Jewelry customization was at its peak in 2017. Now that the year has rolled into another, the trend continues. Predictions state that customization is going to be high in the jewelry sector this year as well. So, to clear some prevailing doubts out right at the start of this year, here are the answers to some commonly asked questions. If any of these questions have ever occurred to you, here is the chance to get some clarity on that subject. Let’s get started with the most common and obvious questions.
Is Customization Possible to the Point of Anything?
In reality, the word customization is often abused by the sellers and instead what the buyers get is only a vague and imagined version of the same. But, even though customization opens up endless possibilities, it cannot really be anything anyone would like. There are some limitations to these possibilities and knowing how broad some categories can be, customization is pretty restrictive in places. However, house artisans in popular stores try their best to stay loyal to the specific descriptions of the buyers so that the output meets the expectations of the buyers. The process of customization is a long one and goes through all the stages of consulting, drafting and designing. There are some shapes that some sellers are not comfortable making. So, those are rejected right up front. Others are taken in and made the best of.
What about the Choices of Metals?
Most sellers are open about giving their customers metal choices in a design. However, it is karat where things get a little tricky. You can choose any kind of metal available to the seller to craft a piece of jewelry of a particular design, but the karat has to be a suitable kind. For example, a request to craft diamond jewelry with 22K gold will be turned down because to set gemstones, artisans require at least 18K gold or less.
Can I Ask My Jeweler to Custom Fit a Stone of My Choice?
That would be an enthusiastic yes. You can choose any stone you like and of any color you desire, and they will custom fit it to the design. Anything of the required size can be made to fit into the piece as asked.