At Cameron Jewellery our team can work with you to design a special piece of jewellery. We work one-on-one with our customers to make sure we are creating just what you are after, and you can speak with jewellers, Peter & Sam, to understand just how your piece is made.
We still handmake every custom design, including hand setting stones, so you know your design is truly a on-off creation and work is done on-site in our workshop. We can provide all the metal and stones needed to make a piece of jewellery, or we can use what you have to create something new. We use photos, drawings and our in-depth consultation with you to make sure your new piece is exactly what you imagined. Custom pieces aren’t just rings either, we can create pendants, bracelets, earrings, brooches, cufflinks and charms just for you.
Peter Cameron has always been a great believer that prevention is the key when it comes to maintaining your jewellery. He often uses the analogy that you would never drive your car for 30 years without having it serviced, so why would you not service your jewellery?! Peter recommends having your precious pieces cleaned and checked at least once a year to avoid disaster, and suggests picking a birthday, anniversary, or some other special date to bring your jewellery in.
We offer a full clean and check service every week, and in most cases it only costs $5.00. In regards to any of our handmade pieces we will clean and check each item for no charge to ensure it is always looking it’s best. Rings with claws are the most important pieces to have checked as no one ever wants to look down and see a missing stone!
We always hope that we don’t have to provide this service, but if the unfortunate does happen then we will work alongside your insurance company to replace your missing pieces. We also understand that completing an after-loss claim on jewellery can be deeply upsetting, so we suggest making a time with us to come and sit with us and work quietly through your claim.
Making sure you have up-to-date valuations on all very special pieces and that you have photos of everything else is extremely important, so that if worst comes to worst then the process is all a bit easier to deal with.