Thursday, July 16, 2009

Handmade Jewelry Designed by You

Handmade sterling silver Jesus pendant by Payne's Custom Jewelry
Handmade Jewelry That You Design


Custom made gold cat pendant with diamonds Have you ever searched for a special jewelry design but couldn't find it anywhere? Well look no further. You can have that unique ring or pendant handmade by Payne's Custom Jewelry. Jewelry designer and manufacturer Tony Payne has been making custom jewelry for his customers for over 25 years. All the pictures on this blog are examples of his work.

A handmade jewelry design is usually first sketched on paper for your approval. The design is then carved in wax by Tony to your exact specifications. Pictures of the wax model are sent to you before your handmade ring or pendant is cast in metal.

Sterling silver wrench pendant with blue zircon gemstone
Your custom jewelry can be made in either sterling silver, gold or platinum. If gold is used it can either be 10, 14 or 18 karat. The gold can also be white, yellow or red (rose) color.

Any gemstones you wish can be set in your custom ring or pendant design. You can use natural or synthetic stones in your handmade jewelry. Tony can even set your own stones in the jewelry piece.





White gold ladybug pendant For a free custom jewelry price quote email Tony with the details of your design. What metal and how big it will be are important questions to consider about any design. Your jewelry can be a ring, pendant, earrings, bracelet or pin.


Send Tony an email at tony@paynesjewelry.com with your custom jewelry information. You can also call him toll free 1-866-509-9199 between 8AM and 6PM CDT Monday through Saturday.



White gold gents dome ring by Payne's Custom Jewelry Why Buy Handmade Jewelry?

Unique handmade jewelry is a gift that always has special meaning to the wearer. A custom made ring or pendant will last a lifetime. Handcrafted jewelry is totally unique and there is nothing like it in the world. Wearing handmade jewelry sets the person apart from the crowd.

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