping and designing online.

Many of us remember the two different ring choices, male or female, in a small selection of metal types and one gem stone color. Today, one class ring company may offer 100 different looks with endless customization options. No matter what activities you want represented on your ring, the cost or look, the options are endless.

However, with a decent list of class ring provider's shoppers need to look closely at which company they put their faith in as there can be big difference between the shopping experience and outcome.

When selecting a class ring provider, you need to consider a few things. Some of these include:

  • Cost. Even among online class ring stores, costs can vary. You want to find a company that offers a wide array of class rings at the right price
  • Selection. Some class ring companies offer a few different class ring options, while others provide a huge list. You'll want to shop at a store with a large enough selection that you can find the right class ring for you.
  • Customer Service. From return policies to free shipping, customer experience and warranty policies, you want to shop from a class ring company that caters to their client's needs. has reviewed and ranked the best Class Rings available today. We hope this information helps you find your class ring to treasure for years to come!

Class Rings In The News

Lost class ring returned to East Tenn. family 24 years after son's death

MARYVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) - An East Tennessee family feels like they have part of their lost loved one back after nearly a quarter of a century. Dennis Lail says his son Chris was killed in a car crash ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Jul 2018 19:11:00 GMT

Original owner sought for Aiken County class ring found in Georgia

A Georgia woman has taken to social media to try and find the owner of a Silver Bluff High School class ring found on her property. Kim Dusi and her husband, Matt, live in Nicholls, Georgia, which is ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Jul 2018 15:04:00 GMT

Suspect Stole Class Rings From Sacred Heart Academy in Hamden: Police

Hamden police are trying to identify a suspect accused of stealing class rings from the Sacred Heart Academy. Police said on July 1 shortly after midnight the suspect pictured above entered the school ...

Published:  Tue, 17 Jul 2018 13:27:00 GMT

1955 class ring found, looking for owner

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- A local man has struck gold after finding a 1955 class ring and is looking for the owner. Kevin Emry, who's part of The Three Seasons Treasure Hunting Organization, found th...

Published:  Mon, 16 Jul 2018 15:57:00 GMT

Columbus basketball receives state championship rings

DeLoach praised Carlyle following a ceremony in which the members of the Columbus High team received their championship rings. On the walk through the ... He said he also might have to teach a class o...

Published:  Mon, 16 Jul 2018 20:32:00 GMT

Wild tale: Aggie ring lost at San Antonio Zoo found a year later

At her church's Bible study on Sunday, Lauren Snyder met a Texas A&M couple wearing their Aggie class rings, and "it made me a little sad that I didn't have mine." Snyder didn't know it then, but 24 h...

Published:  Mon, 09 Jul 2018 22:00:00 GMT

2019 Mercedes GLE-Class SUV Stalked For 9 Minutes At The 'Ring

Those tires are absolutely getting tortured to death. We've been keeping tabs on the next-generation Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class for awhile now. Many others have been watching as well, especially in the v...

Published:  Mon, 16 Jul 2018 14:16:00 GMT

A landscaper, 'nosy' neighbor and a jeweler reunite man with his long-lost ring

ROANOKE, Va. - Brice T. Cocke, 72, doesn't quite remember the month or year he lost his precious class of 1968 ring. But the University of Virginia alumnus recalls the incident itself with unnatural c...

Published:  Fri, 13 Jul 2018 01:44:00 GMT

Found under Rochester tree, Class of 1953 ESU ring returned to granddaughters

What would you do if you found a college class ring more than 60 years old, buried under a tree in a county park You might try to imagine who the owner was, and how it got there. You might wonder if ...

Published:  Thu, 12 Jul 2018 04:12:00 GMT

U.S. veteran seeking help to find Naval Academy class ring

A United States veteran is asking the public for help to find his Naval Academy class ring. "I will look until I can't look anymore, ya know," Lieutenant Commander William Parks said. In 1954, William ...

Published:  Sat, 07 Jul 2018 15:11:00 GMT

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