Seaworthy Custom Work From
CUSTOM WORK IS CLOSED UNTIL NOVEMBER 2021 (forms submitted before then will not be reviewed until October - Thank you so much for your patience!)

Thank you for your interest in creating a custom piece with our designer, Marisa Howard. This form will provide basic information for the initial meeting. More details will be collected and provided during the first in-person or virtual appointment. The initial meeting is complementary to determine if the project is a good fit for both parties.

Please note: All custom projects start at $1000 for bands/$2000 for rings with stones and the price goes up from there. A deposit of $500 will be collected to begin design work (sketches, wax models, etc) after the first meeting with the designer. This deposit will be applied to the final amount due but is non-refundable once work has started. All custom/one-of-a-kind rings with stones (even heirloom stones) start at $2000 - more detailed pricing info will be provided during the consultation process. Custom designs are time consuming and labor intensive, please anticipate 12 to 14 weeks for a completed piece. Design changes may add additional time.

The final amount will be determined based on the time and materials required to create the final piece. The amount will be discussed when the design ideas are finalized.

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NAME, EMAIL, PHONE NUMBER *
TYPE OF PIECE *
METAL CHOICE *
METAL CARAT (Please indicate 14k, 18k, etc) If you have existing metal to repurpose, what carat is it? *
What is your budget? *
USE AN EXISTING SEAWORTHY DESIGN? IF SO, WHICH ONE? *
Tell me a little about your personal style. Which designs from the Seaworthy collection do you like? Do you want something minimal, statement, etc?
Any other design elements that are important to you?
What stone would you like to use? (type, size, shape, number of stones, colors, etc) *
If you have heirloom stones or metals to use: Has the jewelry been appraised? Have the stones been assessed for structural integrity?
Any other information that you think would be helpful? *
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