Custom Orders
The Custom Order Department is open for business. Email us with a description of what you want, and how and when to contact you by phone, and we'll work out the details.
Some details to consider in describing what you want:

Do you want a necklace, earrings, bracelet or brooch (pin)?

What would you like your piece to be made of?


Mineral stones in the form of round, shaped, or faceted beads such as amethyst, apatite, aventurine, blue chalcedony, carnelian, citrine, coral, fluorite, garnet, iolite, jade, labradorite, lapis, moonstone, rainbow moonstone, peridot, rose quartz, tourmalinated quartz. Many of these stones come in a wide range of colors and shades.


Pearls come in many shapes and colors.

Other organic beads: amber, bone, mother-of-pearl and other shells, wood.

Polymer clay beads and components

Metal beads are available in Sterling silver and filled gold, as well as copper and pewter.

What size bead or pearl do you want?

This picture shows how big some standard size beads are.


Do you want the metal parts (clasps, hooks, wire, chain) to be Sterling silver, or gold?

Gold-filled findings have a layer of 14 karat gold bonded to a base alloy. The layer is 20 times thicker than gold plate. I do not use plated metal. Karat gold can also be used; it is considerably more expensive.

Worked wire pieces can also be made in copper.


How long a necklace do you want? If you have a necklace that is exactly the right length, measure how long it is.

A 16" necklace hits a "medium size" woman at the collar bone, an 18" necklace about an inch below that. A 24" necklace falls at about the top of cleavage, a 36" one, below the bust. A 48" necklace will fall to the waist, or can be wrapped twice to fit like a 24" necklace, or 3 times to fit like a 16" choker.

For necklaces to be worn above the collarbone, measure the circumference where the jewelry will be worn.


If you can, provide the exact length of a bracelet of the same type that fits well, or your best measurement with a tape measure of how long the bracelet should be.



What type of backing do you prefer?

Many styles can be attached to reverse earwires, which require no stopper to remain secure.

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