When a sentimental piece of jewellery enters our lives, its meaning is far more important to us than the setting. So when its design doesn’t quite fit our style, what better way to make its meaning wearable than by remodelling it. For Ondrae, this journey began with an heirloom brooch.
When a loved piece of jewellery is in need of extensive repair, there comes a decision: Should you redesign or recreate your piece? Here’s the story of Marie’s treasured ring.
After many decades of wear, Shirley needed some help with her engagement ring. Although her timeless solitaire design remained as beautiful now as ever, she had a problem. Here is the story of her remodelled piece.
It's an honour to transform treasured family heirlooms into a fresh new piece, as was the case with Rachel's bespoke ring. See how this beautiful piece started out here.
For many, there comes a time when their engagement ring is ready for a change. In Ann's case, her engagement ring had broken after many years. So, she brought her much-loved ring into the Harlequin studio for us to take a look.
At Harlequin Jewellers, we love bringing old jewellery back to life. So we were thrilled to re-create this piece.
Thinking of getting a piece of jewellery remodelled, but not sure where to start? Whether it’s a beloved engagement ring that has been damaged over the years, or a sentimental family heirloom that’s no longer in style, remodelling is a great way to turn a treasured piece into something wearable once again. Here are 5 ideas for how to go about it.