Custom Pieces by No.3 Fine Jewelry
Looking to commission something custom from one of our designers or a custom piece through our bench? [STILL WRITING THIS COPY] Please note that the custom process may vary based on the complexity of your piece. However, the following is generally what you can expect with any custom project at No.3 Fine Jewelry.
STEP ONE: THE CONSULTATION
This is when we talk size, budget, metals, hopes, dreams, and what this piece means to you. Whether this is an engagement ring or a gift for you or a loved one, we'll be sure to cover any of your questions about timing, stone sourcing, custom options, and more. Don't worry if you don't know exactly what you want—we're here to help! This consultation can take place in person at our shop on 2354 Polk or virtually.
STEP TWO: DESIGN SKETCHES AND MOCKUPS
After your consultation, we'll jump into sketches and mockups to work through any questions or requests you may have. If this is a custom piece commissioned from one of our designers, we'll work with their team to provide you with mockups as necessary.
STEP THREE: CAD REVIEW AND FINAL APPROVALS
After we've settled on your design concept, we'll spiffy up our sketches and provide a CAD that will give you a more detailed look at the design. If this is a custom piece commissioned from one of our designers, please note that this process may vary.
From here, we'll seek your final approval and deposit before your piece is cast and the production process can begin.
STEP FOUR: THE HARDEST PART...THE WAIT!
Production can take as little as 1 week or as much at 8 weeks depending on the complexity of your project. We recommend starting any engagement ring process no later than 8 weeks before you need the ring.
STEP FIVE: PICK-UP AND LOVE
Arguably the best part of this entire process: seeing your new baby for the first time! If you're local, we recommend picking up in store. If that's not possible, we offer worldwide shipping through our trusted carriers.
SEE PAST CUSTOM PIECES
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