Looking to have your unique wedding rings designed and created just for you? Nicola and I are here to help and support you every step of the way and we will guiding you throughout the process of creating your dream wedding rings. If you have an idea in mind that is great but don’t worry if you are not sure as we will suggest some ideas at your initial consultation.
Here are some of the things that we will go through with you.
- What materials would you like your piece to be made in? silver/ gold / platinum…a combination? If you have an engagement ring we would advise that you have your wedding band made in the same material as if it is made of a different material the softer ring will wear faster. We often have clients that come to us with existing jewellery that has sentimental value. As we can deconstruct and reuse existing jewellery to reprocess metals and repurpose stones to make your wedding bands even more special. Read Gilliand and Graham’s Commission story. They used two existing engagment rings of her Mum’s to create her wedding and engagement rings. Click here to read more.
- Shape – are you thinking a more traditional D section or flat, round, square, if you have an engagement ring do you want it to fit together with your ring?
- Width of the ring – wedding bands come in all different widths and a lot of it will depend on your fingers and if you are wearing more than one ring as well as your personal preference. We will have some examples on hand for you to try to get a better idea of what will suit you.
- Would you like to include any precious or semi-precious stones within your design?
- Pattern and texture – are you thinking about having some sort of pattern or design on your rings. Maybe there is something special to you that you would like on your rings.
- Engraving – would you like a special message or phrase engraving on the inside of your ring, or the date of your wedding?
Contact us and we will arrange a free 15 min consultation. This can either be in person or via zoom.
Once we have had the initial consultation and have an idea of the sort of piece you are looking for we will then be able to give you a quote for your bespoke piece.
We initially take a 50% deposit so we can complete further design work if required
Once the design has been finalised we will start work on your bespoke jewellery. On average each piece that we make will take between 6-8 weeks depending on the complexity of the design.
We may need you to come and try on your item during the making process to make sure that your jewellery fits perfectly.
If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with us or simply fill out or commission form here.
Thanks for reading x
Posted on 18th Apr 2023 14:40:07 by Oresome
Oresome Jewellery Open studio event West Hull
Due to the success of our first open studio event in our new home we are now planning our second event at the end of November. This time we will hold our event in our studios in Willerby.
We will be oping our studio on:
Friday 25th November 11-6pm
Saturday 26th November 10-4pm
There will be an opportunity to buy some of our last pieces of our current ranges. Once they have gone they are gone. We will not be making these again so don’t miss out! We will also have some exclusive ranges that we are producing a limited edition of this festive season.
Nicola and I will also be on hand to discuss any potential commissions or re models that you are thinking of. We will be able to give you a free 15min consultation on your piece. Not sure what you are looking for, don’t worry we will be on hand to guide and advise you on your piece.
We will also be able to take in and discuss any pieces of jewellery that need to be repaired. This could be anything from replacing a missing stone, ring resizing, pearl and bead re stringing and much more. Whatever your repair is, bring it along to one of our open studio days and we will take a closer look at it for you.
If you would like any further information please do not hesitate to contact us on 01482 213881
Victoria and Nicola x
Posted on 22nd Nov 2022 16:33:41 by Oresome
Oresome Open studio Event 29th Sep – 1st October 2022
Nicola and I are excited to announce that we will be opening up our workshop at the end of September 2022. This will be the first time that we have hosted an open studio event in our new home in the leafy suburb of Sutton near to Hull in East Yorkshire.
As we are changing our work there will be a last chance to buy some of our current bespoke and limited-edition pieces of jewellery.
We will be taking repair enquires, so if you have anything that needs some TLC please bring it along with you so we can take a look.
Thinking of having a piece of jewellery made? come and have a free consultation with us. We will be happy to answer any questions you have.
We will be hosting this open studio at our workshop in Sutton.
Our Opening times will be:
Thursday 29th Sep 11am - 6pm
Friday 30th Sep 11am - 6pm
Saturday 1st October 10am - 4pm
We will look forward to seeing your there.
Missed our open studio event and would like to view our work? Simply call us on 01482 213881 to arrange an appointment to see us.
Posted on 27th Sep 2022 14:58:55 by Oresome
Nicola and I are excited to announce that the project and exhibition that we have been working on over the past few months is now open to see.. well at least virtually for the moment. We hope the the exhibition will be open to the public at Goole Museum in May 2021.
The project was to create exciting and innovative pieces of art jewellery inspired from everyday objects. As part of the project we have had the privilege of working with renowned sculptor and art jeweller Jaqualine Stieger. Through working closely with Stieger we were able to explore her use of innovative casting techniques that give a greater freedom for creating more exploratory and innovative work.
Steiger has been taking inspiration from everyday objects for a long time now. Items that many people might consider inconsequential, for Stieger have inspired a piece of stunning art Jewellery.
Some of her past work has been inspired by items such as bandages, plastic tablecloths and babies nappies as a starting point for her innovative and inspirational pieces.
This exhibition and work was funded by Arts Council England and support form Goole Museum and Boyes Stores
The exhibition will be open to the public on 17th May, all being well.
For now you can view the exhibition on line here.
We hope you enjoy it
Posted on 17th Mar 2021 10:47:12 by Oresome