Custom Design Process

The custom design process begins with an idea. Your idea! Whether you know precisely what you are looking for or need our guidance and years of custom design experience, we are here to assist you every step of the way. An appointment is scheduled with our client so that you will have our undivided attention. We want to focus entirely on you and learning more about the custom jewelry piece that we will be crafting. During this time, we will work on your vision of what you want and select the metal and stones that will be needed for the project. And then, we get to work!


After we discuss what your design will look like, we get to work creating a digital version using our innovative computer modeling software. You get the opportunity to see, approve, and make any changes once we present you with this life-like rendering. You’ll be able to view the jewelry from every angle, which will help have a clear idea about what the finished product will look like. This step helps ensure that we have captured your vision.


After you approve the CAD design, a wax model of your jewelry will be created with our state-of-the-art 3D printer. More intricate pieces are skillfully carved by hand. The wax models are used to confirm design details and are used in the casting process. You will have an opportunity to approve the wax model, view the design, and request any adjustments or changes. We want you to be completely satisfied with your custom jewelry, which is why we keep you involved with each step of the design process.


The art of casting is not a new process. It has been used in various capacities for thousands of years. Our jewelry casting utilizes what is called a lost wax casting. The wax mold is encased in plaster and heated at very high temperatures until the wax melts leaving a cavity that is then filled with the precious metal of your choosing. The castings come out with a matte finish and require a variety of polishing techniques to obtain the desired result. During this step, all the stones are skillfully and securely hand-set into the mounting.


Last but not least, is the finishing step. This is where we take your piece and make it exceptional and uniquely yours! We polish every detail and apply any textures or finishes that your custom piece will feature. Your custom jewelry piece is then thoroughly cleaned and inspected before we present you with your finished item. Custom design is an art and it is our passion. We think you’ll agree that shows in every piece of jewelry that we create.

We also can repurpose and update your heirloom jewelry, by using your old gold and diamonds to turn it into a modern piece. Jewelry is a testament of memories, love, and symbolic significance. We can custom design a fresh piece of jewelry while still having the sentimental value that it means to you. You will be able to use the gold and diamonds that you have inherited and enjoy it in a new ring, pendant, bracelet, or earrings. We will bring your old jewelry to life, and transform it into something you will enjoy for years to come.

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Houston, Texas: A Brief Overview

Located in southeastern Texas, Houston is the fourth-largest city in the United States and the largest in the state. Founded in 1836, Houston has a rich history that has played a significant role in the development of the region.


Named after General Sam Houston, a hero of the Texas Revolution, the city of Houston was established by Augustus and John Allen in 1836. It served as the temporary capital of the Republic of Texas and later became an important center for the railroad and oil industries. Today, Houston is recognized for its diverse economy, which includes sectors such as aerospace, energy, and healthcare.


Houston experiences a humid subtropical climate, characterized by hot summers and mild winters. The city is prone to heavy rainfall, especially during hurricane season from June to November. For up-to-date weather information, check the National Weather Service for Houston.

Interesting and Useful Facts

  • Houston is home to the NASA Johnson Space Center, a hub for human spaceflight activities and astronaut training.
  • The city's thriving arts and culture scene includes numerous museums, theaters, and galleries.
  • Houston is known for its diverse cuisine, with over 10,000 restaurants and hundreds of food trucks offering a wide range of international fare.

Important Area Locations

For visitors traveling to Houston, the George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) and the William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) are the primary airports serving the area.

Other notable attractions and locations include:

For more information about Houston, visit the City of Houston's official website

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