Glistening with feminine appeal, this elusive pendant featuring an exceptional Art Deco jewel is a breath-taking piece of statement jewellery that will last beyond a century as a family treasure heirloom. Art Deco also popular as Arts Décoratifs is a style of decorative art developed originally in the 1920s in France before World War I. The style witnessed a revival in the 1960s and is a visual art featuring bold geometric and curvilinear forms that have sharply defined outlines. Art Deco style has influenced the design of fashion, fine jewellery, buildings, fashion, and even everyday objects.
Bespoke Art Deco Jewellery
This exquisite piece of jewellery has been crafted in Art Deco design and customised in white gold with pave outline metalwork. There is also a trend of natural white gold with a subtle faint yellow gold as the intense yellow gold design seems a little out of style for such art deco design. Several reputed fine jewellery makers over the years have created breath-taking pieces with art deco elements incorporated within. It has been noted in auctions that renowned jewellery makers over the years have chosen sapphires, rubies, and emeralds while designing art deco statement pieces.
The pendant design features a vivid violetish blue tanzanite in an oval modified brilliant shape with an art deco symmetrical and geometric look. Tanzanite is chosen to be the birthstone gem for the month of December, it has a unique violet-blue to greyish-violet shade and can only be found in Tanzania. This fine jewellery has been designed with a bold colour contrast between the geometric outline and the violet-blue tanzanite. The pave halo diamond surrounding the striking and magnificent tanzanite outlines the curvy shape of the oval gem with a touch of modern style with the geometric princess shape.
This bespoke design is a true inspiration and captivates the hearts of people with dazzling and richly hued gemstones. The design is versatile and has a luxurious sparkle. It can be worn as daily work jewellery reflecting the confidence and success in work. We have provided an option to dangle it with Akoya seed pearl tassels to render an elegant and classy look to be paired with any sophisticated evening gown. This exceptional design is breath-taking statement jewellery that can last beyond centuries as a family treasure heirloom. It has a striking look exuding undeniable glamour from every inch.
This engagement ring features a dazzling tanzanite gemstone that has been customised for the couple. Tanzanite is one of the most unique gems available today, featuring a one-of-a-kind greyish and violet shade. The gem in this design is unheated without heat treatment. This stunning ring is sure to make jaws drop with its mixture of colour shade and brilliance. The attractive and unique gemstone was crafted in rose gold ring which imparts warmth to the overall design.
Customised Engagement Ring
Design of the ring consists of side diamonds set beside the main Tanzanite. The couple who opted for this customised design spent time in discussing the fine details for their once in a lifetime and memorable event of their life. The gentleman tweaked the design a bit to have additional diamonds set on the sideband underneath the Tanzanite. This stunning colourful engagement ring is both classically elegant and eye-catching. Lively in colour, this tanzanite ring is surely going to attract a lot of curious onlookers.
40 years of togetherness means a significant milestone for any couple that is deeply in love with each other. Though the celebrations may be nothing like the one they had during their grand wedding, a romantic getaway trip or a simple dinner would mean a lot. There are a lot of memorable and sweet moments to reminisce on the 40th wedding anniversary. To commemorate a wonderful journey together for four decades, you can customised an anniversary jewellery gift for your loved one. It can be anything: a ring, bangle, earring, pendant or any other piece of jewellery you intend to customise to convey your love.
Ruby – 40th Wedding Anniversary
Ruby makes a regal choice for any couple that has spent 40 years with each other. This uniquely rare gem is one of the “Big Three Jewel“, it is a traditional gift for 40th anniversary. The gemstone is believed to possess an eternal flame that signifies a strong marriage and passionate love. This set of ruby jewellery has been customised for one such couple that has spent years caring for each other.
Pigeon Blood Ruby
The pendant and ring feature both pigeon blood ruby in octagon and cushion shape. The natural colour shade of the ruby is vivid and saturated red to be known as pigeon blood ruby. This precious gem is an unheated ruby without heat enhancement to improve in its colour and clarity. The starburst pendant design is completed with 4 round mint green tourmaline and four pear diamonds. The four-sided design has been decided after a series of discussions to signify the 40th year anniversary. The diamonds and tourmalines are set in white gold. The warm tone ruby has been set in yellow gold. Designed with cluster diamond and ruby, the entire customised jewellery set just makes a perfect present for a loved one.
Your beloved will surely treasure the dainty gemstone earrings crafted in yellow gold. The flower-shaped cluster features bright red rubies with sparkling diamond accents. These petite posy earrings feature an enviable design and would elevate your evening look to a whole new level. Most of all, it will always remind you of the bond that you share with your loved one with whom you decided to spend a lifetime together.
If you are looking to add sophisticated pendant jewellery to your wardrobe, then this is the perfect ruby pendant to invest in. This design features an unheated pigeon blood ruby that exhibit intense vivid red shade, with a high level of saturation. In the best quality of ruby shade, the gemstone has no overtone of orange, pink or brown. If we take a look at the overall market perspective, just 20 percent and below of fine quality rubies are considered to fall under the GRS-type, “Pigeon Blood Ruby”. It is believed that the shade of the blood that oozes out of the nose of a dead pigeon is what matches this gemstone. Though the description may sound a bit intimidating, this shade is one of the most sought after in the world of gemstones. This is simply the best shade of the ruby, recognised world wide by jewellers and experience gemstone collectors.
Customised Pendant Jewellery
This ruby pendant features pear-shaped and round brilliant diamonds surrounding the central gem. The frame is set in yellow gold provide a touch of warm tone that holds the ruby, making it a magnificent jewel of its kind. Featuring the finest ruby and diamond, this customised jewellery is bound to be worn for generations. The bold and brilliant design resembles more of a luxury gem flower lending it an heirloom appeal. We work closely with our skilled craftsmen at GIOIA in transforming individual pieces into exceptional pieces of jewellery art. Elegant and classic, this stylish ruby pendant is polished to a brilliant shine. The alluring pendant suspends from a diamond-lined bail which helps you secure it to a chain. The eye-catching design is bound to grab the attention of everybody around you.
Who doesn’t love nature-inspired fine jewellery? Inspired by the flora garden theme with Mandarin Garnet, this customised design features an unforgettable colour scheme and a flawless flow. We have created a rare beauty and masterpiece jewellery during our pursuit of uniqueness and excellence. At GOIA, we design unique pieces of fine jewellery and breathe life into them. This flora bee ring symbolises the onset of spring season when gardens come to life with splendid, vibrant colours of flowers and become a feast for bees and butterflies. There is an abundance of energy and joy in the air during the spring season. This is what this unique flora bee ring is all about. The design carries the essence of spring season which offers the promise of joy and beauty.
Flora Bee Ring – Customised Fine Jewellery
This flora bee ring is an art piece jewellery has been customised to convey a story. It would naturally become a cherished design for the wearer. The central gem used in this alluring design is Mandarin Garnet (orange) which is the birthstone gem for those born in January. The green leaves have been crafted from Tsavorite Garnet (green). The body of the bee has been designed from yellow sapphire and its lively wings have been crafted from pink sapphire. This design is nothing less than a visual treat exuding happiness and warmth from every angle.
Personalised jewellery designed with special birthstone of each family member
Customised jewellery offers you complete control over your jewellery design. You can pour your deepest thoughts and creative ideas into a design that represents the real you and style. This birthstone jewellery has an extraordinary message to convey.
Take for example, we have this pendant customised for a lady and it features an alluring aquamarine birthstone. This also features the birthstones of her parents: Spinel representing the month of August and Tourmaline representing the month of October. This personalised wedding gift to the lady from her parents for her wedding. It represents the unbreakable bond that the parents have for their daughter. It is a symbol of pure love that the parents have for their child. Plainly unparalleled, the pendant was custom designed with the initial of the person it is intended for.
Certainly, birthstone jewellery has become immensely popular. These are preferred by people regardless of age, gender or race. Each month is represented by one/two unique gemstone. Like the sapphire emerald and amethyst cluster earring, it is custom made for a lady who is inspired to customised heirloom jewellery of her family members’ birthstone. If you are new to this concept, then just check the gemstone associated with your birth month. Here are the twelve different gemstones associated with each month. The information provided is as per the official listing by the National Association of Jewellers.
The birthstone can be one of the consideration if you are looking for a proposal ring. However, there could be some restriction as the particular gemstone might not be her favourite colour, or might not be the hardest gem for daily wear. Below are different gemstone in every month of birth, and the availability of colour shades.
January – Garnet
Garnet is the gemstone that represents the month of January. It symbolizes trust and friendship. Though it is not the rarest gemstone available in the market, it does come in unique colour shades. Malaya Garnet (Pinkish Orange) is one of the rarest shades of this gemstone. Tsavorite garnet (Green) and mandrian garnet (Orange) are also desirable for their unique shades.
February – Amethyst
Amethyst is the gemstone representing the month of February. It symbolises mystery and royalty. This is basically a quartz crystal and has its origins tracing back to Greek mythology. It is a common crystal and features a purple hue. It is believed to increase one’s wealth.
March – Aquamarine
Aquamarine (Blue) gemstone represents the month of March. It symbolises purity. It is basically belongs to Beryl mineral species which is the same as Morganite(Pink). The best thing about this gemstone is that the pastel shade would blend well with your everyday outfit.
April – Diamond
Those who are fond of jewelleries are very well aware of what diamond gemstone is. It is one of the most loved gemstones and is known for its hardness. It is available in both colourless and coloured form. It also occurs naturally in shades of green, yellow, blue and pink.
May – Emerald
This gemstone represents intelligence. It is believed to be a royal jewel and is known for its vivid green colour. There are a few stones that feature a tint of blue. Emerald also belongs to the family of beryl mineral species which is the same as the aquamarine.
June – Pearl & Alexandrite
Pearl and Alexandrite the gemstones associated with the month of June. Alexandrite is known for changing its colour under different lights. It appears green in daylight and purplish red when subjected to incandescent light. It appears like emerald by the day and ruby by night. It is one of the rarest gemstone and even 1 carat can cost a premium. Though pearls are usually common, Akoyal pearl and Southsea pearl are organic gems and are quite rare.
July – Ruby
The most exotic gemstone Ruby is associated with the month of July. It is known for wisdom, love and passion. It was preferred by royalty. Ruby belongs to corundum mineral species which is the same as sapphire. It is known for its vivid pigeon blood ruby red shade.
August – Spinel & Peridot
Spinel and Peridot are the two gemstones that are associated with the month of August. Peridot features a lime green shade. Spinel was recently announced to be a birthstone for August. Mahenge Spinel has a vivid pinkish red shade and this unique gem have a variety of colour shade range from red, pink, blue to grey.
September – Sapphire
Sapphire is the gemstone associated with the month of September. It belongs to Corundum mineral species and is available in variety of colour shades. The orange-pink Padparadscha Sapphire is the rarest shade of sapphire and resembles salmon colour. Not forgetting the most desired and popular Royal Blue Sapphire shade.
October – Tourmaline
Tourmaline is one of the most colourful gemstones available today. It is popular for its wide scale of rainbow colours. The neon greenish blue shade of Paraiba tourmaline is one-of-a-kind with Brazil Paraiba being the most sought after shades.
November – Topaz & Citrine
Topaz and Citrine are the two shades associated with this month. These represent energy and healing. Topaz is commonly available in shades of blue. The imperial topaz (Yellow) is the most sought after colour.
December – Tanzanite
Tanzanite is known for its unique shade. It basically features blue, violet and greyish shade. It is slightly softer in comparison to other gemstones and hence it is prone to scratches.
Birthstone on the day
Alternatively, if you aren’t fond of your birthstone on that particular month, it is not necessary to customise a jewellery piece with your birthstone. perhaps you can look into alternative birthday gemstone based on the day of the week on which you were born.
Monday – Pearl
Tuesday – Ruby & Emerald
Wednesday – Amethyst
Thursday – Sapphire
Friday – emerald
Saturday – Diamond
Sunday – Topaz & Diamond
Contemporary Family birthstone pendant, customised in natural white gold with different birthstone of the family member. Spinel and Peridot as august birthstone and lagoon tourmaline as October birthstone. In fact, this birthstone pendant was customised from a gentleman to his mom on her birthday, which holds great sentimental value like an heirloom piece.
Beguiling and bold, this art deco ring features a sapphire gemstone in a unique shape. The rarity of the gemstone is due to its near to flawless clarity and also being an unheated with no heat treatment; without enhancement to its colour and clarity. The captivating octagon shape of the blue sapphire has several cuts. It has been cut and polished with unique facets thereby exuding a rare kind of brilliance. The art deco design ring and this unique fine gem is simply a perfect match. The overall vintage look of this art deco ring makes it a perfect accessory for a sophisticated lady. The two steps of side diamonds arranged in an array of three mesmerisingly complement the central gemstone.
Art Deco Design
The stunning look of this sapphire diamond ring would dazzle and delight the wearer. The spectacular arrangement of this customised jewellery required some time as the design was customised from scratch and handcrafted to the final piece. The sketch of this resplendent ring was presented by a gentleman to his lady love in the anniversary card while the ring was concurrently being crafted by us. It’s never too late to add an element of surprise and uniqueness while celebrating a special occasion with your loved one. You can customised the design and present the sketch to your beloved while we breathe life into the art deco design.
Morganite is a pink to orange pink gemstone belonging to the beryl family. It is similar to emerald and aquamarine gemstones. Morganite pockets are found in abundance in Brazil, Mozambique and Madagascar. In the recent years, Morganite has turned into a sought after gemstone especially in wedding engagement rings or push present jewellery. In the search for something unique but not too far from colourless diamond? Then Morganite would be the best choice for you. If you are not fond of vivid red pigeon blood ruby or an intense royal blue sapphire gemstone, then the light pastel baby pink shade of Morganite would certainly appeal to you.
Looking from geological terms, coloured gemstones like Morganite are rare than diamonds. These gemstones possess durability, brilliance, lustre and good hardness which make them suitable for daily wear. During the selection of the morganite or other coloured gemstones, we advise to consider coloured, lustre as the main priority instead of solely on symmetry, polish and cut like the diamond. This is one of the tips to help you pick a right coloured gemstone which exudes a brilliant shine.
Push Present Morganite Ring
We have customised this push present ring in rose gold to impart an overall warm look to this design. Designed both the side bands with pear shaped diamonds. Polished to a bright shine, you will love the look that we have given to the band. Modern and timeless piece, this push present ring is certainly, a memorable gift that acknowledge her great effort before and after birth of the newborn child.
Brilliantly crafted and absolutely breathtaking, this ring features a padparadscha sapphire which is an extremely rare gemstone found on earth. The colour shade featured in this design is extremely sought after and it is not just a single colour shade. It has a mix of pink and orange which is quite a rare find. Soft colour and brilliant sparkle is the key characteristic of padparadscha gemstones. This engagement ring was customised with a twisted band adorned with a pave of diamonds. The polished band adds a touch of sophistication to this customised design ring.
Custom made Engagement Ring
A dainty row of pave set diamonds on the band creates a shimmering statement. The padparadscha gemstone is truly a showstopper, where it adds a bold splash of colour to this alluring design. The fabulous setting is custom made in white gold to exude a modern look. This truly simply yet unique ring was designed with a horizontal halo diamond below the main gem. This sophisticated ring would make a perfect match to all your outfits. You are bound to attract attention with this bold yet feminine beauty. Lively in colour, this engagement ring is truly a fantastic expression of feminine chic. The little detailing on the band is a brilliant example of excellent craftsmanship.
You will treasure the colourful, vintage-inspired details of this marvellous ring. Crafted in rose gold, this cluster ring features multiple coloured gemstones. A stunning look is created with this ring consisting of Diamond, Peridot, Aquamarine and Sapphire. Sculpted in a unique floral pattern, this captivating design is surely going to steal the heart of your loved one who is worthy of all the attention and love.
Cluster Ring Design
This eye-catching and elegant design was custom made by a gentleman for his beloved wife. The arrangement of coloured gemstones and diamonds is meant to appeal to her romantic taste. At GIOIA, we are dedicated to listen and understand the finest details of our clients. We have a series of discussion with the gentleman who is looking to design a cluster ring with his existing coloured gems which he has collected over the years. In this design, each individual gemstone is set onto each casing which holds them firmly, set it such that it flows around the main gemstone. This colourful ring is truly a treat for the eyes.