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COMMISSIONS

BY ESTHER EYRE

Commissioning a piece of jewellery, whether it’s an engagement ring or a gift for a special occasion is a truly unique experience. With over twenty years’ experience as a jewellery designer and goldsmith, Esther enjoys nothing more than getting to understand her clients and their wishes for creating their special piece. Your adventure begins with an initial consultation where you get to share design ideas and discuss at what inspires you. Getting to know you, your personality and lifestyle is always invaluable at helping Esther understand how she can create the perfect piece that you’ll adore.

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Whether your piece is made from scratch, or with some of your own stones or old pieces (see remodelling below) is entirely up to you, both are amazing starting points. Before embarking on bringing the piece to life at her workbench, Esther illustrates her designs so clients understand how the piece will look, and if stones are involved Esther will often source and work up a stone layout too, if helpful. Esther then discusses the designs with you and makes any modifications, as necessary to ensure that you are always delighted with the end result.

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REMODELLING BY ESTHER EYRE

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If you’ve fallen out of love with your jewellery or have been handed down a family heirloom that you would not wear, then Esther’s upscale services are for you. Working with your own pieces, Esther will remodel them into something truly special. A necklace can become a bracelet for example, one piece can become many or the other way around. Esther will talk through your old pieces with you to understand your requirements in order to reinvent and transform them into something magical and to rekindle your emotional connection with them.

COMMISSIONS BY ESTHER EYRE

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“Thank you for turning my memories into beautiful, wearable bracelets that also transform into a necklace!”

Courtesy of Elizabeth Jacobson.

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