Bespoke Jewellery for any Occasion

At Natalie Marie we celebrate individuality - in our clients and in their stories - and we strive to honour this uniqueness through crafting bespoke pieces that represent these beautiful differences. Customisation holds great personal significance and can be seen as an ode to who you are in the form of timeless design, precious materials and quality craftsmanship.

From anniversary gifts, milestone occasions or commemorative pieces, bespoke jewellery can take any form from necklaces, to bracelets, to earrings, and we offer an intimate and personalised service to bring your vision to life. 

We spoke to three of our clients to find out more about their individual experience with our bespoke service. 



Diana - Anniversary Gift

What prompted you to create a bespoke piece of jewellery?

I have always wanted a diamond ring to stack with my engagement ring, but the shape of my engagement ring meant I needed to have something designed to compliment my engagement ring.  Our anniversary was coming up so I thought it was the perfect time to get a piece especially made and I have been looking in the window of Natalie Marie studio for so long that I finally decided to walk in!!


What does your piece mean to you?

Every time I look at my finger I am reminded of the strong marriage and family we have created over 35 years.  The 4 round diamonds represent us and our 2 children and the baguette diamonds are like a pathway – I just love it.


Why did you choose the stones and design that you did? What inspired your design?

I originally just needed a shape that fitted around my engagement ring but this became so much more with the help of Em at Natalie Marie Jewellery.  The 4 round diamonds represent our family and I have always loved baguette diamonds so we incorporated these stones into the ring.  Em was very easy to work with and open to my ideas.  The process was so much easier than I thought it would be and knowing it is an original design made locally in Avalon makes it even more special.


Sonia - 'Push Present'

What prompted you to create a bespoke piece of jewellery?

Mum has a long-standing 'push-present' tradition in the family, so when I was having my first baby she asked me to keep an eye out for a piece that I wanted. For my two sisters, Mum chose their pieces, but she knows how picky I am so we went searching together. We looked in jewellery stores all over Sydney and even explored antique stores in London, but there was nothing that I really loved or felt a connection to. I had a vision in my mind, but couldn't find it.


What does your piece mean to you?

When my daughter was born, I knew I wanted the piece to remind me of her. I'm planning on giving it to her on her 21st birthday. 


Why did you choose the stones and design that you did? What inspired your design?

My daughter was born with blue eyes, which we never expected as I have green and my husband has brown. And 18 months later, they're still blue! The aquamarine stone was chosen to match her eye colour. I also knew I wanted the stone on a necklace to sit close to my heart. But I came to NMJ for help and guidance because I wasn't sure what design I wanted. I love the NMJ designs I've seen so I knew they'd come up with something beautiful and delicate. Adding the tapered baguette diamonds was a gorgeous idea! 


How did you find the NMJ experience?

After we created my necklace, I went back for more and worked with NMJ to design and create a bespoke eternity band. I think that says everything!

Sam - Engagement Set

“The inspiration for the ring comes from a few ideas of rings Natalie Marie had previously made and I workshopped ideas of what Maddie wanted with her two sisters. I knew she wanted the stone to be Moissanite and a gold band and the emerald set in the band is to represent her daughters (my future stepdaughter’s) birthstone.

When it came to the necklace I was as much asking her daughter Emerson if she wanted to be a part of my little family as I was asking Maddie to marry me so I needed something I could gift her at the same time. A necklace was logical as something she could both wear now, and for years to come. It obviously then made sense to set an emerald in it and make it the same gold as her mother’s ring."


Feeling inspired? Reach out to our team here to bring your design to life, no matter the occasion.