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Buying The Right Jewelry

A few years ago, I got a great gift for my wife. I thought it would be nice to choose a gorgeous gold locket with our family picture in it. She absolutely loved the gift, so I was surprised when she never wore it out of the house. After I talked with her, she explained that the locket was too nice to wear with most of her everyday outfits. That day, I learned a little about buying the right jewelry. Together, my wife and I have developed this blog dedicated to all things jewelry, so that you can buy the right gifts for your loved one.

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There are many reasons to choose custom jewelry over pre-made, mass-produced pieces. When you go the custom route, you can be sure that your jewelry is one-of-a-kind and that no one else will have anything like it. If you're thinking about commissioning a custom piece of jewelry, here are three unique and eye-catching designs to inspire you.

A Monogrammed Ring 

Monogrammed rings are a timeless and chic way to personalize your jewelry. A monogram is typically made up of three letters — the first letter of your first name, the first letter of your middle name, and the first letter of your last name.

But you can also get creative with your monogram and use initials that have special meaning to you. For example, you could use the first letter of your mother's name, the first letter of your hometown, or the first letter of your favorite color.

You could even spell out a word with your monogram, like "love" or "hope." And for a truly unique touch, you could add a symbol that is significant to you in place of one of the letters.

A monogrammed ring is a beautiful and personal way to wear your initials (or the initials of someone you love) every day. It's also a great conversation starter—people will be curious about what your monogram means to you.

Earrings with Intricate 3D Designs 

If you're looking for something that is both eye-catching and unique, consider commissioning a pair of earrings with intricate three-dimensional designs.

These kinds of earrings are often inspired by nature, with beautiful details that mimic the patterns found in flowers, leaves, and tree branches. But you aren't limited to natural design. You can also get creative and commission a pair of earrings that feature your favorite animals, geometric shapes, or even abstract designs.

These kinds of earrings are statement pieces that are sure to turn heads. And since they're surprisingly versatile and can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion.

A Cuff Bracelet with a Unique Texture

Another great option for custom jewelry is a cuff bracelet with a unique texture. This could be a bracelet covered in delicate beads, intricate woven design, or features raised metalwork with a textured finish.

The texture is key when it comes to these kinds of bracelets. You want to choose a design that feels special and luxurious to the touch. For instance, a bracelet with a smooth and polished finish would be perfect for a night out. On the other hand, a more rustic and organic bracelet would be great for everyday wear.

Depending on the materials you use, these kinds of bracelets can also be quite affordable. So if you're looking for a custom piece of jewelry that won't break the bank, this is a great option to consider. For more information on custom jewelry, contact a company near you.