The Process

1

Fill In Our Form

Upload your design to your secure account area

2

Review Your Design

Our 360 software will model your design for you to review

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Try On Your Design

We will print a 3D plastic replica for you to try on

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Receive the Final Piece

Your very own bespoke piece will be expertly crafted for you

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Why choose Us? 

We have been making bespoke jewellery since 1998. Initially, our customer base was more general, making a range of jewellery for sale in the luxury market from a cabinet rather than the bespoke work we enjoy today. 

The bulk of our sales came from our jewellery displays in Selfridges, Oxford Street. We later added Manchester Exchange Square in 2002 and the Birmingham Bullring in 2003 to our list of outlets. Today, we focus mainly on one-off commissions. You can come and see us in person or you can take advantage of our on-line consultation, design and realisation process. From our friendly walk-in workshop in Burgess Hill in the heart of Sussex, we can make manifest your ideas wherever you are in the world. 

A few notable people have called upon our services. They include; Katie Price, Janet Street Porter, Abi Titmuss, Dennis Bergkamp and Rooney Mara. Rooney wears one of our pieces especially commissioned for the movie, "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo."  

For us, high technology and old-fashioned craftsmanship are not mutually exclusive! We use 3D computer assisted design technology as a means of consultation and design. Your ideas are then made real by traditional methods. The real stuff  is done in the old- fashioned way by skilled craftsmen. We use our computers to draw, design and determine specification, allowing us to print an exact three dimensional resin model of your idea. This is useful to us but is often an exciting time for the customer, bringing into 'sharp reveal' the impending arrival of something that began its life as a mere idea.

"Melt and Makes"  are very popular! Increasingly, people wear a Melt & Make to appreciate or remember the person for whom it has significance. This is where we use the gold or platinum from a piece of jewellery that the customer has either inherited or has some otherwise deep or sentimental value to them. The piece might be damaged, for example, or in a form that is perhaps not attractive.  We would take that piece and directed by you, give it a new "incarnation."   In its new form, it would have beauty and always keep its original essence, forever close to your heart and with new expression.