a render of a ring with a spider

Submitting a job

Please email us at jfoxcustom@gmail.com
with details about your job, and any questions you might have.

Providing clear and accurate info leads to fewer revisions, and prevents many potential issues.

Please note that email is the only approved form of job submission.

The must-haves

Please Include

a notebook page with job notes

Job ID

A customer name, or job number is ideal.

When you need a matching band two years from now, it's a lot easier to search for "John" than "white halo ring."

Customer's Size

If it's a ring, we need a finger size. If it's a necklace or a bracelet, we need a length.

Metal Type & Color

This lets us know how to properly render and quote.

We are happy to quote multiple options.

Important Measurements

Are you providing stones or other components? Do you have a specific size in mind?

Let us know!

An idea

We're more than happy to help walk you through the process, or even take a little creative liberty, but it's important to know what sort of piece you want.

Your Budget

If you have a specific price-point in mind, letting us know ahead of time helps us design within your needs.

Bonus points for

Additional Information

a sketch of a ring

Pictures and drawings

You don't have to be an artist!

Whether you have rough sketches, detailed diagrams, or just a dream-board of inspiration, we love seeing what you've been looking at to help get an idea of what you like.

Will they want a band?

Are you planning to wear a straight wedding band with it in the future? Are you hoping to one day upgrade your center stone?

Discussing these things ahead of time can help us plan for the future so you're set for later.

How it's being worn

Is this a piece you'll be wearing to a few parties a year, or planning to wear daily? Do you have a desk job, or an active lifestyle?

We believe your jewelry should be built to suit your needs!


Was there something else that your customer really wanted, but you just don't think is in budget, or it's too weird to work?

It never hurts to let us know. Sometimes there may be a way to make it happen!