Since a quality piece of jewelry can last a lifetime–and in some cases longer, as it’s handed down to future generations–it’s important that you’re getting exactly what you want. Worthington Jewelers is here to make sure of that.
The family-owned jewelry shop, located at 692 High St. in Worthington, has its roots in custom jewelry after opening as a custom jewelry shop over two decades ago in 2000. Today, Worthington Jewelers continues to create some of central Ohio’s best custom pieces.
At Worthington Jewelers, the custom process starts with a consultation, where clients are encouraged to bring in photos of their inspiration (if they have them), and to talk with the Worthington Jewelers team to make sure they’re getting the best piece possible.
“The process is really about getting to know who the person is and what they like, to make the piece they want,” Worthington Jewelers marketing manager Cheryl Claypoole said, “Plus, the whole process is just a lot of fun.”
All custom design clients will receive CAD and wax models to make sure they’re getting exactly what they want (this customers should set aside at least eight weeks for the entire process). The models allow customers to see jewelry in three dimensions to better understand what they feel needs to be tweaked or altered.
“That gives a chance for people say ‘That looks too big,’ or ‘Let’s make this smaller,’ all of those things,” Claypoole said.
The custom process is also popular with men, as items like meteorite or even dinosaur bone can be incorporated into a custom ring or piece of jewelry.
Worthington Jewelers can also create custom pieces that aren’t entirely from-scratch either, as older or heirloom jewelry can be altered, recreated, or even incorporated into an entirely new piece.
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