Bespoke Jewellery by TVRRINI
Whether it is a special piece of jewellery, sculpture or interior decor, we will start a conversation with you and realise the project through crafted excellence. Enter a world of distinct imagination.
There are several occasions that might lead you to decide on commissioning bespoke jewellery or works of art.
Original designs are an ideal way to celebrate:
- professional achievements
- academic milestones, and more.
Every story is meaningful, and we would be happy to be involved with you in the various steps to creating one-of-a-kind jewellery, as below.
1. Starting the Idea
The first step is discussing the aspects that are most important to you, often by sharing images and drawings for reference. Our brainstorm is visual and specific to make sure we will design the bespoke piece to satisfy your concept.
Often, designs start as illustrations on paper, showing important details such as colours and size.
Once you want to go ahead with the design, we proceed to draw it to meet the final requirements. Then we add colours in the drawing, continuing our conversation with you to make sure the project is moving in the right direction. Materials and gemstones will be represented in their true sizes and shapes before production commences.
Many of our designs are made by hand-sculpting wax over gemstones to create unique and perfectly fitting mounts.
3. Sculpting the Details
The painted design moves on to the three-dimensional form in wax. At our studio we take care in carving the details that capture elegance to perfection.
Our jewellery is cast through the lost-wax method. We ensure metal casts contain as few irregularities as possible during quality control.
4. Lost-Wax Casting
An ancient technique, lost-wax casting is able to capture intricate designs. From the wax workpiece, we make a mould then prepare it for casting. When the mould has solidified the waxes are burnt out, leaving a shell which is also known as a cavity. This shell is then filled with metal, resulting in your piece.
Setting gemstones is a meticulous process, requiring precision and a sharp eye.
5. Gem Setting
Setting is an art in itself that needs expertise to guarantee a secure and attractive finished piece. With the piece that is cast, we make sure that the stone is correctly sitting inside before tightening the fit. Later, further polishing is made on the
Our bespoke service goes beyond jewellery, such as this decorative piece.
6. Finishing touches
The piece gets more polishing to buff out exterior scratches and bring out the sparkle. For the ultimate gleam, we give the piece a gentle cleanup, plating the surface to protect your jewellery.
Keep in mind that bespoke pieces will typically require 2-4 weeks before final delivery, depending on the complexity of a design and other commitments we might have. We would be pleased to know more about you and discuss your idea for a bespoke jewellery piece. Get in touch with Bibi at email@example.com or schedule a free video consultation with us.
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