Do you have jewellery that we no longer wear but has sentimental value? Would you like it transformed into a piece that can be worn and loved again? Here's a little about the journey of creating a bespoke remodelled piece.
Wear your story in a design that suits you.
It's the Story of...
.....the jewellery you already have. Your personal, sentimental and emotional connection to your jewellery. It's history and the meaning it imbues.
Do you have jewellery you would like to be transformed so you can wear it in a style that suits you?
The nature of bespoke remodelling means time is taken, using various techniques and skills during the making process to rework your metal. Rings for instance could be resized and customised further or melted down. Your gemstones could also be incorporated into a new piece. Transforming your piece into something special to you.
There are endless possibilities!
Are you drawn to a particular style? Is there a leaf which has a special meaning for you? Your own gemstones can be included or new gemstones sourced. Perhaps in a favourite colour or a birthstone to represent yours or your families birthdays?
Why not look at the Bespoke Gallery for inspiration or have and also view the 'Remodelling Stories' of examples of other pieces I have transformed.
in a piece of jewellery that's made especially for you....
All these elements make your jewellery special and personal to you! The transformation of the piece, a story to remember and tell others.
Your jewellery but made into a style that suit you, to be treasured, worn and loved once more.
Below are some examples of other people remodelling journeys Remodelling Stories.
Interested in discussing how your jewellery can be transformed?
Please take a look at the 'Bespoke Gallery' and let me know what style or designs catch your eye (this is a great starting point to discuss things further) and get in touch via the 'Remodelling Enquiry Form'. Please include photos and any other details of what you would like transformed.
Please bear in mind that due to the extra time and work involved in reusing, reworking and remodelling jewellery, these types of commissions are usually from around £450 for a plain band or from £750 for something that has more details with the average price being around £1500. There is no hard and fast rule but I hope this gives you an idea as it really does depend on what jewellery you have to work with and what you would like it made into.