In recent years the acorn seems to have achieved a status as a symbol which every jeweler needs to visit at least once. Here's just one of mine. This is a carved natural amethyst set into solid 18K gold which has been cast and fabricated. The amethyst is most likely from a South American source but … was hand carved by me. The bail formed by the top branch can accommodate a chain or cord with a diameter of up to 6 mm. The length of the entire pendant is 46 mm and it weighs 6.5 grams. This is a one-of-a-kind and not to be repeated.Read more Read less
Silver Bullet Pendant
by Brooke Jan 23rd 2013
Experience was great. I loved being in actual communication with the maker himself, he met all of our needs by under promising and over delivering with the quality of the product. Quality of the chain was great but not big enough for a grown man!
An infinity style white gold, diamond ring
by A.J. H. Aug 15th 2012
The ring that Patrick made is beautiful, and very professionally crafted. Patrick was great to work with as well. He explained everything very thoroughly so I always knew exactly what was going on. The ring turned out exactly how I wanted it and Patrick was very open to making alternations as I desired. This ring is a beautiful blessing to my fiancé and I! Thank you Patrick
sterling silver mens owl ring
by frits k. Jul 24th 2012
I am very happy with the ring. It's exactly what I described. Patrick Burt did a great job. He sent pictures throughout and had some good suggestions about what stones to use and other small details. Also, the price was very reasonable and he sent bands to get the size right. Thanks for doing such a good job. Frits
2 silver wedding bands
by Lee R. May 23rd 2012
Patrick made the rings with absolute perfection. My fiance and I are extremely satisfied with his work.
by Katherine M. Mar 29th 2012
Patrick created a wonderful bullet penant inscribed with initials, and it turned out great. I really enjoyed receiving the creation journey as it unfolds. I hadn't expected to receive updates along the way or to know so much of what goes into making custom pieces like this, but I was very grateful. Thank you, Patrick!