Bespoke Jewelry

Transform your imagination into reality. We offer bespoke services with our exceptional professional skills.

Step 1. Conceptualize the Jewelry:
Before meeting with the designer, you can sketch out your desired piece of jewelry in your mind. This includes the type of item (ring, earrings, necklace, etc.), material (gold, silver), and style (natural, modern, etc.). If you are not clear at the beginning, consider the following aspects:

a. Occasion: Everyday wear or attending significant events. The occasion you plan to wear the jewelry will influence its design, such as past wish lists: "I want something for everyday wear with a little diamond, but not too flashy," or "I want a stunning brooch that must be over seven centimeters, preferably in white gold with diamonds."
b. Material: Yellow gold, white gold, silver. Everyone has different preferences for materials, some prefer the warmth of silver, others the brilliance of yellow gold. If you want a deeper understanding of materials, refer to this article: The gold content and characteristics of 22K, 18K, 14K, 10K.
c. Color: Besides the material of the jewelry, color also relates closely to the gemstones used. If you have a favorite gemstone, mention it initially. If you're open to ideas, discuss with the designer. For instance, if you like blue, you could choose from sapphires, aquamarines, topazes, lapis lazuli, and more.
d. Compatibility: Each piece of jewelry is unique, but sometimes specific combinations are desired. For example, "I have an aquamarine pendant and would like to have a matching ring made" or "I'm looking for a band that can be worn with my existing one-carat diamond ring."
e. Style: Classical or modern, simple or elaborate. Whether you prefer a natural organic look or a simple, clean design, this is crucial for the designer. If you have a preferred style, it's a good idea to collect images as references for the design.
f. Design: If you have a specific design in mind, such as an open ring, dangle earrings, a delicate dainty chain, or a large brooch, mention it early in the process. Also, state any designs you definitely do not want, such as some clients specifically wanting heart-shaped designs while others strictly avoid them.
Step 2 Initial Discussion:
Once you have a blueprint of your dream jewelry, it's time for your first meeting with the designer. During this meeting, the designer will sketch based on your ideas and discuss customization details with you. This meeting also involves confirming the initial budget and taking measurements.
Step 3 Create Sketches or Preliminary Models | First Stage Fee:
Time: About 1-2 weeks, subject to adjustments based on the design.
Jewelry design techniques include various forms such as hand-drawn sketches, wax carving, and 3D computer graphics. The designer will choose the most suitable method for creating the sketches/samples based on the design's characteristics.
Step 4 Second Discussion: Reviewing Sketches/Prototypes:
After the sketches or prototypes are completed, the first round of discussions and adjustments with the client takes place. One round of adjustments is free, but a complete overhaul of the design concept at this stage will be treated as a new custom order.
Step 5 Fine Crafting Begins | Second Stage Fee:
Time: About 2 weeks, subject to design adjustments.
Once the sketch is approved, fine-tuning of the model begins, and the second stage payment is collected, which is half of the total quote. The detailed crafting of the jewelry model starts after the deposit is received. Generally, this stage requires two weeks, but complex designs may take longer.
Step 6 Third Discussion: Model Confirmation:
After the detailed jewelry model is completed, the final design details are confirmed with the client. For custom rings, the final ring size is also confirmed.
Step 7 Becoming the Jewelry:
Time: 3-4 weeks
The jewelry-making process involves a series of intricate steps, and the timeline varies depending on the complexity of the design. Typically, the production takes 3-4 weeks. For more complex designs or those with numerous gemstones, the production timeline may be extended.