This item was a one-off, bespoke piece made for a customer. If you wish to have your own piece made by Jodie, please contact her via the 'Talk to Jodie' button.
A bespoke ring in this style will start at £6000. Opting for higher carat and quality gemstones and metal will increase the price accordingly.
The Bespoke Story
"Nick came armed with a Pinterest board of ideas he had painstakingly copied from a board his partner Rads had created so she wouldn’t know he’d saved it! We identified the key themes and design features and used that as a starting point for our own design.
We settled on this oval diamond centrepiece with a mixed cut cluster on each side to give a floral, contemporary feel. Further sparkle hits the side view with a hidden halo.
Nick really wanted to honour Rads’ Indian heritage and so we came up with a Gujarati mehndi inspired design to be hand engraved on each side of the ring.
The angle of each diamond, the placement of each claw, the tiniest detail of the engraving… all painstakingly chosen by Nick for the love of his life. There is nothing more romantic than a bespoke engagement ring.
To top it all off, he planned an incredible weekend, leaving instructions for friends to decorate their home for his proposal while they were out, ensuring the moment would be captured. He then had a surprise party lined up with all their friends and family after he popped the question."
Cluster Engagement Rings
Originating in the late 17th century, these rings gained prominence for their luxurious appearance, featuring a central stone surrounded by a cluster of smaller diamonds or gemstones, creating a dazzling effect. The design symbolises unity and strength, making it an ideal representation of love and commitment.
Shipping Time: 8+ weeks
Metal Purity: Solid
Jodie Gearing is a multi-award-winning independent jeweller, renowned for her bespoke, handcrafted designs. Specializing in platinum, gold, silver, and ethically sourced gemstones, she collaborates with clients to create unique pieces that reflect their stories. Her range includes intricate to contemporary styles, all made with traditional handcrafting techniques. Committed to ethical sourcing, Jodie's creations are not just exquisite but conscientiously crafted, making each piece a distinctive work of art.
Bespoke items are non-refundable, but covered by one year of warranty.
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Jodie Gearing Jewellery Design
Jodie is a multi-award winning Bespoke Jewellery Designer based in the market town of Ampthill in Bedfordshire. She has a cosy home studio where she loves to meet her clients for face to face design consultations, but regularly works with clients all over the UK and internationally too.
With a degree in Goldsmithing, Silversmithing and Jewellery, and over 15 years of experience in designing and making jewellery, Jodie loves bringing her client's visions to life in timeless, elegant pieces that have real meaning, and can be passed on down the generations.
Jodie is passionate about the stories attached to the commissions she designs. Our resident designer takes pride in working to each client’s individual brief and can turn her hand to any style from intricate pieces, to slick and contemporary designs.
Jodie was born and raised in the Bedfordshire countryside. She had an innate love for Art and Design so pursued this avenue by moving to Canterbury to complete a Foundation Course at The University for the Creative Arts. It was here that she discovered a love of metal work and jewellery when she experimented with mixed media. Paper, fabric, masking tape and paint turned to plastics and then copper, silver and gemstones – she had discovered jewellery design!
The next steps were a degree in Goldsmithing, Silversmithing and Jewellery at The University for the Creative Arts in Rochester where she won several awards and bursaries for her creative designs. After graduating in 2009, she worked for a bespoke jeweller for a year. Here, she fell in love with the stories of the clients she worked with and relished the education part of the job – passing on knowledge of precious stones, metals and design to customers to enable them to make an informed decision.