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custom variations

When you see a design you love, you can usually order it in many metal color variations, and maybe even choose between different gemstones or personal engraving.

I try to be as detailed as possible when publishing a new design, but the truth is the possibilities can feel endless. So I will go over a few common variations you can choose from, and remember you can always contact me and ask questions about your preferences!

Metal Variations

First of all, you can usually ask for any of these metals for the jewelry design you love -

Keep in mind, the exact hues can change due to screen color differences and even change slightly between different metal castings.

White gold has a natural yellowish-gray hue. Rhodium plating is a custom addition to white metal, in order to make it absolutely gray. I prefer to use the white gold as it is with no plating - but it can always be added with an additional price!

Remember, any plating can wear off - look at the maintenance page to check out some tips on keeping your jewel's plating for longer!


Some designs can have custom engraving added to them.

Simple or short engravings can be done by hand with no extra charge.

Longer, more complex, or very small engraving requires laser machine engraving and will have an additional charge according to the length.


Most gemstone inlaid designs can have different gems in them.

The most commonly used gemstones are:

Garnet, Citrine, Amethyst, Rosequartz, Moonstone, Cubic Zircon


Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Morganite, Aquamarine, and Diamond.

The second group being more expansive than the first.

The availability of different cuts and sizes varies.

Feel free to contact me with any questions.


                                                   Always be you,

                                                            Nefertiti Batkol.


Gold hues illustrations
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