Our engaging client process
Experience the evolution from start to finish. At D. Muscio fine jewelry studio, our creations are one of a kind. Each of our custom pieces remains 100-percent unique to the client and will never be replicated. There are five key steps in our custom jewelry design process.
- 1: Meeting of the minds
- 2: Putting pen to paper
- 3: Perfection, guaranteed
- 4: Final approval
- 5: Culmination
Read what D. Muscio’s customers are saying! We are incredibly thankful to have some of the best clients in the Atlanta area, and throughout the United States. Our services range from modifying an existing piece of jewelry that clients already own to creating one-of-a-kind masterpieces from concept to production. Providing a unique, personalized service and breathtakingly beautiful piece suited to each individual is what D. Muscio Fine Jewelry Studio is all about. Thank you to our customers who have submitted such rave reviews of our work. We look forward to continuing to design custom jewelry for you and your families for years to come.
Dawn helped me design three wonderful pieces and each were unique and wonderful. What was particularly wonderful was Dawn and Jackie’s collaboration to help re-invent jewelry/stones from my grandmother to design a ring and pair of earings that I will cherish for many years.Maureen, Brookhaven GA
Beautiful earrings! Thank you for transforming my diamonds into gorgeous new pieces that I am now proud to own. The experience was a delight – beautiful and detailed drawings, perfect wax and impeccable fabrication. I am a lucky girl to be on the receiving end. And then there is that jewelry box!Dana, St. Louis MO
I have an engagement ring that didn’t fit correctly due to a difference in sizing of my finger and knuckle. Dawn worked with me for months to get the fit right, starting with the least expensive options. I now have a ring that fits perfectly, is stationary and easy to remove with a custom hinged and locking shank created by Dawn.Cathy, Atlanta GA
Dawn created a stunning wedding ring by upcycling stones from the engagement rings of my husband’s great-grandmother and grandmother, along with the wedding band of his mother. I now wear an heirloom ring representing four generations of marriage! I love the ring and the story behind it!Kristen, Boston MA