Do you want to wear something unique on your wrists? How about having a one-of-a-kind bracelet around your neck? You can make that happen when you order custom-built jewelry. If you never heard about how the whole process works, we prepared five common questions people ask about custom jewelry down below.
1. How much does custom jewelry cost?
That depends! Price ranges vary a lot depending on what you want, including design, work, gold karats, and other factors. Nevertheless, you will often find custom jewelry in the $2000 to $5000 range. Sometimes, you’ll find more affordable pieces; other times, they will cost way more than that.
2. What to bring to your first custom jewelry appointment?
Bring anything that you think would help design and create the piece of jewelry you want, whether that’s a picture, drawing, clipping, or anything you can think of. At the same time, if your new custom piece includes other pieces you already have, bring that too.
If you don’t have anything to bring, don’t worry. You will soon the perfect design for you even if you’re empty-handed.
3. What if I don’t know what I want?
There’s no problem there! You will receive help to discover and figure out what you want. It’s not a long or difficult process: you’ll have to answer a few questions and see other designs to figure out the perfect match for you. You’ll soon learn what you like through inspiration and elimination or both. Before you know it, you’ll fall in love with a design!
4. How long until I get my custom jewelry piece?
You’ll have to wait for one to two months before receiving your custom jewelry. That may seem like a lot – but remember, gold lasts forever! Be patient when going through this process. That time frame exists for a reason: jewelers need time to create the perfect piece for you to wear. When you wait that long, you know you’ll receive what you want and leave with a smile on your face.
5. Is custom jewelry worth it?
Absolutely! The price of precious metals is ever-increasing, so investing in gold is never a bad financial idea. With that being said, having your custom piece is invaluable! Whether you want it for yourself or a loved one, wearing unique 14k gold bracelets or any other custom-made jewelry is better than buying mass-produced pieces.