CAD Fantastic Jewellery

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CAD Fantastic Jewellery is an independent bespoke jewellery designer based in Wimbledon and Hatton Garden.
Pricing & Costs

Prices start at

£650
Details

Products and Services

Engagement Rings
Gifts
Bespoke Designs
Online Shop
Platinum
Gemstones
Silver
Jewellery
Wedding Rings
Pre-Wedding Consultation
Gold
Full Description
In addition to my personalisable engagement ring and wedding ring collections, I've developed a unique service called Custom Couples Wedding Ring Sets. For this, I work with individuals or couples to develop engagement and wedding rings which not only suit each individual’s personality, but also clearly belong together when they are seen side by side.

Personal Message from the Manager

Name of Wedding Contact: Jack Meyer
I created CAD Fantastic Jewellery as both a response to my experiences working in the jewellery trade over the past 16 years, and as an expression of why I fell in love with jewellery design in the first place — I wanted to create an easy and elegant way to help individuals and couples create jewellery which helps them express both themselves and their love for one another through their wedding rings.

Experience

Year Business Was Established
2011
Reviews
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Rheena and Jai
Married in July 2017
October 2017
I ADORE the rings you made for us!
I ADORE the rings you made for us Jack!! Truly the most beautiful jewellery I have had the absolute pleasure of wearing!!!
Ola and Yanmo
Married in June 2011
October 2017
Thank you!
The ring turned out amazing. My fiancee was very happy with it. Thank you.
Location & Contact Details

Address

London, Greater London, England

Travel Notes

Consultations are by appointment only.

Nearest Town

Wimbledon, London

Nearest Motorway & Junction

Nearest Train Station

Southfields

Nearest Airport

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FAQ
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Describe your style in 5 adjectives.

Modernist, Elegant, Sleek, Wearable, Expressive

What about your business are you most proud of?

I've been told that my approach to walking grooms and couples through the design process has been called a breath of fresh air for people who have become overwhelmed by trying to shop for jewellery on the high street and online. The fact that I've found a way to make ring shopping easier makes me very happy.

What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?

For Brides - Don't be afraid to ask for help. A wedding is not just a big event, it's a rite of passage (pretty much the only one left in modern western culture). The fact the western world seems to expect the bride to organise her own rite of passage herself has always seemed to me to be a bit unfair. For grooms - Help your bride! Find any way you can, large or small. You're in this together. And the more stress you can lift from your bride's shoulders, the happier your big day will be.

Describe your typical process with a couple.

The process always starts with an email or phone call. From there, I meet with one or both partners, and I spend some time talking to them about their personal style, and what they want. If they already have ideas of what they like, we work from that. Either way, I work with them to develop a design which they love.

What is the most romantic engraving you have seen on a wedding ring?

Actually, one of my all-time-favourite engravings I've seen in recent memory was a bride who put on the inside of her (often absent-minded) groom's ring "Put me back on!"

Which ring do you think holds most significance for a bride?

From what I've seen, everyone attaches their own personal meaning to their jewellery. I once new a lady who had a side-band made with two different-coloured pear-shaped gemstones. One of the stones represented her 5 year old daughter, the other her 3 year old son (her children from her previous marriage). I loved how she had found a way to symbolise not only her life with her new husband through her engagement ring, but also the beautiful things she was bringing with her from her previous marriage as well.