The Making of Your Masterpiece
One of the most notable hallmarks of a fine piece of jewelry is in the details of the craftsmanship. Our custom pieces are created using the most innovative 3D custom technology.
Custom designs are not only unique but they are custom built perfectly to fit (whether it is a gemstone, diamond or a specific size or need) versus resizing or retro-fitting a piece which in some cases can weaken the structural integrity of a piece with many intricacies, or in other cases create gaps or an unfinished look.
Even our diamonds are hand calibrated by our diamond specialist within one tenths of a millimeter and matched for color, clarity and table size, and when we really want to get obsessive our bench jewelers even line the star facets when setting and this is what sets us apart. The results are always stunning and more importantly made with precision and solid craftsmanship. Learn more about our standards and quality here.
Custom projects take 2 to 8 weeks
(timing will vary by complexity, especially during the holiday season which may extend projects by 1-2 weeks).
We have deep rooted experience in jewelry design architecture and industry expertise and knowledge in the background of metal-smithing/casting, stone setting/jewelry craftsmanship and gemology.
We strive to make this process as seamless and fun, as it is informative in three simple steps:
Step 1: Consultation & Quote
Custom designs start at 1500+
Custom projects start at 1500 for the most basic designs and will vary depending on materials. Send us your inspirations, and ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide in as much details as possible, your design objectives and any meaningful or significant story behind your creation. Examples include: images, stories, occasion, budget, timeline. If you are not yet sure of which design idea best suits your goals and budget, we can also set up time to visit our shop or a phone consultation to help guide you on the best approach to achieve your custom project goal.
Step 2: Realistic 3-Dimensional Computer Renders
Step 3: Approval and Production
Once you have approved the CAD concept or photo-realistic renders, we will move forward to create a wax prototype using the a state of the art jewelry 3D Printer called SolidScape, and then casted (using a lost wax method) into a precious metal of your choice for setting and finishing.