Hannah Blount Jewelry would be happy to help bring your custom creation to life, and breathe fresh air into your heirloom stones! In general we prefer to source our own gems to ensure their quality, that said we can work with yours on a case-by-case basis.
Custom projects are a collaborative experience, working hand-in-hand with Hannah and the studio team. Please keep in mind that custom projects are handmade and unique – with that comes an organic element to the process, and things never come out exactly as expected. We’re eager to accommodate your vision within the HBJ aesthetic!
Please take a moment to let us know a little more about your custom dreams by clicking here. The HBJ studio is currently accepting custom projects to for Spring 2017.
The Fine Print…
We offer complimentary, half-hour design consultations in our Boston studio. Please note that custom projects require 2 to 3 months for design and completion from date of deposit; we cannot accept custom project requests from August to December. Typically, a 50% deposit and signed contract is required upon estimate approval. Please note that custom and bespoke pieces are non-refundable, non-exchangeable as they are designed for you and only you. Hannah Blount Jewelry is not liable for loss or any damages to your stones during the design process.
Love an HBJ piece but want to add a personal touch? The studio offer bespoke options to most pieces from our permanent collections (Vanity not included). Bespoke alterations incur an additional 25% fee to their base price, plus cost of alteration-labor and materials. Please contact the studio directly for inquiries and further details. Please note that bespoke altered pieces are non-refundable, non-exchangeable.
Bespoke vs. Custom
Our bespoke options are studio-approved alterations to existing HBJ designs, whilst custom orders are designed from the ground up. This requires much more communication time, as well as trial and error, than a bespoke alteration. Request a custom piece from Hannah Blount Jewelry by clicking here.