What can a Personal Jeweler do for you?
Unique custom jewelry designed by
Santa Barbara Personal Jeweler Calla Gold
"Calla Gold is the best! She has been designing jewelry for me for over a decade. Not only is she talented and trustworthy, she is a joyful person to be around!"
- Charla, happy customer
Solving problems for neglected or broken jewelry
“Calla has repaired, made and enhanced many of my rings extremely well. My Wedding Ring now has a special catch that makes it bigger to go over my knuckle. I love it!”
- Dee W.
Custom engagement rings that express your love
"Calla Gold is my personal jeweler and a friend for life. She reallyunderstands her clients...I love my ring more and more every day!"
- Lorrie Thomas
Custom wedding ring design for a lifetime of love and beauty
Estate jewelry and inherited jewelry revitalized or reimagined for a new generation
Fine Jewelry For Sale
Wide selection of stylish, classic and unique fine gold and silver jewelry. Call (805) 963-4157 to setup an appointment.
Fall in love again with your existing jewelry collection by organizing it
I’ve been wondering why I don’t wear rings. I love jewelry, at least in a theoretical way. It looks so nice on my friends and co-workers. I can’t figure out works best for my big-fingered, sasquatch hands!
Have you got any ideas or should I just forget about it? Enclosing a picture of my muy largo manos!
– Muy Largo Continue reading →
Getting Involved in the Design Process
When James and Camille decided to get married, James knew that he wanted his fiancé who was a historian to be involved in the ring design process. He recognized Camille’s unique sense of style and didn’t want her wearing a ring that she didn’t absolutely love.
While researching designs and how to go about designing an engagement ring, Camille found my blog: The Sixteen Steps of Jewelry Design.
She really loved that I connected one of the crucial steps in jewelry design to one of my favorite quotes about horseback riding: “Throw your heart over the fence, and the rest will follow” (Norman Vincent Peale).
Camille, a creative bride to be, had spent many happy years riding and wanted to have me, a fellow horse lover, create her engagement ring. She was just about ready to “throw her heart over the fence” and confidently pursue an over-distance design experience. Continue reading →