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The Process

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It was such a pleasure working with Ashley on our wedding rings. She encourages her clients to collaborate with her throughout the process. From inspiration photos, sketches, and wax molds – we felt included in the every stage of production. She was able to corral our many ideas and fashion elegant rings that brought our visions to life. She produced the most stunning wedding bands that were the perfect balance of modern and classic. We are thrilled to wear these rings forever.”

– Kelsey Wiegmann



Artistry personified. During your one-on-one meeting with Ashley, this sketch created to be an artistic representation of what your piece will look like. It outlines the details discussed, and encompasses the whole project for you. 



The CAD, or Computer-Aided Draft, of your piece is a way for Ashley to make sure that your piece will come to life with all the stones fitting perfectly. It also ensures that artistry of the sketch and design will translate harmoniously as your piece is created from scratch. 

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The final product—this is a piece that has been designed specifically for you, molded to your specific style and taste. Created to be a timeless object d’art, this piece is one that you  that you will be able to treasure for many years to come. 


The custom process begins with you. When clients come to Ashley Morgan, they immediately sit down with her to blend their ideas together–the end result of this is a sketch. Next, Ashley creates a CAD of this sketch to allow the client to better envision what their piece will look like. Finally, the CAD is turned into a real piece that shines.