I love working with you to redesign your jewelry to make it something that, in line with the ethos of Fewer Finer, is something you could wear everyday. I've found that so many of you have valuable pieces that are either worth a lot in their metal and stone value or hold a very sentimental meaning. If these pieces don't fit your style, we can almost always reimagine them to be something that does!
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This ring was the client's grandmother's engagement ring. She had been the one to inherit it, but wanted to share the heirloom with her cousins. We removed all the diamonds and kept the largest, main stone, for the client - turning it into this beautiful necklace. The other diamonds were turned into signet rings, each with a unique design, nodding each cousin's style.
This client inherited her mother's original engagement and wedding rings and wanted to do something special with them. We could not believe how these rings had been constructed, covering the diamonds and sapphires with a lot of metal that took away from the stone's brilliance. We turned the sapphires into an in-line diamond necklace, adding the single diamond into the mix to keep the engagement ring's stones together in one final piece.
This client had inherited her late Father's wedding band. A solid band with three diamonds, very typical of the era (the 80's) he was married. Luckily for her, we were able to tun this into two pieces! First we resized the gold band, kept it's unique squared shape, and gave it a much needed polish. We then took the three diamonds, which felt dated in their design on the ring, and turned them into a three stone in-line diamond necklace.
This client had a loose strand of 3 tennis bracelet links sitting in her jewelry box from years ago when she had the bracelet resized. We took these beautiful diamonds and turned them into a longer necklace, a piece she did not have in her collection. We chose to set each diamond differently, making it a bit more visually interesting and representing each of her three daughters!
This client came to me with a diamond bangle that presented a few problems: the design had bent overtime, she did not like the round nature of bangles, and she preferred yellow gold to the rose gold of her original piece. She loved the Essential Bracelet from the Fewer Finer Collection and so we simply removed her diamonds and reset them into that piece. She now has a customized version of this piece that she can wear everyday!
This client had a wedding ring she inherited with a good collection of diamonds in it! We removed the stones and created a custom pendant in a shape and size she did not have in her collection, and organically scattered the diamonds on the face of the pendant.
This client had her mother's original engagement ring. While she liked the ring, it was not her style. Instead she hoped to just remove the diamond and save it for her own future engagement ring. I recommended reworking the wide band, which had a great shape and structure, so that she could wear that too. The result was beautiful!