BESPOKE JEWELLERY COMMISSIONS
Thinking of commissioning a special piece of jewellery or having your old jewellery
redesigned and remodelled?
We love to design and make specially commissioned pieces, please take a look at the examples below.
The Commission Process
The first step is to have an email correspondence with our designer Martha Edwards who will guide you through the process. There is no charge for a design consultation or initial sketched ideas.
In the initial consultation we will discuss ideas, materials and budget.
This can be by email, over the phone or in person.
We can then present you with hand drawn sketches so that you can visualise your designs.
This is followed by a detailed drawn design to scale and a quote.
Depending on the piece and the work involved a deposit of 50%-100% may be required to proceed.
Once approved we will begin to hand craft your item. The entire process takes between two and six weeks depending on the complexity of the design.
Materials are always sourced from suppliers guaranteeing an ethical/non-conflict product, where possible.
Customers inheriting pieces with a sentimental significance can have them re-modelled. Where possible we will melt down and rework customer's existing precious metal to retain the link with the past.
Shaped wedding or eternity rings can be handmade to fit the profile of your existing rings.
Before your consultation, it is a good idea to think about your requirements. This might include:
- What metal you would like
- What stones you would like
- Ring size or other dimensions
- An approximate budget
- Deadline if applicable
Completion time is usually 6-8 weeks from the design approval stage.
If you are interested in commissioning a piece of work, please contact us for more information or to arrange a consultation.
We look forward to creating a very special and unique piece for you.
Whether you want a unique engagement ring or to remodel a family heirloom, the bespoke experience guarantees you a completely unique piece of jewellery, often for a comparable price to “off the shelf” jewellery.