Whether it is the creation of a first gem, a christening gift, an engagement ring or a personal treat to add to a collection, we undertake commissions of all descriptions creating different styles for the individual. Take a journey through our archive.
This ring design was inspired by a recurring dream of the film Tron (1982) in which The Grid is depicted as a fast moving light show. The client wanted the ring to be brightly coloured and seemingly in constant motion. Green tsavorites, and blue, yellow, orange and pink sapphires represent the five members of her family.
What the client loved most about this mandarin garnet centre stone was its hot colour. Cool diamonds were eschewed in favour of vivid pink and orange sapphires and rich yellow gold to reinforce the ring’s intense colour. Given the clashing colours, it was important to keep the design ordered – the ring is a modern extrapolation of Art Deco.
The customer wanted the black opal to be the focal point of the piece. The metal surrounding the opal is highly polished and it follows the amorphic shape of the stone. To enhance the colour of the opal tiny diamonds are set on the edge. The pendant is suspended from a solid gold wire torque but it can also be worn from a chain.
This egg was a present from a husband to his wife, and each of their four children is represented both with a birthstone on the front and a diamond set zodiac constellation on the reverse. The egg opens to allow for future significant charms to be added on the inside.
The client found this uncut crystalline chrysocolla, its intense turquoise colour and teardrop shape reminding her of a recent trip to Sri Lanka. After the subsequent birth of her son, she decided to commission a ring that would celebrate both. The shank incorporates the letter “L” on both sides.