Shopping online. We all do it nowadays. Let's face it, it's the best place to compare prices and get the lowest price you can find. It's also convenient - you can shop at 2am in your pajamas, and your stuff gets delivered sometimes overnight.
But what do you do when you need help with something...when you need real, in-person customer service? That's a serious concern when it comes to jewelry.
don't worry - we got it. that's what we're here for.
Take this ring for instance. our customer purchased the diamond online. he did his homework and checked with us to see what we thought, and we were happy to advise! Then he brought the diamond to us and expressed his wishes and concerns about what he wanted for the setting. you may not notice, but there is a tiny fleur des lis in 18-karat gold inside the ring, as well as in the detail work of the gallery under the stone - so what seems like a fairly plain-jane setting has more to it than what you see at first glance.
This is the culmination of our joint efforts - needless to say, she said yes!
That's what we're here for - all the little details that make your jewelry as personal as possible. and we're here for you after the fact, too, with that customer service that no one else seems to have these days.
we want to be your jeweler.
There are many things that set custom-designed jewelry apart from mass-produced jewelry, but the personal meaning behind a custom piece is arguably the most important difference. As we browse through the picture books that make up our portfolio here at The Art of Jewelry, we are reminded of the story behind each and every piece we’ve made. Most are happy celebrations of momentous occasions and milestones in our customers’ lives. Others are bittersweet - poignant memorials between customers and loved ones who have passed.
I think of this part of our webpage as a forum for sharing the stories and the thought behind the pieces - with emphasis on the painstaking efforts that go into making certain that each piece precisely reflects the emotions invested in it.
With our customers’ permission, here are some of our favorite stories: