Heirloom jewellery

Heirloom jewellery

Recently I have been moved by a series of visits involving three generations of the one family. We have been planning a special item of jewellery for each member that serves to preserve the memory of recently departed loved ones. In other cases we have restored treasured jewellery items so that they may be passed on and valued by future generations.

These family occasions are filled with love. The giver has come to see us because they wish to create something special that will provide lasting memories – for this generation and the next.

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