We sincerely apologise for not being available to make your beautiful heirloom gifts whilst we were ill.
At this present time, we are prioritising clients who have been on our waiting list for some time, but we are more than happy to discuss your future commissions and place you on the wait list too.
If you need help selecting the perfect piece of custom jewellery or the perfect gift, we're here in person and more than happy to answer any questions you might have.
We fully understand how important it is to speak to a real person throughout the whole creative process, from the very beginning and at every stage afterwards.
Browse the available calendar dates below, choose a date that best suits you and you will recieve email and phone confirmation of your virtual appointment.
At Sophia Alexander we know that our customers always have a lot of questions and sometimes, it's nice to ask them in person.
It's also nice to really see the pieces of jewellery in the different collections (albeit digitally) before you decide to buy.
We're often asked about the sizes of the different pieces of jewellery; how a charm compares to a small necklace and how that compares to a large pendant.
We're asked about the different chains; how pieces look when they're worn and how they look if you wear multiple pieces of jewellery together.
Then there's questions about how to measure your finger correctly for your wedding ring, how to take perfect fingerprints and handprints, and about how the creative process works.
Digital appointments can make you feel more confident in making your decision.
The calendar above shows our usual availability, but if you cannot see a time that suits you, please get in touch and we'll try to accommodate you.
Simply select a time that suits you from the calendar above, enter your name and contact details. Then add a short message telling us what you are specifically interested in seeing and talking about.
Everything about your digital jewellery appointment will be tailored personally to you.
From experience, we know that not everyone finds taking impressions easy, particularly when it comes to taking prints from squiggly babies, small children and animals.
We always keep a stock of different impression kits here in the studio, so we can go through the whole process step by step with you.
The only thing to note is that we have no spare animals roaming around the studio, so we have no way to physically demonstrate the animal printing kits, but we can still give you plenty of tips and tricks if you are having difficulty taking a print you are complately happy with.
Most customers only ever want one digital jewellery appointment before they decide to order, but if you need another, or would like to see your piece of jewellery during the making-process, within reason, we are more than happy to try and accommodate you.
We will of course send you photographs, emails or messenger messages via Facebook and Instagram at each interesting stage of creation as a matter of course, but we understand that part of the magic in having a piece of jewellery made instead of manufactured is seeing things "behind the scenes".
If you would like to ask anything at all before booking your personalised jewellery consultation, don't hesitate to get in touch.
We aim to respond to emails within 24 hours. We may sometimes be available via Facebook and Instagram Messenger outside our normal working hours.
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