Bespoke Jewellery

Do you prefer mint green or grass green stones? Perhaps pastel or neon pink? Or rather glamorous greys, intense reds or cornflower blue stones? Your wish is our command! Every coloured stone tells a different story and together we can help find your perfect fit.

At Eva Gems & Jewels we’ve developed a way of working that’ll let you create a precious ring you'll love. Our bespoke ring service takes your jewellery wishes from idea to reality.

Each and every one of the stones is personally sourced and handpicked by Eva from her trusted network of the world’s finest under-the-radar gem dealers. This ensures you get the precious piece that tells your story.

Eva specialises in rare coloured gemstones to create made-to-order rings - offering a tailored design experience around your needs. Each bespoke ring is handcrafted with your story at heart and under Eva's meticulous eye for detail.

How it works


Complimentary Consultation Call
As a certified gemologist and jeweller, I know how important it is to understand your specific wishes. So, every project starts with a 30-minute discovery call. This is where we chat about colours, coloured stones, and what you want out of your jewel. A colourful ring for everyday wear? A showstopper of an engagement ring? Or perhaps a luxury piece that’ll take you from work to evening drinks?


Choose Your Stone
Once we know your purpose, it’s time to make the first real decisions. What gemstones would you like? In this stage, I will showcase various colour stones from my collection. I’ll guide you along the way with gemological insights, style recommendations and advice so that we can find the stone that sizzles for you 💥


Design Your Dream Ring
When you have chosen your one-of-a-kind stone, I will show you several models from our ring menu that will highlight your stone and bring all your wishes together into tangible sketches and a 3D-rendering. This way you can view the jewel from all angles, and get a good sense of the end result.


Craftsmanship Begins!
Then it’s time for our goldsmith to begin breathing life into your design and handcrafting your very own piece of fine jewellery. On average, it takes about 6-8 weeks to complete the (engagement) ring.

Just take note that if there are stones to source and view, and multiple rounds of design, then three months is actually comfortable. But the actual making of a ring takes about six weeks of that. 


Your Finished Piece!
And then the big moment is there, your ring arrives in sparkly perfect colours ✨ Your ring is delivered in person via an appointment, so maybe we’ll meet soon, or via insured shipping (complimentary shipping within the EU). Time to finally unleash your colour!

I was impressed with Eva's gemstone and style advice, can-do attitude and exclusive sources of fine-quality, rare gemstones.
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Our Values


We adore the colourful world of gemstones and over the years we have crafted a list of values that have guided us.

🔒 Expertise You Can Trust
Eva, a certified gemologist, personally hand-picks your stone ensuring the quality and origin of your jewel.

⚖️ Fair Pricing
Eva hunts for the stones direct at the trade source and works directly with a small team to craft each jewel, to ensure a no-middleman price. 

💎 One-of-a-kind
Each stone and design is literally one-of-a-kind so, no two jewellery pieces will be alike either. 

⚒️ Quality Craftsmanship
Eva exclusively works with master goldsmiths in London and Bangkok who have worked with the world’s best fine jewellery houses.

😃 Exceptional Service
Eva will guide and assist you, from your first meeting, the design process, to the delivery (within 6-8 weeks) and aftercare of your rare coloured gemstone jewel.

Meet Eva


Join Eva in New York in the video below where she covers the different engagement ring settings you need to keep in mind when you're thinking about your big day! 

Curious to read more on fine-quality gemstones and colourful alternatives to traditional diamonds? Head over to the blog or drop me a note.