Bespoke jewellery is your opportunity to have something crafted to your exact specification and standards. So when choosing a local jeweller for bespoke jewellery, it is important to find someone who shares your taste in design and can guarantee a quality end product. Below we will be offering some tips on how to choose a local jeweller for bespoke jewellery.

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Choosing a Local Jeweller

A major benefit of choosing a local jeweller for bespoke jewellery is the convenience of working with someone on your doorstep. Travelling to and from design consultations and product collection will be a breeze, while supporting a local business and thereby investing in your community.

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Experienced Jewellery Designers

When choosing between independent jewellers, review their portfolios to see what type of jewellery designs they have previously worked on. This can give you a clear idea on what type of styles they are experienced with and if this aligns with the design you are looking for with your custom jewellery.

Experienced jewellery designers can also help guide you with your design ideas if you feel that something is missing, as well as provide technical advice when necessary.

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The Design Process

Bespoke jewellery offers a one off design that is designed by you and for you. Therefore, you want to get the design drafts perfect so it can be crafted to your exact specifications. This is why it is helpful to know how your chosen local jeweller undergos their design process. Make sure that they allow you to be as involved as you want to be, offer you creative freedom and are happy to create multiple design drafts between consultations until you achieve the design you are looking for.

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Working Within Budget

If you have a set budget for this piece, an independent jeweller can work with you to create a design which fits within that. They can demonstrate how much creative freedom your budget allows and what you can hope to achieve. This can be particularly helpful for engaged couples with a wedding budget which includes their bespoke wedding rings.

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Benefits of an Inhouse Workshop

If your local jewellery shop features an inhouse workshop, this could be a great opportunity for you. This may allow you to see first hand how your chosen jewellery designers work and you may even be able to catch a glimpse of your bespoke jewellery being made. It can also reassure you that your jewellery is in the right hands, rather than having it sent off to a third party to create.

At Allen Brown Jewellery, we specialise in beautifully unique bespoke jewellery. You can see our team in action at our Staffordshire showroom, located at The Heart of the Country Village. For more information, please visit our website.

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