Jeffrey Ross Jewellery – Pieces For A Lifetime

The venture towards the Miss World pageant was an exciting one. As I mentioned in my previous post, the people that one meets when you win a title is just fantastic. With that, there are many people that I would like to mention that I have come into contact with, and therefore have decided to start a mini-series of the people (particularly sponsors) that I have met.

Today’s feature is going to be Jeffrey Ross of Jeffrey Ross Jewellery.

Jeff is an entrepreneur, and probably the best jeweller in Canada. Based out of Uxbridge, ON, Jeff’s people-based approach makes him not only great to work with, but he will strive to create something that will reflect your needs and desires.

His aim is to create lasting memories, and by taking a precious metal or gemstone that has been nurtured in the earth for thousands of years, he recreates that history into a piece that will become your own history–a story that is your own.

And a story he did create for me! Tying back into my Miss World journey, Jeff created a stunning pair of earrings for the final night. His aim was “shimmering majestic subtlety” (think Bond Girl ๐Ÿ˜‰ ) that would complement my “presence/personality/persona on stage rather than on a complementary/contrasting colour scheme”.

He is very specific, and I was quite impressed of how he thought of such details and their impact.

When I think of jewellery, I usually think, “Oh, that’s so pretty!” When Jeff thinks of jewellery, he thinks of the emotion, the detail, and the overall presence. Jeff has definitely instilled a new appreciation of jewellery into me!

Below is a shot of the earrrings created by this Maestro of precious stones and metals!

Miss World Canada 2010 Denise Garrido

As I mentioned, these earrings were designed specifically for the Miss World occasion. The gems are a rare, modern briolette cut of colourless topas, designed and cut by Wobito Gems.

The earrings themselves were created in white gold and feature bead set diamonds to accent and compliment the topaz.


“If you’re going to be thinking, you may as well think big.” Donald Trump

Thank you for reading, and until next time!

With gratitude,

Denise ๐Ÿ™‚

chris wilson - December 17, 2010 - 12:25 am

That is a great idea i didnt know you were that into your jewelry and creatively in the process…So have you thought of what to help design yet…how about a bracelet?…

I cut gems also you know, here in North Carolina and I think we should do a whole line of jewelry together…
I was looking through my Tripps jeweler supply catalog just before i came to the computer, to buy some 8mm gold pendant for a smoky quartz I finished about 2 weeks ago…
And certainly if you need somewhere to learn how to cut gems and set jewelry you attend the school here where i attend, because we need more students…we only have 8 we need 12 students, and the welding class is getting a grant and they want to replace our semester next year!!

Very interesting blog Denise!!

Denise - December 19, 2010 - 8:15 pm

Well, I definitely appreciated the beauty of jewellery before, but after working with Jeff, the appreciation has changed. The details are what I appreciate more because of how I followed his thought process for my own earrings.
Truly creative and a visionary.

chris wilson - December 19, 2010 - 10:32 pm

yes, i agree the details do become more apparent once you get into the working process…

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