Having heirloms or jewellery you used to like but never use anymore, can create mixed emotions. The sentimental value is in conflict with the pity of not wearing them.
Reusing the gold and maybe even the stones, makes so much sense on so many levels You will most likely increase the monetary value of it, you will start using it with pride and the piece will now be with you and not only making you feel guilty when you open the jewelry box.
WE START WITH CHECKING WHAT WILL LOOK FABOLOUS ON YOU
Like with any other service I provide, I start by "reading" you and suggesting what I think would look good on you. We meaure how much gold you have, the alloys and see if we can use any of the stones, if there is any. If you have to much gold, you can keep it for your next project or use it to pay for having the new piece remade.
IN THE STUDIO
MWhen we have reached the right design, I start working on the piece. This means taking stones out, checking the stamps (alloys) and melting the gold so it can be reused and brought into a new shape.
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IN HER GRANDMOTHERS SPIRIT
My customer for these remade jewellery, had inherited some necklaces and a watch band from her grandmother. They both loved pink. There was more gold that she could use, so shen used the excess gold to buy some a beautiful round torumaline, that would match some pik tourmaline drops she wanted for earrings.
FROM TWO RINGS TO BRAND NEW EARSTUDS WITH A STORY
My customer had inherited her grandmothers rings, but the style did not fit her or her hands.
She wanted something uneven made of the gold and the stones.
I converted the 9 karat yellow gold to 18 kt rose gold and made one stud with the bigger diamond, and one with three smaller stones.
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