My name is Jordan Eddi and I have been making custom jewelry
for people since I was 16 years old. I am now approaching 47 and I am still
making custom jewelry for the Ridgewood community and surrounding areas for the
past 27 years. As a matter of fact I have been offering my services globally
now for the past 8 years. People always seem to be fascinated when I explain to
them the custom jewelry design process. I try to make it as easy as 1,2,3.
Every piece of custom jewelry starts with an idea. Once your idea is drawn out
on a piece of paper we will do the rest.
After going over your design with you and getting all of the
details we can then start the digital design process or otherwise known as
cad/cam which stands for Computer aided design. This step allows the client to
see their design on a monitor, tablet or smart device with all of the elements
involved in the design. This gives the client the opportunity to tweak their
design if something is not to their liking. Once the mechanical rendering is
perfect we can then produce a finished computer rendering of exactly what the
jewelry will look like finished. This is an amazing tool for me and the
customer to utilize. There will never be any unwanted surprises using this
method of making custom jewelry.
Once the mechanical is approved we can then start the next
phase of the project which is producing a wax prototype to cast. We use two
methods to produce wax prototypes. First is milling for less complex designs.
Our milling technology allows us to make designs that are 100 % to spec without
loosing any detail. The second method we use is 3d printing. We use the 3d
printing method for extremely detailed small pieces of jewelry. This method is
also extremely accurate. Every line is perfect and every corner is smooth as
silk. Once the wax is ready we then proceed to cast your jewelry in your
desired metal. We cast in 10kt, 14kt,18kt gold, Platinum and Silver. Every
piece of custom jewelry we produce comes with a limited lifetime warranty
against manufactures defects. All of our custom jewelry pieces are proudly
stamped and trademarked by law. Please feel free to stop in or call us with any
questions you may have about creating your next custom piece of jewelry.
By Jordan Eddi