How to price a diamond with a price list?

Today we will try to understand that price lists are usually produced or two types of diamond shapes:

  • For Round cut diamonds
  • For Pear shaped diamonds

Now, the Pear shaped diamond price list is also used a lot o times for other fancy cut diamonds. Fancy cut diamonds are basically diamonds like the princess cut diamond, the oval cut diamond, the emerald diamond, the heart diamond and so on and so forth!

Fancy shaped Diamonds

In case of other fancy shaped diamonds (apart from the pear shaped diamond) you need to pay special attention to the cut of a stone.

The diamond price list is mainly presented by Rapnet. There you will also be able to find the up-to-date diamond price list. This price list is presented in a table where the values are organized by carat weight color and clarity.

Step 1 in looking at the diamond price list

Before we actually get into the nitty gritty details there is one little thing I still need to mention: You should have a diamond grading report when looking at diamonds. Without it you will be lost and you will not be able to estimate a diamond’s price properly. But in order to do that you will definitely need a diamond grading report!

We recommend to go for a diamond grading report by either GIA or AGS.

The first step is to determine the diamond shape that you want to buy. You have to know your diamond shape to be able to look at the right price list. Only then will you be able to have a look at the most appropriate diamond shape.

Usually, it comes down to the decision between a round cut diamond and another fancy cut diamond

What you also need to be aware of is that diamond prices differ according to to the diamond shape.

Round cut diamonds are the most expensive diamond shape if you look at it per carat weight. You get the most carat weight per dollar for princess cut diamonds. It is also for this reason that princess cut diamonds have recently become so popular!

Step 2 in using a diamond price list

Now, you have to determine the carat weight of the diamond. In order to do so you will simply have to look at the diamond grading report into the carat weight section.

You then have to find the section that responds to the carat weight of your own diamond. If for instance your diamond has a carat weight of 1.26ct you will most likely have to look into the 1.00ct – 1.49ct section of the diamond price list.

One quick tip to save more money: You can save a considerable amount of money by getting a diamond that is just below the threshold to the “next level”. For instance if you were able to get a diamond with 0.99ct it would be considerably cheaper than a diamond with exactly 1.00ct.

The reasons for these sudden price jumps are purely psychological of course. Many people want to buy a diamond that has 1.00ct or 1.5ct and it is for this particular reason that people will try anything to get these particular diamonds.

If you are not like that and you are fine with buying a diamond with say 0.99ct or 1.49ct you can save a whole lot of money.

Now, to be really honest with you: It will be a challenge to find such diamonds anyway. Because it is a very well known fact that diamond cutters will try to cut diamonds on purpose in such a way that they just make it above these psychological marks.

In fact, many diamond cutters will even sacrifice the diamond cut in order to get the diamond above certain thresholds. It is just a sad truth that the average diamond consumer just pays more for certain carat weights!

Step 3 when using the diamond price list

Now, you will have to find the quality grade of your diamond and find the corresponding price!

There will be two scales you will need to check for every table. The one is the scale for diamond color and the other one is the scale for diamond clarity! Both must match the diamond characteristics of your own diamond!

You can see an example of a Rapaport Diamond Price List below. You can enlarge the image by clicking on it:

Rapaport Diamond Price List ExampleIf you then match the diamond color and clarity together you will find the price that you should pay for this particular diamond.

Step 4 when using the Rapaport price list

Now you will have to do a simple calculation.

You will have to multiply the price per carat by the carat weight that your diamond has. This way you will end up with the correct diamond price that you should pay for a diamond with these specific 4C parameters!

This way you don’t end up paying too much for your diamond!

We recommend that you use the diamond price list every time before making a purchase!

About Gold Metal Allergies

When you want to wear jewelry, finding that you have a metal allergy can be truly frustrating. When my eight-year-old daughter, Katie, decided to get her ears pierced, she was so excited. Since I am allergic to nickel, we chose earrings labeled hypoallergenic “nickel free” to reduce the risk of allergic reaction.

She didn’t even flinch when the earrings went in, and she had a blast picking out fancy earrings. Much to our dismay, a few days later her ears were more irritated than they should have been, and after a few weeks it was apparent that her ears were not healing. When we removed the studs to let her ears heal, we found that the earring backs had actually eaten away layers of her skin. It was awful.

In researching, I was chagrined to find that when it comes to mass manufactured “hypoallergenic” earrings labeled “surgical steel” or “nickel free” in most cases only the post that goes through the ear is hypoallergenic. They can be labeled hypoallergenic earrings when in fact the backs and fronts that lay against the skin are base metal and not at all “nickel free”. As a jeweler, I am extremely conscientious about being sure that my earrings are safe to wear for the vast majority of people.

What is Metal Allergy?
Gold Metal Allergy SymptomsMetal allergy is a common occurrence, especially in people who wear pierced earrings. Symptoms of metal allergy, if you are indeed allergic, such as redness, itchiness, and localized swelling usually appear within 6 to 24 hours after close contact with certain metals.

Allergies that occur when wearing jewelry are most often a contact dermatitis called “nickel allergy”. It can happen at any age and people react differently to nickel depending upon their nickel sensitivity. It is estimated that 10% to 20% of the population is allergic to some degree to nickel.

What Casues Nickel Allergy?
Jewelry nickel allergies are caused by trace amounts of the nickel in jewelry dissolving in moisture to form salts. Bathing, washing your hands, or sweating while wearing jewelry containing nickel, can transfer the nickel salts to your skin causing irritation if you do indeed have a have nickel allergy.

Another common problem for jewelry wearers, and one for which many people mistake metal allergies is red and itchy skin due to detergent or other chemical residue becoming trapped between jewelry and the skin. The problem might be solved with rinsing, but it is smart to remove your jewelry before using chemicals and cleaners.

What About Gold and Silver?
It is rare in the extreme to have an allergy to gold or silver. However, pure gold and silver metal are too soft to be useful on their own. Jewelers mix small amounts of zinc, copper, and or nickel into the pure gold and silver to form alloys such as 14 Karat gold and sterling silver in order to make metal hard enough to retain its shape and be durable.

Which metals make the best hypoallergenic earrings?
For people with a metal allergy, it is possible to wear jewelry, you just have to be aware of the severity of you allergy and what metals work for you.

The vast majority of people can safely wear:

  • 24 karat gold
  • 18 karat gold
  • 14 karat gold
  • 14 karat gold fill
  • Sterling silver
  • Fine silver
  • Niobium
  • Titanium
  • Aluminum

Some people are just extremely sensitive when it comes to metals. If you find that you are unable to wearGold and Silver Jewelry sterling silver, which can contain a very small amount of nickel, try going to fine silver or 14 karat gold. If those still bother you, try gold only and up the karat amount to 18 karat gold. Pure gold is 24 karats and is very soft so it will be rare to find 24k gold jewelry, as well as pricey.

If you find you cannot wear gold or silver alloys and still want to wear jewelry, consider trying niobium, titanium, aluminum, platinum or palladium. Allergies with these metals are very rare, however a small percentage of people do have a titanium allergy, which is altogether different from nickel allergy.

If you want to know more about nickel allergies please check out the post below from webmd:

Plus Size Wedding Jewelry

Looking for plus size wedding jewelry? You’ve found the place. At Lucklaw Silver Jewelryf we offer all of our styles in a wide range of custom sizes from flower girl jewelry to plus size bridal jewelry.

Women we come in a multitude of beautiful shapes and sizes, each one of us unique. The main stream tends to cater to smaller sized women, however for those of us with a more generous shape, plus size fashions are becoming more abundant is style and variety. People can forget that the accessories that set off your ensemble and make it uniquely you need to come in plus sizes too.

No one likes to spend time adjusting and readjusting clothing that is just made to fit a smaller frame. To be comfortable in your own skin, you need to be comfortable in what your skin is wrapped in. The same goes for your jewelry. When you buy jewelry you want to achieve a specific look. The drape of your necklace and the place where it rests on your body is key in creating the desired effect. For example, if you really want a princess style necklace that rests freely at your collarbone, you will be none to happy to find it pulling at your neck like a choker.

At Lucklaw Silver Jewelry you can order jewelry not only perfectly matched to your gown in color and style, but also perfectly matched to your shape and size. For help in finding a great fit in a plus size bracelet, go to our page on Measuring Bracelet Size Help

For help in creating the desired effect in a plus size necklace, please visit our Necklace Size Chart.

Tips on ordering plus size wedding jewelry

  • First, whatever anyone else’s opinion, wear what feels good. When you feel confident in what you are wearing it shows.

  • Very small or delicate jewelry can tend to get “lost” on a larger person. This is not to say that if your taste runs to simpler jewelry that you should wear something too large or flashy for your comfort zone. Try jewelry that is simple but includes a few larger elements. A necklace or earrings that are made up of a few small beads may indeed get “lost” on you, but a similar necklace that uses just a few slightly larger beads may be just the thing.

  • If you have a thicker or shorter neck, in general, a princess or matinee length necklace will be more flattering that a choker that call direct attention to the width of your neck.

  • If you have a tendency toward ample cleavage, you may want a necklace that pulls the focus higher such as a princess or choker. Be sure that if you choose a matinee length or a drop necklace that it falls above, not into, your cleavage.

Whatever you choose, be sure your jewelry makes a statement that says, “Here I am, and I am beautiful.”

If you have any questions please reach us via our contact page.

The Diamond 4Cs and more

At Lucklaw Silver Jewelry we offer you the the greatest silver jewelry you can find anywhere.

For really great jewelry however there has to be a diamond of course!

In our diamond section we want to show you how you go about buying a diamond and what you have to pay attention to!

What are the diamond 4Cs?

Look at the these diamonds:

Rapaport Diamond Price List ExampleCan you see any difference between them?

One obvious difference is apparently the size which comes down to the carat weight.

But do you really know which diamond has a higher value?

Of course, you don’t!

This is what the diamond 4cs are for. These are important diamond grading parameters that basically tell you about the overall quality of a diamond.

The diamond 4Cs consist of the diamond cut, the carat weight, the color and the clarity. These are all issues that we will dive into in a moment.

Without being able to quantify the quality of a diamond like that nobody would know for sure what is the value of a diamond. The diamond 4Cs therefore serve the function of making a diamond shopper feel more at ease.

The diamond Cut

The diamond cut is the most misunderstood of all the diamond 4Cs. At the same time it is also the most important 4C characteristic in a diamond. This is due to the fact that it is the diamond cut that will be responsible for how well a diamond actually sparkles.

Difference in diamond sparkle according to the diamond cutWhen looking at the left diamond you can see that it sparkles in a very flashy way and exhibits lots of  fire. Fire refers to the rainbow colors that you can also see reflected back from a well cut diamond.

The right diamond however hardly exhibits any sparkle which is due to the very poor diamond cut. In fact, this is a deep diamond which has a lot of light leakage. This means that the light that could have been reflected back to you simply gets lost.

The factors that make up the diamond cut are mainly the specific proportions and angles of a diamond. The two most important factors are the crown angle and the pavilion angle. If these two are aligned in a very specific way the diamond will reflect much more light and look much more sparkly and brilliant.

The diamond cut is the one thing that should not be compromised and we recommend to always choose a diamond with the best diamond cut. This means that you should go for the “Excellent” grade if it is a diamond graded by GIA and for “Ideal” if it is an AGS graded diamond.

The diamond color

Another very important factor is the diamond color. The diamond color refers to the body hue that a diamond exhibits.

Of course you would think that normal diamonds don’t have any color but simply look white. This is indeed correct.

However there are many nuances of white and usual diamonds are graded from D-Z. In general it is safe to say that diamonds until J can still look white.

Diamond Color ScaleBeginning from K onwards however you can see that the diamond has a slighly brown hue that gives the diamond a warmer aura.

For some people this might be a benefit but most people prefer to have a clearly white diamond. Therefore, you will have to take a thorough look at the diamond before buying it!

The diamond carat

Diamond carat actually refers to the weight of the diamond and not the size. However, it is only natural that a diamond that weighs more also appears bigger.

It is important to know that one carat equals exactly 0.2gr. Therefore usual diamonds are not heavy at all!

One thing to keep in mind when dealing with carat weight is to be aware that diamond prices increase at certain carat spots. This is the case for instance with diamonds that cross the 1.00 ct threshold or the 1.50ct threshold.

The diamond clarity

Diamond clarity is a very important factor as it refers to how clean the diamond is on the inside.

The clarity refers to how visible the inclusions of a diamond are to the naked eye. Of course, you want to have an eye clean diamond. An eye clean diamond is a diamond in which no inclusions are visible to the naked eye.

You should always try to choose an eye clean diamond because otherwise the inclusion is going to distract massively from the beauty of the diamond.

Here you can see a diamond clarity chart:

Clarity Chart for Diamonds

Our recommendation is to go for a VS2 clarity grade.

If you are willing to do some research SI1 diamonds can also be a great deal!

Which 4C proportions to go for?

In general it is very hard to tell which 4Cs your specific diamond should have!

It is entirely a question of your budget and what you value in a diamond. Furthermore, it is also a question of whether you want to have a diamond with the best price performance or rather a premium diamond with premium features.

In particular with diamonds, paying for premium features can mean paying for features that you cannot make out with your bare eyes.

This is why we are not able to tell you exactly which diamond proportions are the best for you.

But if you want to know more about diamond related issues and receive more diamond education we recommend you to go to the diamond blog of Your Diamond Teacher:

In general it can be said that for buyers who want to get the best value for their money we don’t recommend to go better than a G color. And we also don’t recommend to go better than a VS2 clarity grade!

In our eyes these are premium features that you should not necessarily pay for! Unless of course you want to!

If you have any more questions on any of the diamond 4Cs please get in touch with us!

Illusion Jewelry

Illusion jewelry, sometimes called floating jewelry, is a beautiful new trend popular in formalwear. It gives the appearance that beads are “floating” around your neck, at your wrist, at your ears, or in your hair on a clear or thin metal strand.

Wonderful Illusion Jewelry

In illusion jewelry, beads are spaced along stringing material and held in place with either glue or crimps. Often glue is used in factory produced glass pearl multi strand pieces. Handmade floating jewelry most often uses crimps. Crimps are tiny hollow metal beads or tubes that are fastened onto the stringing material by crushing them with pliers. This holds the crimp to the stringing material, a bead, or multiple beads are strung, then a second crimp is strung and crimped to the stringing material to hold the loose beads in place.

Stringing Materials

There are several types of stringing materials that can be used in creating the illusion. These include monofilament, multi strand stringing wire, and beading chain.

Monofilament illusion cord is a single filament stringing material, similar in appearance to fishing line, except that it is not tinted but is crystal clear. It is threaded thorugh beads and attached together at the ends with crimps and a clasp. It comes in varying sizes of thickness and quality. The thicker the monofilament, the stronger is it.

Beading chain is just what it sounds like. It is a super fine chain, less than 1mm in diameter. The “upside” of beading chain is that it is manufactured in solid sterling silver or 14K gold fill. The “downside” of beading chain is that is has , compared to its stringing counterparts, minimal strength. It can break and or weaken under a crimp.

Multi strand stringing wire is basically a metal cable of ultra fine wires twisted together, then coated with a super thin layer of protection, flexibility, and added kink-resistance and tactile softness. It is a perfect choice for illusion jewelry in strength, durability and attractiveness.

About Multi-Strand Stringing Wire

Stringing wire comes in several qualities: 7 strand, 19 strand and 49 strand. It is important to understand the difference between qualities of stringing wire and which quality a jewelry is using before buying. Simply put, the higher the number of strands in the wire, the more flexible and kink-resistant it is. The nature or wire is to “kink”, or form a permanent angle when bent, that ruins the jewelry for wear.

7 strand wire is stiff and kinks very easily. It is inexpensive, but not suitable for quality illusion jewelry.

19 strand is commonly used in illusion wire jewelry, it is much more flexible than 7 strand, but be warned, it is still pretty easily kinked.

49 strand is far more costly, but is extremely flexible and much more kink-resistant lending suppleness and durability to the jewelry.

Multi strand stringing wire comes in base metal, silver and 14k gold plate and sterling silver. The base metal colors and inexpensive and can be nice for costume jewelry, but lack the richness and luster of genuine silver and gold. The sterling silver option is beautiful and lustrous, but as silver is a very soft metal, it lacks real strength. The silver and 24k gold plate options have a steel core for real strength and durability with the gorgeous luster of genuine silver and gold. They perfectly compliment sterling silver and genuine gold jewelry. In fact, the silver plate option is identical in appearance to the solid sterling silver option at a fraction of the cost to you, the buyer. The nylon coating protects and seals the silver plate making it extremely wear resistant and an excellent choice for illusion jewelry.

About Crimps

There are two types of crimps. Crimp tubes are straight-sided cylinder tubes. When tubes are flattened to a stringing material they leave a sharp pointed edge. To keep these from snagging clothing or skin they must be shaped with a special tool that bend the edges in. While effective in “taking the edge off” it looses some appeal in attractiveness. Crimp beads are rounded and can either be flattened to the stringing material to create nicely finished ends without sharp 90-degree corners.

Crimps come in varying sizes, from the ultra fine “0” at a 1.3mm diameter to the large “3” at a 3mm diameter. The smaller the crimp size, the less intrusive to the floating illusion.

Crimps are manufactured in base metal, silver and 24K gold plate, sterling silver and 14k gold fill. Not all sizes of crimp bead are available in all materials. The finest size “0” crimps are not manufactued in sterling silver or solid gold fill. However, silver plate and 24k gold plate crimps are an excellent match to their stringing material counterparts in quality and apprearance.

What Materials Go Into Our Illusion Jewelry?
At Perfect Match bridal Jewelry we are committed to creating affordable quality jewelry for you, the buyer, with the highest standards in craftsmanship. To that end we use excellent quality materials.

Beadalon sets the industry standard for quality in illusion jewelry materials. Perfect Match Bridal Jewelry uses Beadalon’s best quality products exclusively for our stringing materials and crimps.

Stringing Materials used by perfect Match Bridal Jewelry include Beadalon Supplemax monofilament, 49 strand silver plated wire, and 49 strand 24k gold plated wire.

Crimps used in our jewelry are the finest size “0” rounded crimp beads in silver and 24k gold plate to perfectly compliment our 49 strand wire and sterling silver and gold fill clasps and earring components.

How to Clean and Store Your Illusion Jewelry

Cleaning JewelryIllusion jewelry should be cleaned with a soft cloth with warm water and dish soap or a polishing cloth such as a Sunshine Polishing Cloth (can be purchased at a local bead store or online). Do not soak multi strand stringing wire in chemical tarnish cleaners as they may adversely effect the nylon coating. If tarnish builds on clasps or other incorporated findings a polishing cloth is the preferred method of removal. If it is light tarnish good old fashioned toothpaste(not gel)and a toothbrush are a good, mild tarnish remover.

Illusion jewelry should be stored clasped and hanging freely or flat with no weight on it. Placing a heavy object on illusion jewelry can cause kinking. Never throw it in a bag and go. To transport necklaces coil them in no smaller than a 3″ diameter coil, then place in a jewelry packaging(gift) box. Necklaces and bracelets should be clasped closed when storing or transporting. Earrings can be stored in a jewelry packaging box or zip lock jewelry bag, but to avoid kinking or creating unwanted small curves in the wire be certain they are not crowded next to or under other jewelry.

It Pays to Know Before you Buy

Before purchasing illusion jewelry it pays to know what materials are being used. The quality of materials the jeweler chooses to implement will greatly effect your experience and satisfaction with your purchase. If a jewelry is not openly advertising the specifics of their materials it is best not to make assumtions. A quick email or phone call to enquire about materials specifics is worth making.

Often illusion jewelry is purchased for a special occasion or to coordinate with a special ensemble and getting it the way you want it is important. You, the buyer deserve the security of knowing that your jewelry will be well crafted, comfortable, easy to wear, durable, and beautiful.
Interested in finding that perfect illusion jewelry for your special day? Click this link to view our jewelry collections.

Gold Jewelry Explained

Whether you are shopping for gold wedding jewelry or that special gold piece for everyday wear, I hope this little synopsis will be of help in making the best gold buying decisions for you.

All kinds of Silver Jewelry

There are a multitude of processes for using metals in jewelry. It is no wonder that the average person may not understand the difference between types of gold. Unless you are a real jewelry aficionado or a student of jewelry design you may be somewhat in the dark. When shopping the jewelry scene you will see a spectrum of products that include genuine gold. If you are buying, it is good to have a basic idea of how much actual gold is used in a piece and how it is applied so you can better estimate its intrinsic value and wearability. Here is a quick layman’s guide to gold in jewelry.

Gold in Karats

Pure gold is very soft. It easy to bend, dent, or convolute. Because of its softness we often add a stronger metal to gold to make it more practical for use. Gold is measured in karats, and is always measured on a scale of 24. A piece of 24 karat gold is pure–it contains no other metal. The advantage of this is in its value (presently at over $1100 an ounce) and pure yellow gold color. The drawback, as stated previously is that is has little strength and must be treated with kidd gloves.

When gold is blended with other metals such as silver, copper, and nickel, we get gold alloys. 18K gold contains 18 parts gold and 6 parts other metal. 14K gold contains 14 parts gold and 10 parts other metals. 10K gold contains 10 parts gold and 14 parts other metals. In the United States an alloy must be at minimum 10karat, or 10 parts gold, in order to be considered genuine gold. The advantage of a gold alloy is in its durability. Generally the higher the alloy content, the stronger it is likely to be. The drawback is that it has less intrinsic value and the color is less pure.

Gold Filled

Next is “gold filled” or sometimes referred to as “Rolled Gold”. This should not be confused with gold plating (though that is often the case), which will be explained later in this article. The name Gold filled is actually quite misleading. It sounds and though another metal is “filled in” with gold. Actually it is just the reverse. A core of semi precious metal – often brass or silver, is permanently bonded with extreme heat and pressure to create a thick outer layer of gold. Any karat value of gold can be used and the piece. The advantages of gold filled jewelry are that you get a look identical to solid gold that cannot flake off, added strength and durability, and it can be purchased at a fraction of the price. By law the layer of karated gold has to be at least 1/20 of the total weight of the metal portion of the piece of jewelry, whereas there is no legal requirement for gold plating. There is an average of 100 times more gold in gold fill than in gold plating. Gold fill is an excellent choice ofr gold wedding jewelry.

For more information go and check out or the World Gold Council

Gold Plating

Gold PlatingGold plating, sometimes called gold dipped, is a method of depositing a thin layer of gold onto the surface of another metal, most often copper or silver, by using chemicals or chemicals and electricity. The advantage of gold plating is that you can get a gold look very inexpensively. The drawbacks are that is has minimal durability.The base metal can in time (months to years) begin to diffuse into the gold layer, causing slow gradual fading of its color and eventually causing tarnishing of the surface. If your gold wedding jewelry will be used specifically for the big day or for special occasion use, plating is usually fine, however it is not recommened for everyday wear jewelry.

Gold Leaf

Gold leaf is an alloy of 22 carats gold and 2 carats silver, beaten by machine to a thinness of 1/8000 mm to 1/10,000 of an inch to create super thin sheets of real gold foil. This foil can be applied to jewelry with the use of friction and an agent called gold size that acts as a sort of glue. The advantage of gold leaf is the genuine luster of real gold. The drawback of gold leaf is that it has little intrinsic value in comparison with its more substantial gold cousins, and it can easily flake off.

Our Entire Collection

On this page we want to show you our entire collection of Silver Jewelry that we offer:

Flotsam JewelryFLOTSAM – This range of jewellery is made from sterling silver. The surface has been carefully manipulated to make it look like wooden twigs with knot holes. The inspiration comes from the wonderful twisted and smoothed wood found on the seashore. All catches and earring hooks are handmade. There is a wide variety of items available, but if you think of something else you’d like with this design just let us know.

IVY – These wonderful ivy leaf pieces are made of pure silver (PMC+) leaves with strong sterling silver findings and a handmade catch, or ear hooks. The ivy leaves recall a crisp autumnal day. The shine of each leaf reflects the sky and the environment around the wearer, the beauty of nature and jewellery are perfectly combined.

Daisy JewelryDAISY – These pure silver daisy designs are handmade in PMC+. All catches, findings, and earring hooks are handmade in sterling silver. These are a permanent memory of summer, and of childhood as they recollect the daisy chains of younger years. Playful enough for everyday wear and elegant enough for a smart occasion.

Hands JewelryHANDS – this section contains a wide range of the rings handmade by Lucklaw Silver. All rings can be ordered in your own size (we send out ring sizers for free should you not know your size). There are many rings available for men – pick any style you wish and it can be sized accordingly. Rings are often commissioned for engagements, weddings, and many other reasons. All commissions will be given personal attention – we look forward to discussing your design ideas.

EARS – our next section covers the wide range of earrings we design and make. There are long dangling earrings, short shiny earrings, delicate leaf designs, bold flowers and many others. If you fancy something a bit different please get in touch – we make silver earrings with gold hooks too if required. Or if you love a style but would prefer a different size – we can happily make items to your own specifications.

Wrists JewelryWRISTS – here you can find all our adornments for the wrist. Bangles, bracelets and cufflinks. As you’ve come to expect from Lucklaw Silver all items can be made to order. To see some of our requested items please have a look at the Commissions – larger items for men are readily available. All chains can be made to order in any length or thickness. If you’re looking for a simple gift the charms are often put onto wrist cords making a delightful present for young or old, male or female.

Neck JewelryNECK – all jewellery related to the neck will be found here. Pendants, charms, talismans, necklaces and torcs. If it can be worn round the neck Lucklaw Silver will probably have a design to suit you. If you require a different chain, chain length, ribbon colour, or leather thong please let us know. Pendants are a frequently requested commission and can often be quickly produced for those in a rush. Charms come in over 50 different designs – if you can’t find what you want just ask – 99% of the time we can make it!

Other adornmentsOTHER ADORNMENTS – In this section you will find the other delightful items that Lucklaw Silver produces; keyrings, charms, plectrums and anything you can imagine.

Commission JewelryCOMMISSIONS – here you can see a selection of client commissions. There is a cuff, engagement rings, bracelet, earrings, cufflinks, silver plectrum and simple talisman pendants. These images are shown to give some idea of the range of commissions which Lucklaw Silver undertakes. If you are intersted in commissioning a piece, large or small, please drop us an email or give us a call and we’ll be happy to discuss your personal requirements.