Just for You
Updated: Mar 21, 2019
Going bespoke means you get exactly what you want even if you don't know what that is yet.
Thinking of having something made can be quite daunting, what if its not what you imagined? what if its too expensive? Well I try and make it as easy as possible. I love collaborating with my clients to make sure you are happy with the result.
“Having no artistic talent I had no idea what was or wasn't possible to have made when it comes to designing rings. Luckily for me Jane was on hand to guide me through the process . She kept me updated on her progress and never gave up on making it work. I will definitely be getting in touch with Jane in the future!”
As you can imagine creating a one-off bespoke piece can take time, after a design has been approved please allow 6-8 weeks, to avoid disappointment. A budget must also be established before any work begins so Jane can tailor the design to you. Jane is happy to meet for a design consultation to discuss ideas, if this is inconvenient ideas can be discussed via email and phone. At this stage Jane will create initial sketches of your design and can source stones for you to approve.
Once you have decided on a design and are happy to proceed with the commission, and a price has been agreed a 50% deposit is required. Then Jane can get to work creating your handmade piece.
At this point Jane will begin to hand craft your bespoke one-off piece from her studio in Glasgow, remember this could take 4-6 weeks. If you would like to see the process of your piece being made you can request a photo journal, that will document the different stages; Alternatively follow Jane on Instagram where she posts works in progress shots.
Now is the really exciting part. Once your piece is finished Jane will welcome you back to her Glasgow studio to collect the piece or alternatively she can post it out to you. At this stage the remaining balance is required and then you can start enjoying your piece that has been handmade especially for you. Jane loves seeing you wearing your designs so if you use instagram make sure you share a post of your design and tag us with #janeharrisonjewellery