Militza Ortiz Jewellery Designer
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Bespoke jewellery specialising in engagement rings, wedding bands and fine jewellery. We will work with your ideas and budget.
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- Based in London, but drawing influence from all over the world, Militza Ortiz creates unique, colourful and timeless jewellery inspired by art, nature and the human form. Having studied under master jeweller Alexandra Huerga and also undertaken short courses at Central St. Martin's, Militza Ortiz has over 10 years of jewellery making experience. She is rapidly carving a solid reputation for creating quality bespoke jewellery with the personal touch. All pieces are handcrafted by Militza in her home studio, and they are increasingly in demand. Militza, an expert silver and goldsmith carries out commissions as well as redesigns to existing jewellery. She also offers her own limited edition collections which are available here. The key to Militza's success lies in her ability to work closely with her clients, from the initial concept right through to the final creation. She will listen carefully to your brief and consult with you every step of the way. Militza designs and creates exquisite jewellery that is packed full of personality to reflects the clients' tastes and to compliment their shape and colouring. Militza works with vibrant and beautiful precious and semi-precious stones, mounted in sterling silver or gold. If you have a special idea in mind, please contact her.
ExperienceYear Business Was Established2003Public Liability InsuranceYes
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Militza understands the importance of the customer’s needs in having unique pieces. To capture the essence and style of each client is what she aims for when she undertakes a bespoke jewellery commission. Design: Contact her by phone or by email to arrange a consultation. There she starts to put together design ideas that meet your criteria. If precious stones are part of the design, she can prepare a selection for you to choose from; or your own stones can be used. Redesigning existing jewellery is also possible and a creative via can be explored. Deposit: If you want to go ahead with the commission you pay a 50% deposit at this stage and agree a deadline for the completion of the piece. Please note that fine jewellery pieces take time, and 8 to 12 weeks is the minimum that should be allowed for. Hallmarking: Once the piece is finished, it is hallmarked in the Goldsmith's Assay Office in Hatton Garden and engraved with any personal message you wish. Collection: It is then ready for you to collect or to be posted to you.