Commissions and Remodelling
Have you ever wanted to commission a piece of jewellery, made just for you? Have you seen a piece of jewellery that you love but would like to change slightly? Do you have some old unworn treasures sat at the back of your jewellery box, ready for remodelling? Please read on…
The commission process is flexible and based on your requirements. I can adapt a current design – adjusting the size or changing the gemstone – or work with you to create an entirely new and unique piece of jewellery. I am able to source a wide range of ethical gemstones to suit all projects.
Photo: one of a kind radiant cut Australian sapphire, commissioned in 9ct Fairmined white gold.
Revamp Unworn Treasures
Whether you have some unworn treasures or have inherited a piece of heirloom jewellery, I can rework your gold and gemstones into something new to be worn and loved.
Photo: client’s amethyst and diamonds set in remodelled 18ct yellow gold. The gold and stones were taken from multiple pieces of jewellery and transformed into this cluster ring.
How It Works
1. Initial Ideas
Have a think about the designs you like (or that the recipient will like). You may have seen something in my gallery of recent work that you’d like a similar version of, or you may have a completely unique idea. If you can, gather images, links or sketches together to send me. You may also find it helpful to have a browse through the information on my website already explaining some of the options around different metals, finishes and gemstones and read my FAQ’s.
2. Get In Touch
Once you have an idea of the kind of piece you’d like to commission, please go to my contact form and fill it out with as much information as you can. It’s not a problem if you just have a vague idea at this stage though! If you are looking to have some of your own jewellery remodelled, it can be helpful to get an idea of what you have.
3. Design, Quotes and Questions
At this point I will probably ask you a lot of questions! But this is also your opportunity to ask me lots of questions as well. I promise, it’s not silly to ask and it’s much better to be sure of what you’re ordering before we go any further. A phone or video call is an option at this stage if it helps, or a visit if you’re local. Once we have a design, I will provide you with some costs. If you are sending me your own gold or stones for remodelling, I will also provide you with some calculations on whether you have enough materials or require more.
4. Placing Your Order
Once you’re happy with the final design I will send you all of the details of your order and an estimated dispatch date. Please bear in mind that everything is made by hand and takes time. Here are my T&C’s with all the information you need on ordering, timescales and delivery.