Alan Dalton

FAQs | Alan Dalton


What makes your bespoke jewellery unique?

I believe what makes bespoke jewellery truly unique is that it’s crafted according to your specific desires and preferences. Each piece I create is one-of-a-kind, reflecting your individual style and taste.

What materials are used in crafting bespoke jewellery?

I primarily use platinum, white gold, and silver to create exquisite bespoke jewellery. These high-quality materials serve as the foundation for crafting unique pieces.

What sets your jewellery apart from others?

What sets my jewellery apart is the combination of traditional craftsmanship and modern technology. I begin by creating a complete 3D model based on your desires. This model is adjusted to ensure every detail meets your specifications, resulting in a truly personalised piece.

What types of jewellery do you specialise in?

I specialise in a wide range of jewellery, including engagement rings, wedding bands, pendants, and dress rings. My expertise covers various styles and designs.

What experience and qualifications do you have as a goldsmith?

I started my journey in jewellery crafting at sixteen, learning the art within my family’s shop. I have formal training from the Crafts Council of Ireland and an apprenticeship with Master Goldsmith Gerald Heinrich. I am also a qualified diamond grader and have experience working with renowned designer Rudolph Heltzel.

How can clients get in touch for jewellery advice or custom pieces?

You can reach out to me by phone at 058 48442 or 087 792 2215 or by emailing me at My team and I are ready to assist with your requests.