Recent Commissions - re-setting clients’ own jewels
A large portion of our bespoke commissions come from clients who are looking to have old jewels that they hold dear (family heirlooms, tokens of a lost loved one, even old engagement rings) re-imagined into new designs that resonate with them and that they’d love to wear and enjoy. (Remember our recent article in the Stella magazine?)
Here are a selection of recent re-setting commissions Ruth has had the privilege to work on:
(above): Rings featuring sapphires, an emerald and a ruby set in different carats of gold and accompanied by grey or white diamonds
(above): The sapphires and diamonds in the ring stack on the left were rescued from an old Victorian brooch that sat in a jewellery box gathering dust for decades. The spinels, diamonds and pearls on the right are set in 18ct yellow gold to look like an unburied treasure, encrusted over time.
(above): This 18ct yellow gold necklace features an array of white diamonds and freshwater pearls, all recycled from the client’s old jewels.
To see more re-setting commissions, as well as bespoke commissions using unusual and interesting stones sourced by Ruth, follow our Instagram page here. To commission a bespoke piece of your own, find our contact details here