Megan Webb Jeweller is a Melbourne manufacturing jewellery studio run by Megan Webb and Jenna Steele who, between them, have over thirty years of experience hand making fine jewellery. Custom designed and handmade in Melbourne, each piece can be personalised to suit your needs and budget. Where possible, we use antique and recycled diamonds, conflict free Australian and Canadian diamonds, ethically sourced gemstones and pearls and recycled gold, silver, platinum, and palladium.

We specialise in commitment jewellery including engagement and eternity rings as well as women’s and men’s wedding rings and bridal jewellery. One of a kind personalised jewellery including earrings, necklaces, diamond and coloured gemstone rings and men’s jewellery can be designed and crafted to any specifications.

For more information please call or email to arrange an appointment:

Phone: 0493 037 789


Studio: 410/37 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia.

By appointment only.

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six claw solitaire and diamond set wedding ring
halo engagement ring and scalloped wedding ring
princess cut solitaire and faceted wedding ring
sapphire and diamond engagement and wedding set

Our Mission

The jewellery industry is one that relies on exploiting the natural resources of our earth. After training and working as jewellers for over a decade it became increasingly important to us to adopt practices that have as little environmental and humanitarian effect as possible. With our experience we are committed to adhering to such principles in all aspects of our work without sacrificing the quality that clients rightfully expect from a bespoke handcrafted piece.

Starting Megan Webb Jeweller allowed us to put our passion for sustainability into practice at the forefront of what we do, whilst still using only top quality materials . It has been a long journey to reach this point and there is always more to be learnt, but it is our sincere hope that with the ever increasing demand, ‘green’ credentials in jewellery will only become more commonplace and easier to achieve.

the jeweller at work



Each item we create is custom designed and hand crafted to our clients specifications and nothing is mass produced. We understand that our clients like to know what to expect before commissioning a piece to be made and so below is some basic information about our process.

With few exceptions everything is handmade in our Melbourne studio. During the initial consultation we will discuss your ideas and requirements. From there we will work together to source the materials and develop the design. Then manufacture can begin! You will be involved in every step of the process from start to finish.

parti sapphire and rose cut diamond engagement ring
teal sapphire and australian diamond palladium engagement ring


From initial consultation to completion usually takes 4-12 weeks. This includes working with you to finalise the design, making any necessary adjustments and sourcing the right materials to make sure you are completely happy with the outcome.

hand engraved palladium wedding rings
channel set wedding ring and platinum wedding ring with rose gold inner sleeve


Whilst it isn't possible to give an exact quote without knowing the details of your project we are always happy to discuss what can be done within your budget.

Initial consultations are free. If you do wish to proceed and have designs drawn up to scale there will be a $300 design fee that is deducted from the cost of your piece if and when the quote is accepted.

green sapphire and australian diamond engagement ring
antique diamond and sapphire dress ring


Environmental Impact

There are of course many stages in the process where it is important to minimise waste and ensure best practices, but here are some of the direct ways in which we go about reducing our impact.

australian diamond wedding engagement and eternity set
canadian diamond wedding engagement and eternity set

Antique Diamonds

These stones have been mined and cut by hand many years ago and re-introduced into the supply chain. Because they are cut by hand each and every one is completely unique.

antique diamond solitaire with wrapped shoulders
antique diamond bezel set solitaire
three stone antique diamond claw set engagement ring
three stone antique diamond bezel set engagement ring

Recycled Diamonds

These stones are modern cut stones that have been previously set in jewellery and re-introduced to the supply chain. Every recycled (including antique) diamond helps to reduce the demand for future mining ventures.

marquise cut recycled diamond and australian sapphire engagement ring
princess cut recycled diamond solitaire

Certified Origin Diamonds

These are Australian and Canadian Diamonds with certificates of origin, ensuring that they are conflict-free.

White diamonds are the most readily available with champagne, cognac, yellow, pink, blue and purple available in limited quantities of Australian certified stock.

australian champagne diamond halo engagement ring
australian diamond four claw solitaire


We are constantly working with suppliers and communities to find gems that are sustainably and ethically sourced and cut.

Australian Sapphires

One of our great passions is working with Australian sapphires that have been sourced in small scale mining operations and cut by independent, local gem cutters. Sapphire is the hardest naturally occurring gemstone after diamond so is perfect for everyday pieces. Australia is famous for its rich blues and greens but it can also be found in yellows, pinks and more.

Lab Grown

Lab grown diamonds are practically indistinguishable from natural diamonds so are a great conflict free option. Moissanite is a naturally occurring gemstone and with evolving technology the modern lab grown specimens are incredibly bright, durable and economical, a perfect diamond substitute.

six claw moissanite solitaire engagement ring
antique cut moissanite three stone engagement ring


Wherever possible the metal used in our jewellery is 100% recycled Sterling Silver, Palladium, Platinum or Gold.

Making just one ring from new metal can result in up to five tons of environmental waste, and so we work closely with our suppliers to ensure that we use no virgin metal and to minimise our effect on the environment.

The recycled metals we use are reclaimed from a combination of existing jewellery, silverware, coins and precious metal scrap.

rose gold scroll band and yellow gold wedding rings
palladium and yellow gold faceted wedding rings
rose gold and white gold wedding rings with coarse brush finish
white gold and yellow gold wedding rings with hammer finish

Recycling your old jewellery

It is not always possible to re-use your metal and stones but we are always happy for you to bring in any old pieces of jewellery for assessment.

Not all metal is suitable for melting and re-working. The best guide for knowing if it's suitable is to have the piece laser tested. This lets us know exactly what the alloy is made up of and we can assess suitability. We don’t do the laser testing on site but can arrange to have it done on your behalf or for you to do it in person.

Depending on the chosen design up to two times the weight of the finished piece is required to allow for wastage during manufacture. If you are hoping to re-use your metal we can work to create a design that best utilises the weight you are providing or it may be possible to supplement it with a small amount of fresh, 100% recycled alloy from our stock.

In some cases it may also be possible to directly reuse precious stones, though diamonds are most suitable as other stones often prove too delicate.

All this and other requirements can be discussed in detail at the consultation and design stages.

The Reason Our White Gold Isn’t Rhodium Plated

Rhodium plating is a process traditionally used on White Gold jewellery, whereby it is electroplated with a very fine layer of a pure, white metal, Rhodium. This masks the surface and creates the appearance of a brighter white, closer to that of Platinum or Palladium. To maintain this finish re-plating is usually needed every 12-24 months. Unfortunately, Rhodium mining and extraction techniques have a detrimental effect on the environment, as do the harmful chemicals used in the electroplating process.

Here at Megan Webb Jeweller we have made the conscious decision not to plate any of our White Gold jewellery. We use 14K and 18K White Gold and Palladium alloys, the whitest alloys available that do not contain nickel. This not only avoids the harmful environmental impact of Rhodium plating, but also allows more of the natural colour of the gold to shine through.

white gold solitaire with diamond set shoulders
white gold sapphire and diamond halo engagement ring
white gold wedding rings with carved patterns
white gold wedding rings with hammer finish


As we are a small operation that handles most processes in house there is sometimes a waitlist for initial consultations. Please send us your enquiry and we will be in touch as soon as possible to arrange an appointment.

or use the contact form below

Phone: 0493 037 789

Studio: 410/37 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia.

Consultations are by appointment only. For an initial meeting please allow an hour for us to ensure we have all the necessary information, and to discuss any design queries you may have.

Appointments are available between 10am-6pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and between 11am-3pm on alternating Saturdays (please enquire for upcoming dates) in our Swanston St studio.