Why should I buy a ring?
After the sudden death of my husband, I wanted to treat myself to the ring he would have bought.

Should I buy my ring in a jewellery shop or get it made by a bespoke jeweller?
I decided on the latter.

How did I find Sam?
Through recommendation.

Would Sam be able to use old trinket jewellery pieces that I already had to make my bespoke ring?
Yes, she was able to use these pieces, that had sentimental value, but I decided on something new and bespoke. 

Was I happy with the service?
Yes!! I must say when I met Sam she did not disappoint. I had an idea of how I wanted the ring to look and the stones I wanted to be used. With her knowledge, creativity and expertise she listened to my needs and was able to offer suggestions and ideas to ensure the price would be right for my pocket.

If you are strongly thinking of getting a piece of jewellery made bespoke to you, family member or friends, I would fully recommend Samantha Salmons she is trustworthy, passionate and puts love into her work so that you are totally pleased with the end product,

Thank you Sam, for my beautiful ring and I am sure I will be back. Angie (Osteopath)

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I first met Sam 15 years ago when she had her own shop on the Portobello Road.  We commissioned her to make our wedding rings.  

Since then she has gone on to make a number of stunning pieces of jewelry for me, each one unique and notable for its high level of craftsmanship and beauty, and of course Sam’s unmistakable signature style.  

The latest request was for a pair of black diamond earrings (a fiftieth birthday present).  

In true Sam Salmons style, she delivered the most exquisite and elegant, yet understated earrings a woman could ever hope to receive for a mile stone birthday.  

She possesses that rare and essential skill of bringing together the desires of her client within the context of her own unique style, to produce a piece of jewelry that will only ever delight and never disappoint.  

She is a truly talented and gifted designer.” Petina Sponder