Crafting Timeless Heirlooms: The Art of Bespoke Jewellery with Elizabeth Terzza

Creating your very own heirloom is a magical experience!

I'm passionate about designing bespoke jewellery that captures the essence of your most cherished memories and meaningful moments. Let me tell you a little bit abut what to expect before we embark on our collaborative journey, weaving your unique story into contemporary treasures.


 It starts with a simple idea.

Your ideas are the true gems and always the best starting point. To start your bespoke journey, send me a selection of images that really speak to you or photos of jewellery that you love. This helps me understand your personal style so that I can create perfectly tailored designs.

We can set up a phone or video call to talk about your ideas (or we can keep our conversations quieter via emails if your bespoke idea is a surprise gift). If you are local to Harrogate or Hereford, you can book an appointment to meet and and discuss ideas in person.

I do have a waiting list for bespoke work, so as soon as your design booking is paid, I can secure a date and start bringing your vision to life.

Get in touch via email (, Instagram, or fill in a simple form here.



The design is in the details.

This is where the magic unfolds. With your inspiration as my guide, I meticulously sketch designs that fuse your ideas, personal style, and practical considerations. Elizabeth Terzza heirlooms are designed to withstand the test of time.

You'll be presented with a couple of design concepts, accompanied by expert advice. Paying attention to every detail, I invite your feedback to refine the design further. Together, we will explore stone sizes, settings, metals, and styles until we create a design that truly resonates with you.

Once you're satisfied with the final design, you'll receive a payment link, allowing you to conveniently choose between paying the total amount upfront or splitting it into manageable instalments. As soon as the payment is received, I will source the finest materials and commence the meticulous process of creating your beautiful jewellery.

Leave the artistry to me.

With your approval and trust, I get to work bringing your design to life. Creating your bespoke piece of jewellery could involve processes such as carving, forging, casting and texturing.

Please note that the time required for each design may vary, and I will always discuss the timeline with you before commencing the crafting process.

At every stage, meticulous attention to detail and care is dedicated to each piece, both by myself and my small team of expert artisans. We craft jewels to the utmost quality standards, ensuring they can be treasured for generations to come.

Et viola!

When your bespoke creation receives its final polish, I will reach out to you to arrange delivery or collection. Your jewellery will be presented in a charming Elizabeth Terzza jewellery box, lovingly packaged with eco-friendly materials. If the jewellery is intended as a gift, I'm more than happy to send it directly to your loved one, accompanied by a personalised note.


Get in Touch

Do you have dreams beautiful jewels made especially for you or a loved one?

I can't wait to hear your jewellery ideas and I'm happy to answer any questions you may have. Message me via email (, Instagram, or by filling out a simple form.



Here's what one of our delighted customers had to say about their bespoke experience:

“From the moment I asked Beth to design and make a ruby wedding anniversary ring for my wife she was a delight to work with! She is very collaborative and involved me at every stage in deciding the preferred design, type of gold, size and grade of ruby, etc. Beth doesn't advise, as such, she presents you with options and allows you to decide, which I really liked! The end result has been universally admired and, most importantly, my wife loved it! Beth is not only a wonderful jeweller, but also a lovely person to work alongside. You will not be disappointed!”

– Bruce.


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