Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Custom Rings and Pendants Made by Payne's Custom Jewelry

This blog post contains some examples of my recently completed custom pendants and rings. My name is Tony Payne and I manufacture custom jewelry for my customers who want their own designs created in silver or gold. I have been doing this online since 1999 which was around the time Google got started.

The large piece pictured above was made in sterling silver this year from a customer's design. The design is recessed in the metal and antiqued. I can make almost any jewelry design you create in either sterling silver or gold. Your custom piece can be a unique pin, a pair of earrings, bracelet or charm that you design.

I also make custom wedding jewelry including bands, engagement rings and anniversary rings. Your work is done in either white or yellow gold or sterling silver. I can provide any gemstones necessary at a reasonable cost. This includes all grades of diamonds, natural rubies and blue sapphires. Synthetic stones can be used on your jewelry design as well.

This pendant is made in 14 karat white gold with a synthetic star sapphire. I can also order semi-precious stones such as opal or tourquoise for your handmade ring or pendant.

Recently I made some 2 sided pendants for customers. The pendant below is an example. The design in the center is cut into the wax model to produce the finished effect. The recessed part is antiqued black so it will stand out.

Custom men's or ladies rings can be made in silver or gold. The ring can also have gemstone if you desire. The possiblities are endless! Your own piece of unique jewelry made the way you want. Something that will last forever. A quality in products that is very rare these days. Custom jewelry makes a wonderful gift.

If you have a ring or pendant design you would like made send me an email at tony@paynesjewelry.com. I will give you a free price quote based on your unique design. Let me know what design you want. A picture or sketch is helpful. What metal that will be used is important. How big your piece will be will help determine the metal cost.