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SHERRY JEWELLERY has been designing and making high quality precious jewellery for 25 years. Our designer makers are Fellows of the Institute of  Professional GoldsmithsWe are known for our craftsmanship and exemplary service, to both discerning and regular clients.
Specialising in bespoke diamond engagement rings and made to order jewellery.

See what our clients say after using us

"What if I don’t like it?"


Well because of the way we work, this one will have been covered at stage 2 of our 3 step process (see 3 stage process). The way we work quite simply removes the worry. But, if it’s not right in some detail, it’s not a problem to adjust.

"I have an idea for a piece of jewellery, but can’t see anything like it in the shops. If I describe it to you, can you make it for me?"

Yes . This is a frequent request for us. Just contact us and we’ll start the 3 stage process.


"Do I have to pay a deposit?"

Yes, a design fee of £195 and then a non-refundable deposit of 50% once you are happy with your design and wish to have it made.

"How long will it take?"

About 2 to 4 weeks depending on your requirements.


"I bought a loose stone on holiday, can you design some jewellery around it?"

Yes, being a bespoke maker we’re used to this type of request. We can even set usually proportioned stones, (which gems bought abroad, often are.) Unusually cut, or over-deep stones, are frequently sold in this way, to those unaccustomed to buying loose stones. Although this type of stone can limit some design possibilities, we can nearly always create something to suit.

"Can you use the gold from a loved one’s ring and incorporate it in to my wedding ring?"

Yes. The gold can be melted down and be reformed into something that you’d be happy to wear. The process can be quite labour-intensive, so you won’t necessarily save money, but you will be wearing the original gold.

Making an enquiry is easy using our e-design service

Particpant in the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme British Jewellery Association Member Registered with the Birmingham Assay Office Fellow of the Institute of Professional Goldsmiths
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