"Beautifully crafted, with fine attention to detail, reflecting the simplicity and delicacy of nature’s gifts"
Clare Wassermann, Wolverhampton, customer
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Grab a bargain (and do some Christmas shopping early) with special prices on many lines just for the weekend of the Super Seconds Festival 2023, 7th-8th October 2023*!
Keep an eye on the website for the occasional drop of special pieces through the weekend. Exciting!
- All work is perfect A-grade stock unless otherwise specified in the listing
- FREE UK-mainland standard shipping
- Jewellery is sent gift-boxed
- Orders are dispatched within 7 working days from our Shropshire studio, but remember to add shipping time on top - see Delivery Information
- Perfect gifts, ideal for Christmas
- Or treat yourself to gorgeous evergreen jewellery at huge discounts!
Hurry - quantities are strictly limited!
*Offers run until sold out or until 6pm BST on Sunday 8th October 2023 (whichever is soonest)
09 Apr, 2021
Want to see a bit of the skill and work that goes into crafting handmade jewellery? Yay, tune in to BBC Two at 8pm on Tuesday 13 April 2021 for ‘All That Glitters’, and you can!
Filmed down the road from my studio in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, and featuring fellow Sisterhood of British Jewellers member, Tamara Gomez, it’ll be a nail-biting experience!
11 Sep, 2018
Time to get technical - is it carat, karat? Both words are pronounced in the same way, and have a common linguistic root, but have very different meanings. Confusing the two when making or buying jewellery can be an embarrassing (not to mention expensive) mistake.
It’s now internationally recognised that a carat weighs 200mg. A carat is a unit of weight, so a one-carat stone that consists of a heavier (more dense) gemstone will be smaller than one carat of a lighter gemstone, so a one carat sapphire will be smaller than a one carat diamond (diamonds are lighter).