If you would like to discuss the option of creating a unique or unusual engagement ring, wedding band or bespoke piece of jewellery then we would love to hear from you.

We love to work to all kinds of specifications, whether it might be a surprise engagement, a dual effort, or a piece to gift or treasure.


The piece normally starts with a one to one consultation where we can chat about your design ideas, inspirations and budget. If you are unable to meet at our London studio then we can arrange to chat via email, skype or phone call.


After the initial ideas have been discussed we often like to source an exciting range of stones for your consideration and in depth designs can also be drawn up. Once the final design has been sketched and confirmed, it can take between 8-10 weeks for the final ring to be made, this time depends on the complexity of your design.


We work with a variety of techniques to make each ring all in-house by goldsmith and designer, Diana Sherling. Each piece of fine jewellery is made by hand and diamonds and other precious gem stones are always sourced from trusted suppliers.


We are also happy to work with precious stones that may come from a family heirloom and are very happy to take a look at your pieces.


You are also able to view some of our semi-bespoke designs in our shop, every piece of jewellery is customisable and can be made with the stones of your choice creating a unique design.


If you would like to discuss a bespoke commission, engagement ring or wedding band please email hello@lilyflojewellery.com



Here are only a few of the recent pieces we have made.. whether its for your wedding, engagement, birthday or anniversary, we are happy to create completely new custom pieces as much as adapt any of the jewellery we design for you.. just message me at hello@lilyflojewellery.com


When Diana left the world of advertising, it was important to her that she was a credible jeweller.. this meant honouring all the techniques and skills that create a real designer and jeweller. She wasn't going to fake it and she wasn't going to outsource.

This meant that at 40 she decided to go back to college, back to square one with beginners courses in jewellery making at the City Lit that then turned into Contemporary Jewellery, Fine Jewellery, Gemstone setting at City Lit, Working Mens College and Morley College. She is currently working on a BTEC Level 3.

Her college is vital to push, challenge and evolve her jewellery design and making, in order that her own collections improve every year.