Revive your Jewellery
1 - CONTACT US
Book a consultation or request a shipping kit.
Book a consultation at your suitable day and time or fill the shipping form and we will send you a prepaid, insured kit.
2 - SEND US YOUR STONE(S)
Or bring them in store.
Your jewellery and stones meet our designer,
he will ask you what you would like to be designed.
With his expertise he will answer your questions and guide you. before starting the process of your FREE design.
3 - CHOOSE YOUR SETTING
Try in store or tell us your idea of design and we will modelise it for you.
When you are happy about the 3D design specially made for you,
our master goldsmith will start the manufacture of your new piece.
4 - RECEIVE YOUR RING
We will contact you before posting back to you
or to organise with you a collection in store.
See It With Your Own Eyes
What Should I Expect?
How Much Will it Cost?
The average cost for A Jewellery remodelling is £495.
The temptation could be to sell your unwanted jewellery,
This is usually the worst thing to do...
2nd hand jewellers base their buying prices on scrap metal values even when the jewellery is in perfectly good condition.
Often they will not even add value to the price they pay if there are gemstones in the ring!
with jewellery remodelling, although you have to pay for the commission, the finished piece is then worth the same, if not more, than the original piece.
It Will Add Value To Your Jewellery
A lady inherits her grandmother's yellow gold diamond engagement ring. The insurance value is £2,000.
She sells it to a 2nd hand jewellers & gets £495.
She then buys a ring to remember her Gran.
The ring she buys for £495 has way smaller & lower quality diamonds. She has effectively downgraded her jewellery.
The same lady inherits her grandmother's yellow gold diamond engagement ring.
The insurance value is £2,000.
This time she commissions us to design a ring she will love.
We remove the diamonds from the inherited ring & reset them into the new design.
The remodelling process costs her £495.
The ring has now retained both its commercial & sentimental value & now worth over £2,000.
The lady wears the ring every day.
This time instead of downgrading her jewellery she has 'upcycled' it!