With over 22 years of experience as a bench jeweler, Sumer has adopted the skills necessary for a high level of craftsmanship.
Fused with a fine eye for detail and a clear vision of design, Sumer is able to create one-off bespoke pieces stamped with a style that can be defined as his own.
Collaborating with Sumer from the initial stage of thought to a sketch, you’ll be included in the journey as it slowly evolves into the final custom piece.
For any Bespoke inquiries please feel free to write us via the CONTACT page.

The Bespoke Process

Initial Inquiry

Before getting in touch with us regarding any bespoke work it is helpful to have some idea of what you are wanting to create. Whether you have collected images off Pinterest or noted down ideas of what you want to be incorporated into the piece, the more information you can give us the better. 

This usually is a back-and-forth process via email or face to face, where we hone down on the ideas, to slowly bring to life the desired design.



Once we have a good understanding of the desired design we then do a hand sketch to help give you a better understanding of what the piece will look like, visually. At this same time, we can also give you a quote on what the job will cost, along with a time frame.



If the Bespoke piece has materials such as diamonds or any other color gemstone that needs to be sourced, our team will then scour our extensive network of trusted suppliers to find appropriate stone options for the project, often providing several options to choose from based on your preferences and budget.


3D Cad Render

Once everything is finalized; the initial sketch approved, materials selected and cost agreed upon, we proceed with a 3D Cad Render, which will give you a very clear vision of the final piece. Steps 1 to 4 can, and will, be repeated until the design is perfected.



Once the design is perfected and you give us the green light, we start the crafting of your bespoke piece of jewelry. The completion of which can take anywhere from 2 to 6 weeks, depending on the complexity of the piece.