We love working with clients one on one to create a special piece. Whether you're planning a wedding, a special gift for someone, or simply would like to treat yourself, we are happy to design a piece for you based on our design style. We make our jewelry using a variety of metalworking techniques, such as lost wax casting, soldering, wire wrapping. Custom work is also re-sizing a ring, changing a necklace or a bracelet length. Please review our process described below.
Please note that we do not do jewelry repairs, re-work customers' own jewelry pieces, or re-set stones.
Most custom project take four weeks to three months from concept to completion.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an initial appointment. It can take place in person, via phone, or Skype. It is important for us to understand your vision, materials you'd like us to work in, and to determine if we are the right studio for you. After the initial discussion we will be able to determine if the kind of design you're looking for is technically possible, the timeframe you require, and price estimate.
Our custom design prices start at $500, with additional fees for materials etc. We are usually able to give you a verbal estimate at the initial consultation, with a formal estimate in writing about a week after. Written estimates may very from verbal, and are valid up to 14 days. After that a new written estimate may need to be required; that is due to changes in materials, labor pricing, and other factors.
We can prepare a sketch/rendering to show you what the final piece will look like. Please keep in mind that the finished piece may not look exactly like the rendering. A sketch is a useful visual tool for us and you as a starting point, and our guarantee is that the piece will match the final design you approved including the dimensions, type of stone(s) and metals (gold or silver). However please note that all handmade jewelry will differ slightly due to the nature of the craft and may include minor variations in the overall size of the piece(s).
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