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As a jewelry “re-designer“, working with a client that is ready to redo wedding jewelry from a divorce requires a positive and forward looking perspective.  Before the project beings, I have found it beneficial to spend time helping my client shift their consciousness to find and rediscover the good karma that once existed in the stones.

Whether amicable or not, a divorce signifies the end of something that started with love and optimism. What remains are memories, and of course unworn wedding and anniversary jewelry. My job is to assess the “baggage” and help my client visualize and get excited about what their new jewelry will look like.

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Many times, after the stone is removed from the original setting, I encourage my clients to think about the day they were given the stones - not the ring.  I have found it is beneficial to focus on the joy and excitement from when they first got the jewelry - and keep the focus on the stones.

Once the positive energy is recaptured, and a new life for the stone is visualized, the fun begins in finding the right look that fits her current lifestyle and budget.

The response I get when delivering “new” jewelry to a divorcee is very rewarding as I am delivering jewelry a client never thought she would want to wear again... jewelry she took part in creating... jewelry that suits her new life... jewelry that is a gift she has given to herself. Most importantly, jewelry that she will wear and love - once again.

More examples of re-designed and reset wedding jewelry that I’ve done for clients can be found on my website

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