Many people order custom jewelry to wear when they have a specific design in mind that they can't find in a store. While this approach is common, it's not the only way that you can work with a custom jeweler. If you own a company, one idea to consider is to order a number of pieces of custom jewelry that relate to your organization. There are a number of things that you should consider as you move forward with this plan.
One idea is to order custom jewelry that you can hand out to employees at special times. For example, you might have one piece that you give to someone who has worked for you for 10 years, another piece for those who have worked for you for 20 years, and so on. Whatever the case, it's important to choose appealing types of jewelry. Many people might favor rings, while lapel pins can be another good idea. However, not everyone in your company may wish to wear a necklace with a pendant, for example. You should ideally know enough about your workforce to know what types of jewelry people will want to wear.
Once you've identified a few types of jewelry that you want to have customized, it's time to think about what these designs will look like. An obvious choice is to incorporate your company's logo into the design, but you may want the design to include other elements. If you're ordering pieces that will recognize employees' years of service with your company, the design could feature your logo with a "10" or "20" added to the logo, for example. You'll also want to think about the colors of these pieces. For example, the 10-year jewelry might be silver in color, while the 20-year pieces could have a gold hue.
Handing out pieces of corporate custom jewelry to your employees — especially if you do so with considerable fanfare, such as at an annual banquet — can be exciting for everyone involved. You can further increase the excitement, however, by personalizing each piece of jewelry. Talk to your custom jeweler about personalization. For example, you might have the jeweler engrave the recipient's name on the rear of a lapel pin or on the inside of a ring. These special touches can further help to show that you appreciate your employees' dedication to your company.