Our hand-drawn bespoke jewellery designs
At Calla Lily, the bespoke experience begins with a conversation. We take the time to sit with you and learn about your personality and dress styles, your likes and dislikes, and we’ll draw sketches until something catches your eye. The next step is to draw a few different options for you to choose from and we’ll tweak the option you like until it’s just what you’re after. Then we’ll work towards the final detailed drawing, in full colour, so you can visualise what the coloured gemstones and diamonds, and gold work will look like in real life.
In this post, you’ll be able to see a selection of the final drawings we provided to our clients for their bespoke jewellery pieces, and we’ll show you pictures of the final pieces too!
Our client commissioned this blue fireworks inspired piece for her wedding. The modular design can be worn as studs or together with dangles. The original drawing is shown above and the final piece below.
An ode to botany – this drawing below is the final design we gave to our client. A pink Spinel perched on a monstera leaf, set on an art-deco frame.
Below you can see the final piece, which can be worn as a ring or brooch.
Below, are sketches of the three options we drew for our client with the theme of joyful and empowered! We design jewellery looking for the right emotive response. This is part of our gemstone curation process, with exquisite coloured gemstones from the finest gem cutters.
Our client decided to go with option 2 “floating ribbon”, with strong and bold curves in a playful setting.
Above, the final piece, it’s as though the light radiates and scintillates when you look up into the sun, as the movable dangles flow with you.
Below, coloured drawings of the Midnight Moonstone Ring, specially designed for our client.
Below, the final piece, the undefinable billowy sheen of the moon, glistening in a midnight sky, by the dark sea waves, amid reflections of floating stars.