How it Works
Bespoke Jewellery - How does it work?
To begin your journey with us, simply get in touch. Together, we can research and find out more about your style
and preference to help in picking your dream jewellery piece.
Get in Touch
To begin your journey, click the button below to get in touch with one of our experienced consultants. Your story, preferences, budget and style combined with our expertise, will give you a clear indication of what you can expect.
Source the Perfect elements
Working within your budget, we will source the finest metals, gemstones and diamonds for your perfect engagement ring or occasion piece. We will assist and guide you to determine the correct specifications so that your quote is accurate and clear.
Dream and design
To help you visualise your dream ring, we offer all our clients 3D designs ensuring everything is perfect prior to manufacture. We use the best manufacturing technologies combined with master craftsmanship to ensure top quality and precision. Once you’ve approved your 3D design, we start the manufacturing process
Finally, your piece is examined by our master craftsmen
Every piece of jewellery is carefully examined under magnification by our master craftsmen before it leaves the workshop ensuring it meets our exacting standards. This is the final part of the process in making your perfect jewellery piece. It is then beautifully packaged ready for delivery.
What goes into designing a custom piece?
Creating a bespoke jewellery design gives you a lot of freedom to design and dream up a jewellery piece that fits your needs. There are a few checkpoints to keep in mind.
Metals are weighted in karats (not to be confused with the carat weight of diamonds) this indicates the percentage of gold that is present in the metal mix.
Platinum is widely in jewellery manufacture, as it is the hardest of the jewellery metals.
Yellow and Rose Gold are very popular choices for engagement rings, their warm tones work beautifully on the skin and provide a beautiful, rich setting for diamonds and many other gemstones.
White Gold, which is also mixed with alloys and to many people looks a lot like Platinum, is often used to accentuate the whiteness of diamonds. It has a warmer white shine than platinum and is also preferred to it in jewellery with an intricate or vintage design.
9kt 14kt and 18kt is the Gold generally used in the making of fine jewellery.
The differing gemstones not only come in a wide variety of colours but they have different hardness values also on the Mohs scale and its worth taking that into account when choosing your piece to ensure it can stand the test of time. Some gemstones are attributed to certain months as birthstones, and some even to special anniversaries.
The most popular stones include:
The cut of the selected stone in your bespoke jewellery design is very much a personal element and depends much on the personality of the person who will be wearing the stone.
There are many different shapes, with the most popular below…
A stone’s weight, measured in Carat, is one of the factors that affects the jewellery piece’s size and price.
At Grace Diamonds we look at the four “C’s” when selecting your perfect diamonds:
Please click here to learn more about Carat, Colour, Clarity, and Cut
By adhering strictly to the standard set out by the 4Cs, and aiming to deliver the highest quality in luxury jewelry, the Grace Diamond experience is as unforgettable and high-class as the diamond itself. You can read more about our process here.
If you’d like to book your bespoke design consultation. Click here to book it now.
Request a Quote
Request a bespoke quotation below if you have something in mind, or you can book an online constultation.