About

Emma Clarkson Webb is a certified GIA gemologist.
She specialises in sourcing diamonds and semi-precious gemstones from across the globe to create beautifully designed, handcrafted jewellery.

Emma sources each diamond specifically to fit requests, crafting unique designs and taking time to explain the fascinating qualities of the stones to her clients.

Her time spent in Asia has enabled her to
achieve competitive prices by drawing
on her large network of
diamond dealers worldwide.

The Process - 1.

Before the initial consultation, Emma will ask a few
questions in order to prepare some relevant diamonds
or gemstones, designs and information to share with you.

During the initial consultation, you will learn more
about diamonds and how to view them through a
loupe, whilst establishing the best stone
to suit your design ideas and budget.

Emma will talk you through an array of potential
images and concepts to make sure you have
explored a few different ideas before
settling upon one design route.

The Process - 2.

Once a diamond or gemstone and design has been chosen,
a hand-drawn technical sketch will be put together
for your approval before it goes into the
workshop at Hatton Garden, London.

Once this sketch gets to the workshop, the jewellery
will be handcrafted by a group of highly skilled
jewellers with over thirty years of experience in the trade.

You will be able to view your piece at
each step of production, either through
photographic updates or through visits
to the workshop. Once it is completed
an insurance and GIA diamond
certificate will be supplied.

Duration

The process generally takes between four to six weeks,
however we work hard to accommodate clients
who are on a tight schedule!

A superb after-care service is provided:
we look after ECW Bespoke pieces, checking settings,
cleaning and polishing our jewellery
- teaching you how to care for your
piece to maximize its sparkle and brilliance!

Please note that Emma also specialises
in the re- modelling of existing pieces of
jewellery, sourcing antique pieces
of jewellery, alterations and repairs.