Most jewelry stores define a ‘custom ring’ as choosing a diamond and a mounting. Some even allow you to alter prefabricated pieces slightly. At Form to Feeling, their philosophy is simple; they believe each client should have the experience and options that are the best for them individually.
To Form to Feeling, custom means the product and experience should be both explicitly tailored to you. With a high level of education and expertise in the industry at your fingertips, you will decide together on the best way to create your perfect piece of jewelry – even if that means creating something that currently only exists in your imagination. If you’re seeking something one of a kind, Form to Feeling has the resources to bring your ideas to life. Create your custom ring locally or with artisans in leading jewelry houses nationwide.
“We engage the world’s best designers, jewelers and purveyors of gems, bringing fine jewelry together in a way nobody else has before,” says Cub Root, owner, designer and certified gemologist with FTF. “The goal is for the custom piece to stay in families for generations, ideally 100 or more years.”
Form to Feeling are truly custom, in every sense of the word. They celebrate the natural beauty of gems and what they represent for the wearer. Their master craftsmen are committed to creating jewelry that captures the spirit of life’s most significant moments. With an unconstrained inventory and unparalleled devotion to quality, Form to Feeling stocks pieces from everyday wear to rare collectors’ articles.
For a truly luxury and custom experience, the Form to Feeling team prioritizes their private setting, working one on one with clients so you never feel rushed, pressured or confused. After all, it’s your ring! And they want you to be happy with it for a lifetime.
Want to set up an appointment with a gemologist who can help you create something unique in a truly luxury environment? Reach out to Form to Feeling through their Brides of Austin vendor profile!
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