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Vittorio’s dream as a jeweler has always been creating bespoke fine jewelry. Nothing gives him as much joy as working with clients/customers/friends to design a curated selection of made-to-order fine jewelry, specifically suited for each individual.
A custom piece embodies the unique personality of the person who wears it, as well as the style, elegance, and sophistication required in a modern fine jewelry wardrobe. Providing such personalized experience evolved naturally for Vittorio as a result of his twenty-plus years of experience in the fine jewelry industry and his keen understanding of the dynamic desires of his clients.
Made to Order precious jewelry can be accomplished in a few simple steps:
A face-to-face interaction with the Vittorio B. fine jewels team allows the customer to specify their exact desires and dreams. Custom pieces can be created in solid precious metal (with no gemstones) or mounted with pre-selected precious or semiprecious gemstones, as the customer prefers.
Using the latest technology, we create a digital model or rendering of the piece. To see an example, press click for 360º view , then rotate the 3D image using your cursor (or your finger if on a touchscreen device).
Upon customer approval, the piece is then printed in resin using a high-resolution 3-D printer. The resin piece provides the exact dimensions and proportions for the final review.
The piece is then cast with the precious metal of your choice.
Our expert team of master goldsmiths will handcraft and refine the final jewelry piece. As the craftsmen add the finishing touches and requested engraving, they ensure the piece is polished to perfection.
The one-of-a-kind piece is then ready to be worn and enjoyed for a lifetime and for many generations to come.
Please contact us to schedule an initial consultation and to start the Made to Order process today!
Using the latest technology, Vittorio B. fine jewels will create a 3-D photo-rendering of the piece.
To see an example, press click for 360º view and then rotate the 3D image by using your cursor (or your finger if on touchscreen device).