UNIQUE JEWELRY

TURNING YOUR SPARK INTO ALTERNATIVE JEWELRY DESIGNS

We’re all about doing things with an alternative twist, and our alternative jewelry designs are a tried and true testament of that. We believe everyone deserves to wear jewelry that defines their character and sets them apart. When it comes to creating truly unique jewelry, we’re pioneering a client-centered process.

All of our work is created from scratch, not merely ‘customized’ or ‘personalized’. Through our 4 step design process, your personal designer finds the spark that sets you apart and molds it into one-of-a-kind jewelry. Never replicated or repeated. We are serious about our no duplicate policy, so you can rest assured your design is only yours.

We pride ourselves on our creative and informative process. When you walk through our doors, you’re stepping into an interactive custom jewelry experience.

OUR CUSTOM DESIGN PROCESS


Initial Consult:
If you have an idea of what you want or need direction, your designer will introduce you to our process and guide you through concepting designs. We host initial consults in our Denver showroom, but if you’re not local our charm translates just as smooth through video chat as it does in person. See The Joan for an example of unique jewelry we made remotely.

Step 1. Design Process   – When your designer begins sketching, you’ll have free reign to make changes to the sketches.  If we’re sourcing stones for your project, and you live nearby, you’ll come in and experience the stones and hand-pick the one.

Step 2. Modeling & Production Process  –  In the 3D modeling stage, your aesthetic will determine whether we build a CAD (computer-aided design) or hand carve a wax mold. The majority of our custom jewelry is built using CAD but if you’re looking for unique jewelry with an organic feel, we’ll carve a wax mold, like we did for The Emily.  We ask for your approval of the 3D model before moving on to production. 

Step 3. Final Product  – Once your jewelry goes to production, you’re on the home stretch. The final result is a piece of unique jewelry that you helped create every step of the way.

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR CUSTOM PROCESS

IT ALL STARTS WITH A SKETCH…

CLICK THROUGH THE IMAGES BELOW TO SEE OUR CREATIVE PROCESS COME TO LIFE.

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THE MORGAN

 

The Morgan is a unique blue sapphire engagement ring that exemplifies a gorgeous alternative to diamonds. This sapphire halo engagement ring reminds us that an alternative engagement ring can be as classic and timeless as it is unique.

Initial Consultation : Dan came in with plans of a Princess Kate engagement ring for his lady. When it comes to Princess Kate style, it’s well known that dark blue is her favorite color so naturally we suggested a sapphire for the center stone.

Step 1. Design process – For the final sketch, we decided to make a statement by adding a diamond halo around the blue sapphire center stone. The result was a victorian look fit for English royalty.

Step 2. Modeling & Production Process – After stone sourcing the perfect oval sapphire, the Morgan advanced to the modeling stage. The design required precision so we created her engagement ring using CAD.

Step 3. Final Product – As the Morgan went through production, Dan decided Morgan needed a wedding band to match. We worked the band and engagement ring to fit flush together so Morgan had the option to wear one or both comfortably.

THE JACQUELINE

 

One look at The Jacqueline tells a story of extraordinaire. It’s not everyday that you see a multi stone engagement ring with three diamond center stones of equal size. We took unique flare to a new level by framing this alternative engagement ring with emeralds to create an unusual emerald and diamond ring.

Initial Consultation : Jacqueline came into our showroom with a handful of heirloom emeralds looking for direction. She wanted something unique and extravagant.

Step 1. Design process – We sketched an elaborate ring that matched her vision.

Step 2. Modeling & Production Process – We used CAD to create the model, so that every detail was precise.

Step 3. Final Product – When The Jacqueline was finished, she picked up her ring and was thrilled to see her vision come to life.

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THE NICOLE

 

A rough cut diamond engagement ring with sleek brilliant cut diamond accents join to make this unique rose gold engagement ring a juxtaposition of rough and refined. The Nicole embodies the notion that unique doesn’t have to be loud and bold. Sometimes it’s elegance with a touch of mystery.

Initial Consultation : Ryan came into the showroom looking for an engagement ring that was earthy but sleek.

Step 1. Design process – After finalizing a design, we brought Ryan in for a stone showing to choose the perfect rough black diamond.

Step 2. Modeling & Production Process – We used a CAD to ensure crisp lines in this ring where imperfection meets intention,

Step 3. Final Product – After Ryan approved his CAD, the Nicole took it’s final steps to become this diamond in the rough. Nicole was thrilled with her black diamond engagement ring and reached out to us “Just wanted to let you know that Ryan gave me the ring you created. It is beyond beautiful and I can’t imagine a ring that would be a better fit. me and my personality. I am so happy and so grateful that my ring came from a local, woman owned and operated business! Bad bitches of the world unite and take over! So happy and so thankful!!”.

THE SHERRI & KOLBI

 

The Sheri and Kolbi are his and hers wedding rings. Sheri’s filigree engagement ring proves that intricate detail is sometimes all it takes to make a vintage inspired engagement ring irreplicable. Kolbi’s hand-engraved men’s wedding band mirrors The Sheri’s attention to acute detail.

Initial Consultation : Kolbi and Sherri came in together looking for an engagement ring for her but soon started production on his wedding band as well.

Step 1. Design process – The couple valued intricacy so we ultimately decided on two sketches that stood out alone but complement each other perfectly.

Step 2. Modeling & Production Process – To achieve Sherri’s complex filagree design, we used a CAD. The detail in Kolbi’s band was hand-carved.

Step 3. Final Product – Though we started production on Sherri’s engagement ring first, our skilled goldsmiths were able to have Kolbi’s hand engraved wedding band and Sherri’s filigree diamond ring complete in time for their wedding.

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THE JOAN

 

This unique ruby necklace is a family pendant necklace at it’s best. The delicate curves of The Joan represent a mother and three children. A testament to unique jewelry gifts for mom made with intention.

Initial Consultation : Steve was searching for the perfect 40th anniversary present for his wife. He was living in Italy so we worked with him over the phone.

Step 1. Design Process – Steve wanted to symbolize the life they had built together.To represent their lasting marriage, we sketched rubies and for their three children, we used three diamonds. For a personal touch, our sketch included hand-engraved initials and date.

Step 2. Modeling & Production Process – We build The Joan in CAD and sent the file to Steve in Italy to be approved.

Step 3. Final Product – Though Steve never came into our showroom, we created him a heartfelt anniversary present for Joan representing their love-filled life.

THE EMILY

 

The Emily is a nature inspired engagement ring that calls upon Grecian times. It was built from a wax mold and handcrafted to create a unique organic engagement ring. Hand carving is an artful way to create one of a kind engagement rings and jewelry.

Initial Consultation : Charlie and Emily love the outdoors. He wanted to incorporate nature into the design of Emily’s engagement ring.

Step 1. Design Process – We sketched diamond studded leaves that would frame the the dazzling diamond center stone.

Step 2. Modeling & Production Process – To achieve organic lines in this design, we hand-carved a wax mold.

Step 3. Final Product – Made in 18k white gold, The Emily was unique and hit the nature-inspired mark.

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UNIQUE JEWELRY

 

DISCOVERING A SPARK

 

Unique isn’t a word we throw around lightly. We believe everyone deserves to wear jewelry that defines their character and sets them apart. When it comes to creating truly unique jewelry, we’re pioneering a client-centric process.

All of our jewelry is created from scratch, not merely ‘customized’ or ‘personalized’. Through our 4 step design process, your personal designer finds the spark that sets you apart and molds it into one-of-a-kind jewelry. Never replicated or repeated. We are serious about our no duplicate policy, so you can rest assured your design is only yours.

We pride ourselves on our creative and informative process. When you walk through our doors, you’re stepping into an interactive custom jewelry experience.

OUR CUSTOM DESIGN PROCESS

Behind the scene of Abby Sparks Jewelry creating unique and custom jewelry with sustainably materials


Initial Consult:
If you have an idea of what you want or need direction, your designer will introduce you to our process and guide you through concepting designs. We host initial consults in our Denver showroom, but if you’re not local our charm translates just as smooth through video chat as it does in person. See The Joan for an example of unique jewelry we made remotely.

Step 1. Design Process   – When your designer begins sketching, you’ll have free reign to make changes to the sketches.  If we’re sourcing stones for your project, and you live nearby, you’ll come in and experience the stones and hand-pick the one.

Step 2. Modeling & Production Process  –  In the 3D modeling stage, your aesthetic will determine whether we build a CAD (computer-aided design) or hand carve a wax mold. The majority of our custom jewelry is built using CAD but if you’re looking for unique jewelry with an organic feel, we’ll carve a wax mold, like we did for The Emily.  We ask for your approval of the 3D model before moving on to production. 

Step 3. Final Product  – Once your jewelry goes to production, you’re on the home stretch. The final result is a piece of unique jewelry that you helped create every step of the way.

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR CUSTOM PROCESS

IT ALL STARTS WITH A SKETCH…

CLICK THROUGH THE IMAGES BELOW TO SEE OUR CREATIVE PROCESS COME TO LIFE.

THE MORGAN

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Classic and regal mixed with bold and alluring, The Morgan is truly one-of-a-kind. With a diamond halo surrounding a stunning 5.57 carat blue sapphire, this piece is simply timeless.

Initial Consultation : Dan came in with visions of an engagement ring inspired by Princess Kate. Dark blue is her favorite color so naturally we suggested sapphires for the center stone.

Step 1: For the final sketch, we decided to make a statement by adding a diamond halo around the blue sapphire center stone. The result was a victorian look fit for English royalty.

Step 2: After stone sourcing the perfect oval sapphire, the Morgan advanced to the modeling stage. The design required precision so we created her engagement ring using CAD.

Step 3: As the Morgan went through production, Dan decided Morgan needed a wedding band to match. We worked the band and engagement ring to fit flush together so Morgan had the option to wear one or both comfortably.

THE JACQUELINE

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One look at The Jacqueline tells a story of extraordinaire. There is no question this unique engagement ring is in it’s own class. Its eye catching beauty evokes a sense of royalty and begs for a second glance.

Initial Consultation : Jacqueline came into our showroom with a handful of heirloom emeralds looking for direction. She wanted something unique and extravagant.

Step 1: We sketched an elaborate ring that matched her vision.

Step 2: We used CAD to create the model, so that every detail was precise.

Step 3: When The Jacqueline was finished, she picked up her ring and was thrilled to see her vision come to life.

THE NICOLE

 

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A juxtaposition of rough and refined, The Nicole embodies the notion that unique doesn’t have to be loud and bold. Sometimes it’s elegance with a touch of mystery.

Initial Consultation : Ryan came into the showroom looking for an engagement ring that was earthy but sleek.

Step 1: After finalizing a design, we brought Ryan in for a stone showing to choose the perfect rough black diamond.

Step 2: We used a CAD to ensure crisp lines in this ring where imperfection meets intention.

Step 3: After Ryan approved his CAD, the Nicole took it’s final steps to become this diamond in the rough. Nicole was thrilled with her ring and reached out to us “”.

THE SHERI & KOLBI

 

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The Sheri and Kolbi are a pair of unique wedding rings that prove intricate detail is sometimes all it takes to make a piece irreplicable.

Initial Consultation : Kolbi and Sherri came in together looking for an engagement ring for her but soon started production on his wedding band as well.

Step 1: The couple valued intricacy so we ultimately decided on two sketches that stood out alone but complement each other perfectly.

Step 2: To achieve Sherri’s complex filagree design, we used a CAD. The detail in Kolbi’s band was hand-carved.

Step 3: Though we started production on Sherri’s engagement ring first, our skilled goldsmiths were able to have both The Kolbi and The Sherri complete in time for their wedding.

THE JOAN

 

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Unique jewelry can be as soulful as it is singular. The delicate rounded design of The Joan represents a mother and three children. A graceful design made with intention.

Initial Consultation : Steve was searching for the perfect 40th anniversary present for his wife. He was living in Italy so we worked with him over the phone.

Step 1: Steve wanted to symbolize the life they had built together.To represent their lasting marriage, we sketched rubies and for their three children, we used three diamonds. For a personal touch, our sketch included hand-engraved initials and date.

Step 2: We build The Joan in CAD and sent the file to Steve in Italy to be approved.

Step 3: Though Steve never came into our showroom, we created him a heartfelt anniversary present for Joan representing their love-filled life.

THE EMILY

 

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A nature inspired piece that calls upon Grecian times, The Emily was built from a wax mold and handcrafted for an organic feel. Hand carving is an artful way to create one of a kind jewelry.

Initial Consultation : Charlie and Emily love the outdoors. He wanted to incorporate nature into the design of Emily’s engagement ring.

Step 1: We sketched diamond studded leaves that would frame the the dazzling diamond center stone.

Step 2: To achieve organic lines in this design, we hand-carved a wax mold.

Step 3: Made in 18k white gold, The Emily was unique and hit the nature-inspired mark.