That is a bit of an overstatement, truthfully. But I have been quite enjoying the new and varied projects coming across my desk lately.
Custom projects often come with a story, too, and I find that knowing them — where a piece is going, for which ceremony or celebration it will be gifted — adds a little more sentiment and a different kind of meaning to my work.
Some of my recent custom projects have included “firsts” — such as my first tie bar. This set above, with matching cufflinks, will be a wedding gift from a sister to her twin to her brother, who will be married this month.
Below is a tiny pinwheel necklace with a little handle, to be a birthday gift for a 12 year old.
A set of single helicopter pendants for the wife and mother of a helicopter pilot. (This design will also now be a permanent item in the shop.)
And cufflinks, which were a gift for a good friend on his 80th birthday.
If you ever have custom jewelry ideas, I’m happy to hear from you, at firstname.lastname@example.org.