Do we have an example of new, custom goblin-made items?
Yes. Chapter 20 of Order of the Phoenix mentions a goblin-made helmet given as a gift from Dumbledore to the Gurg of the Giants:
... "an' the followin' mornin' we went back an' this time we found Karkus sittin' up waitin' fer us lookin' all eager."
"And you talked to him?"
"Oh yeah. Firs' we presented him with a nice battle helmet - goblin made an' indestructible, yeh know - an' then we sat down an' we talked."
Unless Dumbledore just happened to have inherited a goblin-made helmet, sized for a giant, this was presumably a new commission.
There is also this quote from Deathly Hallows, indicating that the goblins still possess unique skills in metal-crafting:
"Well, goblins can do magic without wands," said Ron.
"That is immaterial! Wizards refuse to share the secrets of wandlore with other magical beings, they deny us the possibility of extending our powers!"
"Well, goblins won't share any of their magic, either," said Ron. "You won't tell us how to make swords and armour the way you do. Goblins know how to work metal in a way wizards have never -"
"It doesn't matter," said Harry, noting Griphook's rising colour.
That doesn't necessarily mean that you could commission another Sword of Gryffindor, of course; as Valorum pointed out in the comments, Older Is Better, but the goblins certainly still have at least some secrets.