Here are just a few of the commissions and bespoke pieces I have undertaken over the last 10 years (most of them come and go before there’s time to take a nice picture).
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More recently many of the commissions involve recycling of gold, or remodelling of unworn pieces. There’s something very satisfying about making a lovely piece of jewellery using gold and stones from unworn pieces, particularly where a piece has sentimental value, perhaps inherited but just not to your taste. You just know that Granny would have approved of making it a little more contemporary so you can carry on enjoying it for years to come.
Alice’s work is highly intricate and designed with a modernist’s flare. She uses her in-depth knowledge of semi-precious stones with great imagination. She is a true professional and very easy to work with. I shall be turning to her for all of my daughter’s significant birthday’s from now on.
Having been left my grandma's engagement ring, I wanted to find a jeweller to help transform it into a modern piece of jewellery that I could wear every day.
Alice's site had been recommended and I loved the style of her collection immediately which helped when choosing a suitable design. The finished ring is exactly what I envisaged and worth the money spent!
I am delighted with my Alice Robson ring. Her designs are both elegant and contemporary and very comfortable to wear. The level of customer service was exceptional throughout the design process. I can't say enough positive things about her and have been recommending her to everyone.
Hi Alice, My wife picked up the ring from the Post Office today. I love it. It's really beautiful, certainly quirky/different and because of the setting the emerald has come to life even more. You've done a superb job. Thank you. Joel (September 2017)