The House of McCue Jewellery Craftsmanship
We love working closely with our customers because it’s so much more than walking into a shop to purchase a product. It’s a creative journey we embark on together; getting to know you better so we can create you something truly personal.
First is the initial consultation where we discuss your ideas, thoughts, colours, and designs. Whether it’s recreating a special piece or creating something new and truly unique.
We then realise your ideas with our new, state-of-the-art 3D CAD software. You can see how your special piece will look in real life to give you a real sense of what the finished product will be like.
The Wax Model
From the 3D design, a wax model is created that will be the first realisation of your jewellery. The wax representation is a key part of the crafting, and a similar technique has been used in creating jewellery for many, many years.
Casting & Setting
Our master Goldsmiths and jewellers then set to work creating the final piece. In our in-house workshop, we melt and cast the jewellery using the wax model as a guide.
Once all the work is complete, your special piece of jewellery undergoes a rigorous polishing regime to make the metal and stones sparkle. This is where the meticulous planning, casting, setting and more all pays off, as a dazzling piece of jewellery emerges from our workshop.
Your Finished Product
Finally, we present the finished product to you. From concept to completion, all in the hands of our skilled craftspeople. We hope this is only the start of our relationship, as we love to keep in touch and work with our customers for many years to come.
Watch the bespoke jewellery process
Commision the House of McCue
We understand that sometimes you need to be discreet when designing a piece of jewellery whether it is a surprise gift or a marriage proposal for example. That’s why our concierge service is perfect. Our designer can meet you at a location of your choice. Your finished piece of jewellery won’t appear on our website without your full permission and we never disclose the price of any of our commissions.