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Brighton Jewellers – Brighton Jewellery Shop specialising in unique Bespoke jewellery - Handmade Jewellery including Engagement Rings and Wedding bands - Brighton Lanes Jewellery Shops

 THE PROCESS

Our bespoke service is overseen by owner/ designer Stef Warde. She will produce each piece using traditional jewellery-making techniques. The gallery below showcases her beautifully hand-hewn, 'rough luxe' work.

◼ STEP 1 If you don't have a clear vision, choose some loose ideas to email to us, along with notes about your style and preferences. Stef will contact you within 48 hours to discuss the next step.

STEP 2 To build a picture, Stef will take you through options, guiding you through metals, stones, budget and time frame. Production time will vary depending on your requirements, but normally it will take up to 8-12 weeks. However if you have a deadline please let us know and Stef will endeavour to meet it.

◼ STEP 3 Stef will provide a sketch and quote, outlining all the features of your bespoke piece. 

◼ STEP 4 On approval of your quote, we would ask for payment prior to production. Once this is authorised, Stef will order all the materials in and get started!



▻ ENGAGEMENT / WEDDING RINGS 

We use Silver, 9ct YellowRose and White Gold, 18ct Yellow, Rose and White Gold, Platinum and Palladium. Generally it is best for a bride to match for her engagement and wedding ring so they are the same density and won't wear the other away. We are big fans of mixing metals so, for example, White Gold next to Yellow Gold is something we are happy to recommend. The dearest of all the metals is Platinum, which is 95% pure and the most durable. Palladium is from the Platinum family and is lighter in weight and for couples on a smaller budget. Gold is available in different carats and different colours. To achieve different shades, the Gold is mixed with various alloys ie: Rose Gold is made by mixing in Copper. The dearest of the Gold is White and is often Rhodium Plated by jewellers to make a similar light-shade as Platinum. Rhodium plating will wear off in time and will need re-plating. We personally like the natural shade of White Gold, but have the tools to rhodium plate if it's preferred. 

◼ GALLERY 
Some examples  ▻ ▻ ▻

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