Losing a cherished piece of jewelry can be heartbreaking. Whether it's an heirloom or a favorite piece, it's hard to let go of something that holds sentimental value. That's why we at George Thompson are dedicated to creating custom jewelry that can become heirlooms for generations to come. Recently, we had a customer who wanted us to remake the ring that the customer lost a long time ago. The ring that the customer wanted was a custom yellow-gold hammered band ring with a size of 10.5 and a width of 12.5mm and should have larger hammers and a shiny, reflective finish.
In order to fully understand our clients' ideas, we create a 3D CAD image of the piece and present it to the customer for approval. This allows the customer to see a digital representation of what the band will look like in real life and ensure that it meets their expectations. Once we receive approval from the client, we then move on to 3D printing an exact replica of the CAD image. This step is critical in ensuring that the final piece is precisely as the customer wants it. Having a 3D replica before the final production stage helps our customers understand what they are paying for and avoid any surprises or disappointments. After the 3D printing process, we then cast and hand-finish the band using only the finest materials. Our skilled jewelers work diligently to create a flawless final product that exceeds our customers' expectations.
When the ring was complete, we presented it to our customer. They were thrilled with the final product, and we could see the joy on their face. We had successfully recreated their lost ring and turned their idea into a beautiful heirloom.
At George Thompson, we believe that custom jewelry is more than just a piece of metal. It's a symbol of love, family, and cherished memories. We are dedicated to creating pieces that will be treasured for generations to come. If you have a piece of jewelry that you've lost or want to create something unique, come to George Thompson Diamond Co. We'll work with you every step of the way to create something that you'll treasure for a lifetime.