Though I spend a lot of time focussing on my own collections, I also really love the opportunity to take on commission pieces, and always welcome new and exciting proposals to create unique pieces of work.


Let's talk me any images you've collated that indicate the style you're heading towards.

We'll consider your metals and any gemstones you might want to include.

We can also talk time constraints and budgets - during these initial chats we'll cover as much ground as possible.


With your thoughts and ideas in mind, I'll sketch out some rough ideas.

From here, and depending on the processes that we decide to use, we might finalise an idea, or I may make a prototype; every project is different!

Allow as much time as possible for this part of the process - tweaking ideas can be the hardest part!


Once your design has been finalised I will begin working on your forever piece.

During this part I like to be in regular contact to keep you up to date with progress as I get as excited as you do to see your finished piece!

All bespoke items can be collected from my workshop direct, or will be sent out as per the shipping information on my dispatch & shipping page.

Custom-Made Jewellery

Sometimes commissioned items aren't a whole new piece but a variation on something from one of my existing collections. Maybe there's something I already make that you love but would like in a different colour, or set with a different stone? I regularly make custom pieces so I would be happy to begin a conversation with you about this service.

Repurposed Jewellery

Many clients come to me with inherited gold and/or family gemstones; pieces that hold huge sentimental value. I can work with you to re-purpose these pieces, breathing new life into old designs and maintaining the nostalgia they hold.

If you would like to book a meeting with me for a friendly and informal chat, either in person or online, then please use the form at the bottom of this page or email me direct at

I would love to hear from you!

Contact Natalie

Lets start talking through your ideas