How to Get Creative With Custom Jewelry

Jewelry is an accessory that most people will own and wear at some point in their lives. It can be given as gifts, passed down through families, or bought simply for the enjoyment of it. While there are a variety of styles of jewelry available today, Custom Jewelry can be a special way to own jewelry that truly represents the style and personality the wearer.

Custom jewelry allows the person purchasing the jewelry to have a piece they envision created for them. Some may have a vague idea of what they’re looking for, and can get suggestions and ideas from the jeweler to get the process started. They give their specifications to the jeweler, along with any pictures, measurements, and other concepts that would like to have fused into the design of the jewelry. Jewelers will often check in with the customer throughout the process to make sure the piece is turning out to be what they were hoping for, and so any changes can be made.

People can also breathe new life into an old, outdated, or broken piece of jewelry by requesting a jeweler to recreate it into a new piece. For example, someone may have a broken bracelet their grandmother used to wear melted down and fashioned into a ring they can wear and remember their grandmother with. This can be a special way to remember someone or to symbolize a fresh start in one’s life.

Jewelry stores offer rings, necklaces, and charm bracelets that can be custom made around a base design. Customers may choose specific gemstones or monogram initials and charms and the jeweler crafts them into the base design. These are popular in mother and child necklaces, where the birthstones of a woman’s children or grandchildren are set into a necklace design. Other types include necklaces and rings that couples, families, or friends can customize for themselves to signify a special relationship with one another.

Most jewelry stores and boutiques offer custom gemstone and diamond, as well as silver, Platinum & Gold Jewelry. They may work off of a design they already offer, changing certain aspects of it to the customer’s liking, or they may work from scratch, creating a completely unique piece.

 

        

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