Bespoke Service


Why choose BESPOKE

Do you have a specific vision about a special piece of jewellery? Have you been looking for it but to no avail? Have you seen something you like, but some details are just not quite right? Then our Bespoke Service could be the answer!

BESPOKE equals COSTLY? Not necessarily! Here at T.L.Keith Diamonds, we are hoping to change this common misconception. This is how we can do it:

  • We cut some of our own diamonds from rough, enabling us to sell at very competitive prices. This is not a claim many other jewellers can make!
  • We obtain diamonds from major sources, cutting out any middlemen. 
  • Bespoke means we don't have to hold stock for an extended period of time and the quick turn-over allows us to work on smaller margins.
  • We are a small office-based family business without the overheads of running a shop and can therefore operate on smaller-than-usual margins for all our services. 

What we can make

It really is not an exaggeration to say 'If you can dream it, we can make it'! Our London-based master craftsmen and craftswomen on hand to turn any vision into reality, using state-of-the-art machinery as well as traditional techniques.

How it works

We would have an initial telephone consultation with you to get a general idea of what you require before scheduling a no-obligation face-to-face consultation to finalise a design. After this, we will be able to give you a firm quote on the cost of our service. If you decide to go ahead, we will require a deposit of 20% before starting the work. Along the way we will keep you updated with the progress, so if you need anything adjusted we can do it in a timely manner. We can also document the different stages of the creation of your commission. Our aim is do whatever it takes for you to walk away at the end with a smile. Why not get in touch to have a chat today? You can find our contacts here

What others have commissioned:

We have served numerous happy clients over the past, you can see some of what others commissioned here