An Introduction to Commissions

I regularly undertake commissions and enjoy working closely with clients, discussing their ideas and incorporating them into my designs. One of the most rewarding aspects of being a jeweller is the moment when the customer views the finished piece, having been involved in its original conception.

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Shona hard at work

Many people now prefer a uniquely handcrafted piece of jewellery to a mass produced item from the high street and you can be assured of the highest levels of craftsmanship, excellence in design and value for money, regardless of your budget.

A client may have specific requirements and I am happy to give a full consultation so that the feasibility of the project can be determined. If you are open to a range of possiblities then the inspiration for the design can come from the client's individual style or personality.

Last year one of my customers was an architect and he was very specific because of his own design background. Another situation involved a stylish young couple who were willing to let me pursue an innovative new design.

Most importantly, I must consider the status of the piece as most of my commissions are rings to mark special events.

You can read about the process, view different types of commissions and read customer testimonials in the following pages...


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Shona Fidgett Designer Jewellery | Studio 15, 1103 Argyle Street, Glasgow, Scotland G3 8ND | tel: +44 (0)141 248 9050 | email:


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