Please read all the way through this page for more information on how custom design works and to make the process run as smoothly as possible. I dedicate slots per month to custom design, as you can appreciate this work is time consuming and in order to manage all design commitments and open orders it is likely that you will be asked to join a waiting list.
I often receive messages asking if I can design and make personalised, alternative colour ways to existing designs or one-off ideas based on a customer's idea or dream...absolutely! Whether you have your own idea for a Perspex acrylic brooch, necklace, bracelet or pair of earrings or are looking for design inspiration, Little Pig Jewellery Design offer a personal and bespoke service.
In collaboration with you I can amend a current design (for instance with a change of colour engraving etc) or design a custom made piece of jewellery from scratch and keep you as closely involved in the design process as possible. Whether you have a vision of what you would like, specific colour choices or engraving preferences. The possibilities are (almost) endless and I can share images of colour options with you - if you are a frequent story watcher, you may often see colour sampling and colourful combinations of Perspex acrylics that are being used in works in progress!
It might be a special occasion or a memory that you would like to capture in jewellery or an item that I have already designed re-purposed as something with a little twist...it really is up to you!
If you would like to discuss a custom acrylic jewellery order, please contact Emma via email with as much detail as possible and include your contact information and I can take it from there. You can send rough drawings or photographs if that helps and then I will be able to discuss pricing options (please see below for the serious bit) - I look forward to working with you!
The information that is required from you in your initial email is:
1. The outline of your idea (please see further on for things that will not be possible), jewellery type and sizing
2. Specific colour or material preferences and finish
3. Details about the kind of details that are important to you and anything that you don't like