If you’re curious about jewellery or a jewellery wearer yourself, then chances are, you’ve heard someone use the term bespoke. With the global jewellery market valued at $348.5 billion per year (https://savemycent.com/blog/jewelry-industry-statistics/) and many pieces being sold daily, an original item can truly stick out from the crowd. Join us today as we give you an introduction to bespoke jewellery.What is Bespoke Jewellery:
Bespoke jewellery is the opportunity to create something absolutely original.
The process may include a piece of jewellery you already own, enhancing it by adding something special and turning it into a piece of its own. Alternatively, it can be an idea taken directly from your mind, created only for you.
Bespoke jewellery can make a great gift for yourself, or an even better gift for a loved one.
Whether you’ve hooked a big client, finished an exam or just want to celebrate yourself. Jewellery can make you feel exquisite every day.
Which Gems Are Bespoke?
Every single gem holds something magnificently beautiful – that’s why we love them.
Any stone that you love will fit perfectly into a bespoke (or original) piece of jewellery.
The truth, is there are no rules or guidelines here. It is all taking straight from the heart.
When selecting your gem just make sure it’s something you will continue to love.
Why Choose Bespoke Jewellery?
There are many reasons why you should choose to obtain a piece of bespoke jewellery.
It is the only option available that is truly unique to you.
Who wouldn’t love something that is absolutely one of a kind?
You can find 7 reasons why you should consider having bespoke jewellery here. (https://www.susanrumfitt.com/7-reasons-why-you-should-consider-having-bespoke-jewellery/)
Here at Susan Rumfitt, we pride ourselves in creating and caring for jewellery. Our team is based in North Yorkshire and excited to assist you in creating your perfect piece.
Contact us (https://www.susanrumfitt.com/contact/) to book a consultation or join us at our next Bespoke Event. (https://www.susanrumfitt.com/bespoke-events/)