A selection of bespoke jewels from original designs, to transformations born from inherited brooches, unworn rings and forgotten jewels. Created in our London workshops, our jewels showcase Cassandra's exceptional design ethos whilst honoring our customers' personal stories.
A tired engagement ring of three blue aquamarines was re-imagined by Cassandra within the design of her Aeneus ring, working with the unusual peardrop shape of the outer stones in homage to the original ring.
A client came to us with this brooch and initially thought she would like a necklace, but with Cassandra's help, she decided she would get the most enjoyment out of a bespoke ring set with her mother's diamonds and sapphires.
This vintage, but unworn diamond snake buckle was carefully re-designed as a necklace pendant, (keeping its buckle mechanism just in case it might be fun to reconvert it one day!).
A diamond eternity ring reimagined in our workshops as a diamond Aeneus Classic ring and a Talya diamond necklace pendant.
Two worn, scratched rings filled with fond memories, redesigned as a sapphire Aeneus ring, set in white gold
A special half eternity ring, half forgotten in the back of an old drawer, given new life as Cassandra's Aeneus Classic ring with a twist.
A unique Jardiniere brooch, no longer in the style of its owner was re-resigned as a showstopping Katterina ring with a central polished sapphire, surrounded by cut diamonds.
A husband wanted to give something a little different to his wife for her birthday. Cassandra designed a gold necklace to symbolise each of their children, so she could carry them with her always.
The mahogany box presented to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on Derby day, contains 6 silver racehorses with their jockeys enamelled in the racing colours of members of the Royal Family.
A gold Bumble Bee brooch with a diamond head and pave set diamond wings, was gifted to a 'busy bee'.
As a gift for their 20th wedding anniversary, a husband wanted to surprise his wife with a redesign of a much loved wedding present. Her diamond line bracelet, now almost worn out, was in need of a new lease of life. Secretly, in conversation with Cassandra, they created a bold gold cuff sprinkled with diamonds from the original bracelet. And he placed it in a china (20th anniversary) bowl by her bedside the night before their anniversary.
Cassandra created this brooch to celebrate Cassandra Go's win in the King's Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot in 2001. Cassandra Go, trained by the legendary Geoff Wragg, ridden by Michael Roberts (crafted as the jockey in the brooch) and owned by Trevor Stewart was a beautiful charcoal grey mare that was in foal when she won the race.
Cassandra remembers speaking to the stable lad before the race giving her a good tip: 'Go on, place a bet. You should always back a filly in foal against the geldings'. Cassandra Go was in foal when she won and went on to breed many successful winners for Trevor Stewart.
A worn out engagement ring inherited from a grandmother was redesign by Cassandra in the style of an Aeneus ring, but with an Art Deco twist.
A client commissioned Cassandra to design this totally unique engagement ring. It is set with a pear shaped diamond, surrounded by a double row of pavé emeralds and sapphires.
At the back of a drawer lay a diamond brooch gathering dust, that looked tired and dull. Almost en route to taking it to Oxfam, they decided to take it to Cassandra first, just to be sure...
Carefully with her loupe, Cassandra looked it over and realised that infact the stones were diamonds - albeit very dirty. She suggested it only needed minor updates. It was given a thorough clean and repolish, the pearl was changed for a pale aquamarine and it was converted to a pendant on a diamond set chain.
A gentleman came into our showroom a few years ago looking for something very specific and unusual...
He wanted a gold baguette that opened to reveal Île de Ré, in memory of where he had met his wife 25 years earlier. He literally bumped into her in a supermarket, carrying a baguette. The rest, as they say is history!