It seems that every person has a different opinion of what personalized necklaces are. There simply is no correct answer. Still, with 35 years of experience custom designing necklaces this is one thing our artisans can agree on— if specialty necklaces were the same for everyone, then they would not be personal.
For some people an Initial Necklace is an expression of personalization. One individual may envision it with diamonds or a colored stone. Another may see it as a simple block letter, or as an ornate script font. For many, personal pendants will have a symbol or an emblem that captures spirit of faith or commitment to an idea
A mother may commission us to create her sons sports jersey number into gold, or the team emblem into a medallion along a chain. A father may visualize his daughter’s favorite teddy bear replicated into precious metal, and gift it to her to capture one of life’s special moments. A business owner may ask us to create a personalized pendant with the company logo in gold, to be given as an award for dedicated staff members or as a competitive incentive.
Some of the most sought after personalized necklaces contain written messages and names. Our artisans create wonderful Name Necklace jewelry by customizing lettering that appeals to our client’s eye. We can also duplicate your signature as it is written in your own hand. The neck is the perfect palate for a written message, and the artisans at Jewelry Designs will help you to create your own personal statement from rose, yellow, white gold, or platinum.
Whatever your version of a personalized necklace our master jewelers are up for the task. We have created personalized jewelry for thousands of satisfied customers, so we know what it takes to make you smile. Weather a simple inscription on the back of a pendant, a glistening diamond name plate or designing your own personal symbol, we have the talent and facility to create the necklace of your dreams.
We invite you to contact us online, call our office, or visit our unique gallery in Danbury, Connecticut just over the New York line where they are made.