The Process

This guide gives you a summary of how we can create your piece of jewellery from start to finish.


Firstly, a member of our jewellery team will consult with you about the specifications to your piece of jewellery, and initially will be able to hand-draw it with you.

We can then take the drawing and produce a 3D image of the design.

We can edit and alter this design as many times as you wish until we have achieved a completely satisfactory result.

Prototype and Wax Carving

We then start to hand-carve your design in wax or produce a 3D printed version. This lets you know exactly how it will look, guaranteeing that the finished piece will be the right shape, size and thickness for you.

Many of our customers enjoy seeing the wax carving at this stage. We can always alter and change certain aspects of the wax carving if it is not correct.

Wax carvings are free of charge and can possibly be completed over a few days depending on your requirements. If you do not feel 100% satisfied with the wax model, then we will redesign and create a new wax carving which is still free or charge.

We also produce prototypes in solid silver as some customers find it easier to look at.

Diamond and Gemstone Selection

If a gemstone is incorporated in your design, we will guide you through the various diamond and coloured stone options available to you.

We have a wide collection of gemstones, for example emerald, ruby, sapphire, peridot, topaz, citrine, opal, amethyst, tourmaline, blood stone, aquamarine, tanzanite, zircons and more in our shop.

We also keep a wide collection of diamonds of various sizes and grades. All diamonds can be supplied with an independent certificate, examples of companies we use are GIA, HRD and IJL. All our diamonds supplied are conflict-free.

Our goal is to make sure that you have the very best quality within your budget.

Handmaking, Casting & Hallmarking

Once you are 100% satisfied with your piece of jewellery, we can immediately commence hand making your bespoke jewellery here in our workshop.

Using top-quality equiptment & materials, and utilising our years of expertise, we will deliver you your unique piece of jewellery.

Finishing Touches

The last steps of the process is then hallmarking and manufacturing your piece of jewellery.

Once this process has been completed and if you wanted to incorporate a gemstone in your piece, we will then set the gemstone you have chosen.

When we have completed our work and your piece has gone through our quality control processes, we will then contact you for a viewing and collection.