Client wanted a necklace with the 3 main religious symbols, i.e the cross, the crescent and the star. After positioning symbols on this sterling silver hammered torc, each was simply cut out.
In this case, client provided us with 2 bands : one in yellow gold and the other one in white gold with 9 diamonds. We decided to open and to weld the 2 rings making it into one…
Client gave us this beautiful black star saphire for a ring project. We then designed this ring in 18kt pink gold which meets with client’s objective of being unobtrusive
Modèle Jez Debugey PASSION ÉLÉGANCE II réalisé avec un diamant rond fourni par les clients.
Thanks to Jez Debugey’s customization approach, you can choose the gem stones you like, the metal and even suggest a drawing to us. Below are a few pictures of various available gem stones : select the ones you like, and we will either create a unique piece just for you or transform an existing family piece to include other gem stones. Of course other possibilities may be suggested to you (prices upon request) You may enjoy photos below explaining our work.
This man’s ring has been made using old family rings and gold theerfore passing on family heritage ! The beautiful blue saphire has simply been included in the metal, with no other artifice. Simple and easy to wear, it is quite elegant.
The client wanted to moderize this family ring, but without changing its spirit (see picture ring before its transformation). We decided to switch the ring head : now it is perpendicular to her finger and she loves it !
With the gold that the client brought us, we made this ring which comprises a high squared ring, in the middle of 2 large gold bands on each side.
After cleaning and assessing the solidity of this family piece, we changed the central stone which had been broken and too big. We selected a spessartite garnet not very known but showing a beautiful orangy and warm color. It provides the ring with a new modern look, more contenporary.
This ring is a special order based on the same design as the lattest ring in the Metal&Sens Collection, called Bicolore. It is made in sterling silver, but only in a shiny finish and we have added a beautiful moon stone whose curve match exactly the ring’s curve. Quite spectacular, no ? And keep in mind you may order this ring in the finish that you would like
This design was a real technical challenge : the client who provided us with the 3 peals, wanted them to be “free” on the ring. Therefore we designed this system where each pearl is maintained by a kind of thread but the pearls are neither glued nor drilled : they move a bit inside their own cavity ! challenge met and client satisfied !
These wedding bands have been made by using an existing model. They both include a stone on each of side of each ring : for he the band is made into brushed mat silver and has 5 diamonds and one ruby, and for she, the ring is in shiny silver and has 4 diamonds and 2 rubies.
During the June exhibit in Paris 15th with other craftspeople from the Association “un Jour Un Artisan” last June, a young woman contacted us and brought an unmounted stone in order to make a ring for it. With the stone she provided, a vivid beautiful light blue color, although a synthetic piece, she wanted an airy and contemporary design. So we adapted one of our designs, and made it in sanded silver. Although the stone is large and the woman petite, it is extremely becoming and flattering on her ! See the result !
For this sizeable and very well carved 144g malachite, supplied by the client, the need was felt to find the way to make this beautiful stone sublime, adding no more than the support system as its beauty, its nuances of green and airy grain spoke for itself. We chose to sustain the malachite with a double frame in yellow 18k gold at the back, allowing for the insertion of the double leather strap. The stone is held in place by 6 asymmetrical claws, which put the stone sideways, giving a dramatic effect! The necklace really highlights this exceptional malachite, in a very pure design. Herebelow some of the pictures detailing…