Some of my most worn and favorite designs recently have been very simple, basic pieces that I forget I'm even wearing and never take them off, even falling asleep in them.
I love this titanium and gold chain because it looks interesting with just T-shirts, which makes picking out clothes simpler--even white tees, I mean especially white tees--look cool with it. Never obnoxious.
It is a 27" continuous chain that has a 3" solid gold segment. The gold portion naturally finds its way to the bottom center since it outweighs the titanium, giving it the ability to auto-position itself most of the time.
This slim solid gold cuff has a great feel as it is thin enough to not be noticeable on the wrist. The empty hue of the 14K yellow gold paired with the sanded finish make it feel reserved but nonetheless indulgent. I've been wearing it next to other bracelets and it pairs well with our steel locking bangles like this one.
I'm very excited about our new collection of customizable wedding bands created in Black Zirconium, and think this rose gold stripe version is especially cool.
Black Zirconium is hypoallergenic, has a heavier weight than titanium, and we love the way our signature finishes add subtle depth and luxury to the metal.
The finish is created through a reaction to heat exposure that creates a ceramic-like exterior coating that is extremely hard, strong, and highly scratch resistant.
Just like the rest of our custom wedding bands created in hard metals like Titanium, Steel, and Cobalt, the quality and design of Spexton Black Zirconium rings is unmatched as we individually handcraft each one.
I love that colorful gemstones are coming into vogue, here's an example of a classic diamond halo engagement ring we created for a client using a beautiful aquamarine for the center stone. This would also look great with a blue sapphire in the center, or perhaps doing it in an all rose gold ring with a morganite in the center for a stunning, but refined pink look.
An online customer contacted us to have a custom version this vintage white gold diamond engagement ring cast in rose gold. Switching to rose gold and choosing a larger diamond created a stunning final product.
At Spexton custom jewelry we have over 50 antique and vintage diamond engagement ring styles in stock, each can be customized in your choice of gold color and center stone choice.
A customer brought in a chain link style ring in sterling silver she'd had since the 1970's, and wanted us to re-create the style in a titanium version for her soon-to-be husband.
Greg spent several days working on the mill to create the titanium version seen in the first image, and we loved it so much we started rendering the style in diamond encrusted gold versions as well.
Now all of these styles are available in our store and online, and can be customized using various metal colors, diamond placement, etc.
I wanted to wear something new for an upcoming trip to Chicago and so I worked with our bench jeweler Mike to design a beefy, heavy solid silver cuff bracelet.
The cool thing about this cuff is that it can be worn facing in or out on the wrist, as we accented the angled ends with a thick panel of yellow gold for a hit of color.
These are sweet bracelets and look good on any gender. Stop by the Spexton store to get sized, or contact us and we'll walk you through the wrist-measuring steps if you're an online customer.
We created this lovely ring using a customer's family diamond. Cast from an original antique ring mold from the early 1900's, we paired the diamond engagement ring with a vintage wedding band.
The stone in this was stunning and so we kept the finish of the ring bright white vs. adding an antiqued finish in order to really let it sparkle.
At Spexton Custom Jewelry we have over 50 different similar vintage engagement ring mountings in stock, so whether you're supplying your own stone or need us to help source one, these vintage looks are a fantastic and affordable option.